Trinidad and Tobago's Evolving Energy Policy

Greaves, Reay
June 2011
Contact Magazine;2011, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p7
The article focuses on the evolution of the energy policy in Trinidad and Tobago. It discusses the need for the country to explore alternative energy sources to address the increase in demand of renewable energy globally. It also offers information on the energy policy proposed by the nation's government to attain clean energy production and energy efficiency in order to maintain sustainable development goals.


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