Can T&T use its energy wisely?

April 2012
Energy Caribbean;2012, Issue 59, p15
The article focuses on the government's energy policy in Trinidad & Tobago, and the need of efficient use of energy by households and businesses in the country. It focuses on the report of a European Union-funded 2010- 2011 project which focuses on very relaxed approach to energy usage and production inefficiency in Trinidad. It also focuses on the private sector, producers' disatisfaction with energy costs.


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