The Government is set to begin distribution of 270,000 energy efficient lightbulbs to low income families throughout the Bahamas, as part of a $500,000 project to boost energy conservation and sustainability in this nation. The program is being jointly funded by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the Global Environment Facility (GEF).
Astrid Wynter, the IDB's representative in the Bahamas, said part of the grant will go towards public education on energy conservation and efficiency, which will benefit all Bahamians - not just those who receive the bulbs.
The Government has selected bulb recipients by analysing Bahamas E ...
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