McClintock calls for Caribbean unity on energy

Marino, John
December 2009
Caribbean Business;12/10/2009, Vol. 37 Issue 49, p28
The article reports on the statement of Puerto Rico Secretary of State Kenneth McClintock urging regional leaders to unite and make the Caribbean the world's first energy region. McClintock said that the Caribbean should use its natural resources in generating renewable energy that can be used by all the region's nations. It states that Puerto Rico is exploring proposals to interconnect its electricity grid with neighboring nations and import hydroelectric, coal-generated and geothermal power.


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