Gas outage under scrutiny

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In light of the recent natural gas disruption which affected a number of businesses along the south and west coasts, Minister of Energy and Water Resources Wilfred Abrahams says officials are carrying out investigations to know what emergency measures can be put in place should there be a recurrence. The […]

Gas outage under scrutiny

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In light of the recent natural gas disruption which affected a number of businesses along the south and west coasts, Minister of Energy and Water Resources Wilfred Abrahams says officials are carrying out investigations to know what emergency measures can be put in place should there be a recurrence. The […]

New electricity project to bring savings

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The Barbados Light & Power Company Ltd (BL&P) is promising major savings to residents and the country in coming years as it embarks on the installation of 33 megawatts (MW) of new generating capacity. During a groundbreaking ceremony at the company’s Trents, St Lucy Energy Gateway site on Friday, Managing […]

New electricity project to bring savings

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The Barbados Light & Power Company Ltd (BL&P) is promising major savings to residents and the country in coming years as it embarks on the installation of 33 megawatts (MW) of new generating capacity. During a groundbreaking ceremony at the company’s Trents, St Lucy Energy Gateway site on Friday, Managing […]

BWA mulls more desal water

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Stiffer penalties for water wastage are likely as the country’s lone water company attempts to respond to the impending threat of drought, its General Manager Keithroy Halliday has  revealed. Simultaneously, the Barbados Water Authority’s (BWA) Water Quality Specialist Alex Ifill admits that the region’s troubling climate has left authorities with […]

BWA mulls more desal water

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Stiffer penalties for water wastage are likely as the country’s lone water company attempts to respond to the impending threat of drought, its General Manager Keithroy Halliday has  revealed. Simultaneously, the Barbados Water Authority’s (BWA) Water Quality Specialist Alex Ifill admits that the region’s troubling climate has left authorities with […]

BES: Where’s the growth going to come from?

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Describing the Central Bank’s growth prediction for the economy as “a bit optimistic”, President of the Barbados Economic Society (BES) Simon Naitram today questioned what avenues are being created to ensure more sustainable long-term growth. He told Barbados TODAY given the low levels of public sector investments, the high dependency […]

BES: Where’s the growth going to come from?

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Describing the Central Bank’s growth prediction for the economy as “a bit optimistic”, President of the Barbados Economic Society (BES) Simon Naitram today questioned what avenues are being created to ensure more sustainable long-term growth. He told Barbados TODAY given the low levels of public sector investments, the high dependency […]

Dry spell ‘to drag on, effects to worsen’

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After enduring the driest year in over half a century, Barbadians are being warned to brace for more drought-like conditions and the increased threat of heatwaves throughout 2020, according to local experts. So serious is the threat, that leading meteorologist at the Barbados Meteorological Service, Sabu Best admitted that if […]

Dry spell ‘to drag on, effects to worsen’

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After enduring the driest year in over half a century, Barbadians are being warned to brace for more drought-like conditions and the increased threat of heatwaves throughout 2020, according to local experts. So serious is the threat, that leading meteorologist at the Barbados Meteorological Service, Sabu Best admitted that if […]