Latest News for: Aruba electric


The Hydrogen Stream: North African hydrogen development stokes concerns

PV Magazine 01 Sep 2023
Acciona Energía has secured an agreement in Aruba to develop a green hydrogen valley in the Caribbean nation. The renewable electricity will be used to produce green hydrogen, and the excess output ...

An Aruba connection: JaxPort signs pact with island recovering from pandemic

The Florida Times Union 29 Mar 2023
"Aruba is in recuperation after the pandemic," Aruba Prime Minister Evelyn Wever-Croes said ... Eagle LNG signed a 20-year agreement with Utilities Aruba NV which is moving away from heavy fuels such as oil for its electric generating plants.

VST ECS president/CEO Go: Harness power of technology so that no one will be left behind

Manila Standard 22 Nov 2022
... are Trend Micro, Cisco, Huawei, Oracle Philippines, Adobe, IBM, HPE, Microsoft Philippines, VMware, Fortinet, Dell Technologies, Yugabyte, Aruba, APC by Schneider Electric and Lenovo among others.

MOU inked to lower travel cost in Dutch Caribbean

The Daily Herald 15 Nov 2022
These concerns have prompted DCCA to introduce and launch the first electric flight in the Caribbean in Aruba on November 6, as the organisation looks towards sustainable alternatives to travel that also contribute to lowering the carbon footprint.

PJIA participates in Dutch Caribbean brainstorm about the future of aviation 

The Daily Herald 03 Nov 2022
  “We are honoured to be able to host this event in Aruba and are more than proud to have the first electric flights in the Caribbean with the Pipistrel Velis Electro performed during this week.”.

Caribbean Data Center Market Investment Analysis & Growth Opportunities Report 2022-2027 -

Eagle-Tribune 09 Sep 2022
In the Caribbean region, Panama, Jamaica, Cayman Islands, Bermuda, and Aruba are some of the countries working towards generating electricity from renewable energy sources.

Rollocks Jr. urges GEBE to start prepaid electricity, water billing

The Daily Herald 24 Aug 2022
believes that utilities company GEBE should implement pre-paid billing for water and electricity and is calling on Members of Parliament (MPs) to question the company about this during today’s urgent public meeting of Parliament.
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