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Choking on Rising Fuel Costs for Electricity, Barbados Launches Multiple Source-Multiple Use Renewable Energy Plan

Rising fossil fuel prices are driving up the cost of electricity in Barbados, the latest Caribbean country to embark on a path towards greater use of renewable energy and a more environmentally, economically and socially sustainable economy. No related posts.
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