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Antigua & Barbuda Gets Help From Japan to Fight Seaweed

  Antigua and Barbuda’s annual fight to control the invasive sargassum seaweed has received a shot in the arm from the government of Japan.   The Japanese government is providing financing for the purchase of equipment to tackle the seaweed.   During the virtual signing ceremony, Prime Minister Browne pointed...

Cayman: Home energy efficiency competition launches today

The Ministry of Commerce, Planning and Infrastructure, in partnership with the Caribbean Utilities Company, Ltd. (CUC) is launching a Home Energy Efficiency Competition with prizes valued up to CI $35,000.   The Ministry of Commerce, Planning and Infrastructure is committed to creating an energy efficient future for the Cayman Islands and...

Explore Marine Renewable Energy Development – CDB Urges Caribbean

Last Updated Nov 10, 2018    Monica La Bennett, Vice-President (Operations) at the CDB delivering the keynote address at the Blue Economy Caribbean event, held in Miami on November 6, 2020.   (Caribbean Development Bank Press Release)– The Caribbean could transform its energy sector and diversify economic activity by exploring marine...

New Technologies in the Ocean Energy Sector

by European Commission Joint Research Centre Ocean energy technologies. Credit: EU, 2018 While the ocean energy sector is still at an early stage of development, a new report analyses ten future emerging technologies to generate energy from the ocean tides and waves.   An integrated systems approach is necessary for their...

Ocean Current Energy, An Untapped Resource

  According to the Ocean Energy Council, “ocean [or marine] currents are one of the largest untapped renewable energy resource on the planet. Preliminary surveys show a global potential of over 450,000 MW, representing a market of more than US$550 billion”.   Energy derived from the world’s oceans is found in...