Government Faces Challenge In Planting Wind Turbines

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The Government of Antigua & Barbuda has learned of the delays which have prevented the planting of a wind turbine that is intended to generate nearly 3 megawatts of green electricity.

The primary challenge is to construct these new renewable-energy-plants in remote areas, far from homes and other human dwellings.

It is the initiative of Gaston Browne administration to switch to renewable energy, as the alternative to fossil-fuel plants that have been purchased historically by APUA.

There is also a plan to make government buildings more resilient. Sixty government buildings: schools, hospitals, clinics, and Office buildings are to be identified for upgrades to renewable energy.

More than $30 million dollars will be contributed; however, a co-financing demand on Government of $12 to $14 million dollars will also be required.

The Government is giving thought to the provisions.

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  1. Time to stop talking and get to work. These things have been constructed in the hundreds of thousands all over the world, saving consumers millions of dollars. Get to work. No more delays.

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