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Thursday, August 25 2016 @ 04:11 PM AST


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Barbados opens new desal plant to add 700k-800k gallons of water per day: Advocate

THE first of two containerised desalination plants, expected to pump an additional 700,000 to 800,000 gallons of water into the distribution system daily, has officially been commissioned, the Barbados Advocate reported today.

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Bermuda invites bids from solar energy companies to build 6 MW plant

On August 17th 2016 the Government issued an open call to pre-qualify companies seeking to participate in the tender process to build a 6 Megawatt (MW) AC solar power photo voltaic (PV) plant on the Government-owned peninsula known as the “Finger”, which is adjacent to the L.F. Wade International Airport.

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Mexico offers St Lucia 20 scholarships

The Government of Mexico has published the 2017 Call for Scholarships for students who are interested in studying for a specialization, Masters or Doctorate degree, or conducting graduate or postgraduate research.

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US Virgin Islands auctions used vehicles from as low as US$500

The Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority will be selling vehicles in an “AS IS” condition on St. Thomas, USVI on Wednesday, August 31, 2016, at the Randolph Harley Power Plant Upper Entrance (across from the large green water tank)

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China donates US$17,500 for repairs on home for the aged in Barbados

by Deirdre Gittens, Barbados Government Information Service, Aug. 22, 2016