Guyana Energy Agency

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GEA Urges License Holders to Comply with Statutory Requirements to Avoid Delays

Georgetown, April 2017: The Guyana Energy Agency (GEA), along with other sector Agencies, continue their efforts and work in the monitoring and oversight of Licensing activities to ensure compliance with procedural and regulatory provisions under the Laws of Guyana.

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Scotiabank Partners With Guyana Energy Agency on School Project

Georgetown, March 15, 2017: On Wednesday March 15, 2017, Scotiabank Guyana presented one thousand (1,000) booklets to the Guyana Energy Agency (GEA) for distribution to grade six -students of Primary schools identified by the Bank.

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Phase II: Public consultation on study to update the National Energy Policy.

The public is invited to submit their comments on the Draft Policy to the Chief Executive Officer, Guyana Energy Agency; email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Draft National Energy Policy

GEA Installs Solar Water Pump at Cassava Processing Plant in Region 9 Under CIDA Funded Project

Georgetown-December 29, 2016: To support the CIDA/OLADE/University of Calgary–Haskayne School of Business’s Rural Electrification Project in Guyana, the Guyana Energy Agency (GEA) installed a 160 Watts solar water pump at the newly constructed Cassava Processing Plant and Farine Factory in the village of Wowetta located in Region 9.

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300 Primary School Students & Teachers Benefit from GEA’s Intervention

Georgetown-November 2016: The Guyana Energy Agency (GEA), under a 2016 capital budgeted project, has completed the installation and rehabilitation of four (4) solar systems at schools located in the hinterland and riverain communities and who were without access to electricity.

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Guyana Energy Agency Hosts Activity For Primary School Children of Region 5

(One of the Planned Activities to Commemorate Energy Month 2016)

 

Georgetown, November 26, 2016: The Conference Centre at Latchmansingh Primary School, Region 5, was the scene of high energy and excitement, on Friday November 25th 2016, as sixty students (60) participated in the Guyana Energy Agency’s ‘Express Your Energy’ activity.

Representing ten Primary schools that were selected by the Regional Educational office, the students hailed from: Latchmansingh Primary, Cotton Tree Primary, Number 5 Primary, Number 8 Primary, Number 29 Primary, Lichfield Primary, Seafield Primary, Bath Primary, Woodley Park and Hope Town Primary; and were between the ages of nine to 11 from grades four to six. The Students conveyed their interpretation and knowledge of energy sources, sustainability, energy conservation and energy efficiency through artwork/pictorial illustrations, word search and conservation tips at different stations while being enthusiastically encouraged by their fellow team members.

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Guyana Energy Agency Unveils Plans for Energy Week 2016

Georgetown, October 24, 2016: CARICOM Energy Week has been an annual feature that is celebrated simultaneously across the Caribbean by CARICOM member states. This year, a decision was made by CARICOM to have the entire month of November be labelled ‘Energy Month’. Hence, going forward CEW will now be CEM-CARICOM Energy Month. 

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GEA Completes 1 ½ years of Data Gathering in Wind Measurements

Georgetown August 4, 2016: The Guyana Energy Agency (GEA) has recently completed a year and half of data gathering in wind measurement. Relocated from Yupakari in Region 9, the wind measuring system was reallocated by GEA in November of 2014 to Kumu Region 9 where it is currently gathering data in relation to wind speed and direction.

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Guidelines for “My Green School” Competition for Secondary Schools

Overview

Renewable energy and energy efficiency offer the greatest scope for reducing Guyana’s dependence on fossil fuels, diversifying the energy mix and attaining energy security. The wider use and exploration of cleaner renewable sources of energy is also important given the fact that Guyana possesses great potential in renewable energy sources such as hydropower, solar and bio-energy.

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Energy Efficient Induction Street Light Technology - Residents Give their Nod

Georgetown, May 12th, 2016: The Guyana Energy Agency (GEA), in an effort to gain a deeper understanding of the different energy efficient street lighting technologies, replaced 37 high pressure sodium vapour (HPSV) street lamps rated at 250 watts each along the Timehri Highway, between Bounty Farm and the Timehri Police Outpost, with 37 energy efficient Induction Lamps rated at 120 watts each along with a timer control relay to switch lamps ON at nights and OFF during the day.

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