Renewable Energy


Caribbean Biomass Initiative

BACKGROUND Dr. Tawainga Katsvairo, Caribbean Initiative Director The 23 Caribbean island countries with their 42 million inhabitants share a common history of colonization and agriculture that has shaped their economic, social and cultural development. The rise and fall of the sugar cane industry has been one of the most significant...

Wind Power

In an era where the use of fossil fuels has been proven to be harmful to the environment (and humans in general) alternative sources of energy and electricity are sought. One of the obvious sources is the wind to produce wind power. Wind power means using the wind – harnessed by...

Biomass

Biomass is currently one of the latest sources of renewable energy. Together with solar energy and wind power it makes a convincing argument for not using fossil fuels anymore and rather reverting to natural processes to obtain the energy / power that we need. Biomass consists of plant matter that is...

GRENLEC Awarded Best Distributed Generation Project

Grenlec was awarded the “Best Distributed Generation Project” award for its recent multi-site solar photovoltaic installations in Grenada. The award was one of seven new Caribbean Renewable Energy Forum (CREF) Project Awards that recognise excellence in project execution in the Caribbean. CREF is the premier renewable energy conference of the...