Monday Mar 10
Port Kaituma's daily power supply restored
Port Kaituma residents are now once again receiving a daily power supply, following an intervention by Prime Minister Samuel Hinds.
New York Liberty Star
Guyana welcomes Chinese investors
Partnerships are indispensible to spurring Guyana to its fullest economic heights and, as such, President Donald Ramotar on Friday extended a welcoming hand to all Chinese investors.
Caribbean News Now!
Regional Islamic conference opens in Guyana
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Wind farm energy proposal moving ahead
The proposed 25-megawatt wind farm under consideration at Hope Beach, East Coast Demerara is more likely to produce on average eight to 10 megawatts of electricity.
Up to US$100M more needed for GPL losses, PM says
GPL's Chinese-funded US$45 million Transmission Upgrade programme will not put an end to the company's technical losses says Prime Minister Samuel Hinds who adds that about US$100 million more will be needed to work on secondary distribution circuits and feeders.