Caribbean island state of St. Lucia is planning the establishment of a National Utilities Regulatory Commission that will be responsible for setting tariffs and help foster investments in the ambitious renewable energy plans of the country.
Caribbean island state of St. Lucia is looking to intensify its renewable energy development through a more ambitious target of 35 percent of renewables by 2020, instead of previously targeted 20 percent.
The Caribbean island state of St. Lucia is exploring the possibility of geothermal development at the west coast of the Island in Soufriere. It plans to do some investigation and then exploratory drilling to quantify the potential allowing then more serious discussions with potential developers.
ThinkGeoEnergy publishes its Top 10 Trends for the Global Geothermal Energy Industry in 2014, being carefully optimistic for the industry to grow and an increased interest for geothermal particularly on direct use.
ThinkGeoEnergy’s Annual Geothermal Event Survey 2014 aims to establish what have been popular and successful events in 2013 and why. At the same time we want to determine what are key elements that have made events successful and popular for the sector.
The WGC2015 Committee invites submission of abstracts for the Technical Program of the 2015 World Geothermal Congress on April 19-25, 2015 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, Australia.
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