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July 13, 2018
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Collaboration Between Government and Utility Increases Renewable Energy in St. Lucia

St. Lucia Electricity Services (LUCELEC) and the Government of St. Lucia have partnered to increase renewable energy generation and build the nation’s first utility-scale 3 megawatt (MW) solar plant. READ MORE

June 19, 2018
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Addressing the Challenges and Options for Renewable Energy

Grenlec has worked diligently to diversify our nation’s energy portfolio and provide reliable, high-quality electricity service.  Developing and increasing renewable energy generation is part of Grenlec’s strategic plan to help stabilize electricity prices, reduce fuel imports, and support economic development…READ MORE

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May 17, 2018
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Timeline of Grenlec’s Renewable and Alternative Energy Initiatives in Grenada

For over two decades, Grenlec has advanced renewable energy in Grenada. Grenlec’s Customer Renewable Energy Interconnection Programme and multi-site projects represent an innovative approach to increasing solar energy generation…READ MORE

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May 14, 2018
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WRB Energy Expands Staff to Serve Latin America Renewable Energy Market

WRB Energy, a leading renewable energy developer, today announced the appointment of two new staff members charged with expanding the development of clean energy in the Latin American market: Mr. Trevor Udwin as Vice President of Renewable Energy and Mr. Paul Lopez as Senior Accountant.

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April 19, 2018
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Celebrating 10 Years of Grenlec’s Customer Renewable Energy Interconnection Programme

Grenlec voluntarily started its Customer Renewable Energy Interconnection Programme to expand renewable energy generation and provide opportunities for customers who want to install renewable energy systems. Launched in 2007 and the first of its kind in the English-speaking Caribbean, the Customer Renewable Energy Interconnection Programme now includes 117 customer-owned renewable energy sites with an aggregate installed capacity of 1.23 MWp.
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April 9, 2018
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WRB Energy’s Content Solar in Jamaica: Resiliency by Design

In 2017, catastrophic weather events, including Hurricanes Irma and Maria, devastated electric systems throughout the U.S. Puerto Rico, and the Caribbean. In Jamaica, unprecedented torrential rainfall, massive flooding, and landslides battered Jamaica’ s Montego Bay area, severely impacting 10 of the country’s 14 parishes, with Clarendon hit the worst. Clarendon is the site of Content Solar, Jamaica’s first utility-scale solar PV plant. However, the renewable energy site, developed by renewable energy veteran WRB Energy, was unaffected by the severe weather conditions that inundated the greater May Pen area with 17 feet of flood water and severely damaged bridges, roads and communities over a four-day period in May 2017.
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March 26, 2018
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Grenlec: Advancing Technology to Reduce Costs, Improve Efficiency

Innovations Transforming the Future At Grenlec, we’re continuously improving systems and advancing new technologies to help maximise efficiency and reduce electricity costs. Over the last 24 years, Grenada’s electricity system has been modernised to world-class standards, providing always-on reliability and 24/7 customer care. With the latest technologies, tools and expertise, we’ll continue to pursue new ways to serve our customers.

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March 6, 2018
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Grenlec: 10 Years of Renewable Energy Progress

Working Together to Create a Sustainable Future

Over the last decade, Grenlec has invested significantly in renewable energy installations and programmes to help reduce our dependence on fuel imports and stabilise electricity prices.

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March 2, 2018
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Grenlec’s 2017 Year in Review

Grenlec contributes to advancing renewable energy; promoting energy efficiency; supporting education, sports, health and safety in the community; and assisting with disaster relief efforts.

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