The GCCA project “Support to the implementation of Trinidad and Tobago’s Nationally Determined Contribution” has been in the news in the Trinidad and Tobago, here below some of the articles.
The project engages in the installation of small-scale, roof-mounted, off grid, solar photovoltaic (PV) installations in rural areas, community infrastructures in twelve sites across the country.
The European Union is also engaged in the landmark project with the Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (AATT) and to implement a solar park at the North Terminal, Piarco International Airport.
“If you look at emissions per capita, TT is one of the important contributors to greenhouse gases per capita. It was part of my mandate to start the discussion of clean and renewable energy. We found an open and willing ear with a lot of the local stakeholders and civil society organisations within ministries, and certainly at a technical level. People were convinced of the need to move in that direction”, said Aad Biesebroek at the end of his four-year tenure as EU ambassador in the country.
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