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PM Skerrit places DOMLEC ‘on notice’ for power restoration

Prime Minister, Roosevelt Skerrit, said he has placed power company DOMLEC on notice since energy and electricity are too critical to Dominica’s recovery efforts after Hurricane Maria “for us not to be further than where we are today.” DOMLEC has…

President Clinton says Dominica can lead way in producing clean energy

Former US President Bill Clinton that Dominica can lead the way in producing clean energy and prove that the Caribbean can be prosperous by building homes that are resilient to natural disasters. Clinton is on a one-day visit to Dominica…

PM Skerrit describes President Clinton as a “long time friend” of Dominica

Prime Minister, Roosevelt Skerrit, has described former US President Bill Clinton as a long time friend of Dominica and the region whose commitment has grown since the passage of Hurricane Maria. Clinton is in Dominica for a one-day visit to…

UWP calls on gov’t to speed up reconstruction in energy sector

The United Workers Party believes the pace of restoration of electricity post-Hurricane Maria can be significantly accelerated through an intervention by government that establishes a public/private partnership designed to secure the funding, technology and manpower requirements for climate resilient reconstruction…

Douglas urges street vendors to return to Roseau Market

Minister for Trade, Energy and Employment, Ian Douglas, has urged those who vend agricultural produce on the streets of the capital to return to the Roseau Market because it has reopened since the passage of Hurricane Maria. He stated that…

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