Event: Trinidad and Tobago Energy Conference 2018

Energy

The 2018 Trinidad and Tobago Energy Conference concluded yesterday (January 24) in Port of Spain.

A leading Shell executive said that too much energy is wasted in T&T, and more consideration needs to be given to energy efficiency and use of renewable sources.

In his feature address, Trinidad and Tobago Minister of Public Utilities, Senator the Hon. Robert Le Hunte, outlined plans for reducing the country’s greenhouse gas emissions and transitioning to sustainable energy.

Mr Jehu Wiltshire of Barbados spoke about that country’s national energy policy, and prospects for development of its oil and gas sector.

Find out more at the conference website.

 

[Image via: ttenergyconference.org]

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