Antigua and Barbuda Port Authority Sets Ambitious Green Energy Agenda

Senator Mary-Claire Hurst, the Port Chairman of Antigua and Barbuda, revealed ambitious plans to transform the country’s port into the first green energy port in the Caribbean. The central focus of the project involves the installation of solar panels and the construction of an energy storage facility.

The visionary initiative aims at decarbonizing the port and mitigating the environmental impact of maritime activities.

Speaking passionately about the future plans, Senator Hurst outlined the key strategies during a recent address.


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