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The Charles Memorial Home is the most recent of six care institutions to benefit from a renewable energy gift from Grenlec. The 32-panel, 10 kW rooftop Solar Photovoltaic (Solar PV) system, which was handed over to the Charles Memorial Home will help offset the institution’s electricity costs. Thanking Grenlec for the project, Kester Cyrus, Chairman
Grenada. As our nation transitions to greater use of renewable energy to decrease our dependence on fuel imports, stabilise costs, and reduce our carbon footprint, it’s important to know the facts. Myth Fact 1. Renewable energy costs less than fossil fuels. Renewable energy is becoming more cost-competitive with fossil fuels because of advancements in
St. Lucia Electricity Services Limited (LUCELEC) commissions 3 MW Solar Farm in La Tourney, View Fort, April 2018--the first utility-scale solar plant in St. Lucia. Photo source: St. Lucia Times 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
For over two decades, Grenlec has worked 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 stabilise electricity prices, reduce fossil fuel imports, and support economic development. Learning from Germany and other countries, where rapid renewable energy development
Grenlec is committed to diversifying Grenada’s energy portfolio while providing safe, reliable, high quality, affordable electric service for everyone. Through a thoughtful, prudent approach, our goal is to stabilise electricity prices in the short-term, and potentially lower prices in the future. The chart below describes and reviews some of the current renewable energy options we
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 while overcoming the challenge of securing suitable, readily available land. Our plans for substantial increases in new solar and wind plants remain stalled by the regulatory
Celebrating 10 Years of Grenlecâ€™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