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Stakeholders Laud Benefits of Solar Car Park


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As the solar car park project is slated to be officially opened on March 18, 2019, Senior Environmental Officer with the Ministry of the Environment and Housing, Dr. Rhianna Neely-Murphy gave insight on the project, during a recent site visit of the 900-kilowatt solar car park at the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium.

The Ministry of the Environment and Housing is responsible for renewable energy in The Bahamas, Dr. Neely-Murphy said. This is the largest project that we have been able to get off the ground so far, and it is the first one that we have been able to do through a grant. This is totally grant funded....

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