Tag - wind turbines

Highway wind turbine streetlights

Wind Turbine Powered Highway lights, concept by TAK Studio   #TeamKB, Here's a super cool innovation and another reason to #KeepBelieving in the future of renewable technology. A creative concept of a 'wind-turbine highway lights' powered by the rush of air created by cars and trucks speeding past. Eco-design firm TAK was responsible for...

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HOT102Fm Interview with Prime Minister Awardees

On Tuesday  April 2, 2012, I was invited to join a distinguished panel of Prime Minister's Youth Awardees to discuss nation building and how young individuals can contribute to the holistic development of our country in the studios of Hot102FM. Myself along with  fellow Prime Minister's Youth awardees Timar Jackson,...

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Funding an Offshore Wind Farm

The funds from the recently failed LNG project which was expected to cost over US$602 million could be channeled to an offshore wind farm capable of lowering Jamaica's monthly energy bills permanently unlike the failed LNG project which was subjected to imported natural gas. In order to ensure that...

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Put the Wind to Work

“Fiya deh a muss-muss tail, ‘im tink a cool breeze” Growing up in the uplands of Trelawny, Jamaica, I have been immersed in a daily dosage of Jamaican proverbs which are considered the second language of the area; this by far is one of my favorite. Many share the...

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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...

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Clean Getaway at Jamaica Motor Car Show

This Post was copied from the Jamaica Observer, Friday January 25, 2012. The original article can be found by clicking here. Tweet IT wasn’t all about cars at the 2013 Jamaica Motor Show held at Police Officers’ Club on Hope Road, St Andrew, on Saturday.  Kimroy Bailey, 23-yearold electrical engineer, used the...

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