March 15, 2012 By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
BEC’s ocean thermal energy partner yesterday revealed it plans to develop an eco-industrial park in the Bahamas, leveraging its project into technology and export spin-offs that would make this nation “a world leader in green technology and green energy”.
Jeremy Feakins, chairman and chief executive of Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation (OTEC), told Tribune Business that the company’s “vision” was to emulate the National Energy Laboratory of Hawaii (NELHA), and its Ocean Science and Technology Park, in the Bahamas, having already assessed potential sites at Clifton Pier and in Grand Bahama.
He explained that the deep sea water employ …
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News date : 03/15/2012 Category : Tribune Stories