For the first time in 10 years, Jamaicans are paying less than US 20 cents per kWh for electricity. This, as the fuel charge on electricity bills decreases again this month, resulting in an average 7% reduction in April bills, compared to March. This month, Residential customers are paying on average US 19 cents per… Continue reading WattsOn: Electricity prices in Jamaica plummet below US20 cents per kwh
A lot, apparently. This is especially true when it comes to how efficiently we use electricity in Trinidad and Tobago, and by extension, our natural resources, since virtually all the electricity we use is generated from natural gas. In Trinidad and Tobago, the average price of electricity is a mere US$ 0.06 per kilowatt hour… Continue reading What’s price got to do with it?
How much energy is required to power a 100-watt light bulb for a year, if left on 24 hours a day? GOOD in conjunction with Column Five developed a very creative infographic that answers this question, whilst providing a comparative analysis of different sources of electric energy - coal, nuclear, natural gas, wind, solar and… Continue reading keeping the lights on….