Monday, November 17, 2014

Guyana Bets on Hydropower to Boost Economy

The government of Guyana plans the construction of a hydroelectric plant in Amaila Falls as part of a push to harness the country’s up to 7,000 MW in hydro-power potential, Prime Minister Samuel Hinds said on Monday to mark the start of the Caribbean Community’s annual Energy Week. Hinds said in a statement that Amaila Falls project is in line with the low-carbon development strategy pioneered in 2010 by then-President Bharrat Jagdeo.

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