Trinidad and Tobago reveals plan to promote alternative energy

December 2008
Energy Caribbean;2008, Issue 40, p22
The article reports on the plan of promoting alternative energy in Trinidad and Tobago. Geologist prime minister, Patrick Manning, has remarked on the exploration of companies over the commitment for developing alternative and renewable sources of energy in the country. It also highlights the ongoing attempts of pursuing renewable energy initiatives in Trinidad and Tobago, which include the solar water-heating project and the photovoltaics programme.


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