Tag - solar energy

OFF GRID wind and solar installation and cost

Hi #TeamKB, in this article Kimroy Bailey Renewables will show you five simple steps to install your own off-grid system. This will take you a step closer to stop paying monthly energy bills. An off-grid system powers your home without the grid using wind or solar system. KB Renewables will include the major materials needed. This article will discuss the cost of a basic wind / solar system. Most renewable energy companies may NOT want you to install a...

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Green, Renewable Buildings

With the economical conditions that we as Jamaicans face on a daily basis, it’s always good to find ways to save. It’s not as hard as it seems, we can save financially and also protect/save our environment by living green (environmentally friendly). Green Building; (also known as green construction or sustainable building) refers to a structure and using process that is environmentally responsible and resource-efficient throughout a building's life-cycle: from sitting to design, construction, operation, maintenance, renovation, and demolition. According...

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Islandwide Blackout! 100% Renewable is Reliable

On Saturday March 30 over 90% of the  600,000 customers of the Jamaica Public Service Company endured several hours without electrical energy, while Mr. Renewable enjoyed every bit of power from his solar panels and wind turbine in the overcast Saturday afternoon. The day was expected to be bustling with activities as yesterday, Good Friday, was a national holiday. Shoppers nationwide would be using today to prepare for the extended weekend with  bun and cheese and all other essentials. Jamaica...

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5 Tips to reduce your monthly energy bill by 20%

Tweet This post will present a practical solution to Jamaica’s energy crisis and require that Jamaicans stop pointing fingers and play their part, since plans for a 360MW Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Project failed to materialize. The LNG project was expected to reduce the cost of electricity by up to 40% and scheduled to be completed by 2015. The recent turn in the LNG development will give the island a brief window to sit and strategically plan a sustainable way...

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