Renewable Energy

OUR Respond to XenogyRE on 37 MW Project Selection

May 25, 2016 Mr. Courtney Powell Founder & Chief in Editor XenogyRE Renewable Energy Blog Please see O.U.R.’s responses to your correspondence requesting clarification: 1. On the 27th of January 2016 the OUR reported to have received a total of 17 bids in a media release titled: "OUR GETS 17 RENEWABLE ENERGY BIDS". However, in… Continue reading OUR Respond to XenogyRE on 37 MW Project Selection

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Economics, Renewable Energy

Distributed RE Integration Policies in the Caribbean

The high cost of electricity in the small islands of the Caribbean has drive the various governments to take a serious look at incorporating various forms of renewable energy source into their country's energy mix. As a result electricity markets across the region have seen the introduction of grid interconnection policies, allowing end users with… Continue reading Distributed RE Integration Policies in the Caribbean

Economics

Renewable Power is Cost Competitive

The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) in its REmap 2030 report highlighted that "renewable technologies are now the most economic solution for new capacity in an increasing number of countries and regions." This was attributed to the declining cost to deliver electricity from solar photovoltaics (PV), concentrated solar power (CSP) and wind, meanwhile hydropower, biomass… Continue reading Renewable Power is Cost Competitive

Solar Energy

Jamaica’s Solar Potential for PV Application

The Worldwatch Institute in its recently published "Jamaica Sustainable Energy Roadmap - Pathways to an Affordable, Reliable, Low-Emission Electricity System" revealed that Jamaica has a tremendous solar potential with global horizontal irradiance(or GHI) ranging from 5 to 7 kWh per square meter per day (kWh/m2/day) throughout most of the country. According to the Institute some parts of Jamaica have an… Continue reading Jamaica’s Solar Potential for PV Application

Solar Energy

Jamaica’s RE data now online

The Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica (PCJ) makes yet another momentous contribution to the development of RE (Renewable Energy) in Jamaica. PCJ officially announced, on February 3, 2013, that it will make available to interested parties an extensive range of RE data via its website (www.pcj.com). The data includes scientific and analytical information on Jamaica’s renewable… Continue reading Jamaica’s RE data now online