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Water prices drop with energy costs

Residential water rates have been dropping along with energy costs, with energy charges on water bills from both the Water Authority and Cayman Water reduced by 30 percent over the past year.

Business in brief: Appleby announces management changes

Offshore law firm, Appleby, has announced a series of changes to its management team following the completion of the management buyout of its fiduciary business in December.

Agreement for sea-based power possible by late March

Executives from the company designing Cayman’s first floating platform for generating electricity from the ocean hope to complete a power purchase agreement with the Caribbean Utilities Company by late next month.

Solar farm groundbreaking set for February

Groundbreaking for Cayman’s first solar farm and non-Caribbean Utilities Company utility-scale power plant will take place next month, launching a long-awaited move to renewable energy.

EDITORIAL – Power lines: Our stance on ‘green’ energy

We (and no doubt our readers) were cheered by all aspects of the headline that appeared in Thursday’s Cayman Compass: “Oil, solar contribute to...

Oil, solar contribute to decrease in CUC power bills

Caribbean Utilities Company announced on Tuesday a continuing decline in electricity prices – and consumer bills – as the price of oil falls on...

Chamber launches ‘green’ pledge

The Chamber of Commerce unveiled an environmental pledge to encourage businesses and individuals to do their part to preserve our natural resources and keep the environment healthy.

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