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A global renewable energy company has arrived in The Bahamas to cement a local partnership for the wide distribution of green products. Apricus Inc., with offices in Australia, China, the United States, the United Kingdom, Jordan and eastern Europe, will meet with Renewable Energy Technologies Limited in the capital over the coming days.
Customers worried that they may be spending too much on electricity can get a free evaluation from the Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC).
Engineers will review appliances and consumption history and tell you whether they are operating efficiently or should be replaced. Consumers will not be forced to take the advice and the wervice is free regardless of the assessment made.
Mr. Speaker, this is the 33rd Budget Exercise in which I will have participated in this Parliament as an MP; the 14th as the Prime Minister and the 6th as Minister of Finance. Such extensive experience in this country’s fiscal affairs has enabled me to observe the many ebbs and flows of economic life in The Bahamas and the attempts by successive Ministers of Finance to grapple with them. I have learned many profound lessons and made a number of keen observations, none more so than these:
Earl Deveaux, the Minister of the Environment, said Bahamians "need to take matters into their own hands" when it comes to alternative power solutions to reduce costs and ensure a more stable supply. There has been "a great deal of talk" on the need for other forms of energy, he added, but very (little) initiative from the general population.