Geothermal Project Slated for Caribbean Island

Charlestown, Nevis [Caribbean News] A proposed geothermal project for Nevis has entered the phase where the Organization of American States (OAS) is seeking to raise US$10 million for the actual exploration and drilling in an attempt to source geothermal energy available on Nevis. Minister of Physical Planning in the Nevis Island Administration, Michael Perkins, said on Tuesday that the geothermal project was still well on the cards as far as the OAS was concerned and that he had been advised that they had entered the phase where the OAS was seeking to raise the funds. For the full story use the following link.
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