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Three major plans are in the pipeline for Antigua and Barbuda as the country continues to lead the charge in the fight against soaring electricity bills, climate change, global warming and greenhouse gases.
While addressing a recent media session at the Environment Department, Minister of the Environment Molwyn Joseph announced that within the next 15 years, there will be a new standard for the importation of motor vehicles and appliance, a national waste energy plant as well as a renewable energy grid.
“By 2030, we aim to establish efficiency standards for the importation of all appliances and vehicles, by 2020, with international assistance, we aim to finalise technical studies with the intention to construct and operate a waste…
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