Sustainable Energy Plan for a Small Island Economy: St. Vincent & the Grenadines
Date of Award
Undergraduate Capstone Project
Master of Applied Science
University College, Environmental Policy and Management
Environmental Policy & Mgmt
Economy, Electricity, Fossil fuels, Geothermal power, Hydropower, Solar hot water heaters, Solar power, Sustainable energy, Wind power
This paper defines a sustainable energy plan to provide the basis for renewable energy initiatives that will increase energy security, reduce negative economic impacts and provide a cleaner environment. The hotel, agriculture, transportation, construction, utility, government and private sectors will play pivotal roles in achieving targets and will see significant gains. Government policies, educational campaigns and financial incentives will be required to facilitate and encourage renewable energy development and entrepreneurship. Utilization of solar energy, energy conservation measures and the use of efficient and alternative fuel vehicles by the commercial/industrial and private sectors will be crucial in meeting targets. The utility company will be charged with developing large scale renewable energy applications and with improving efficiency of the electrical system.
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Da Breo, Marissa, "Sustainable Energy Plan for a Small Island Economy: St. Vincent & the Grenadines" (2008). University College: Environmental Policy and Management Capstones. 225.