Cayman solar company powering Bahamas relief effort

A Cayman Islands renewable energy company has been working in the Bahamas to provide emergency power to field hospitals in remote areas.

Staff from GreenTech Solar were in Grand Bahama last weekend installing solar panel systems with Tesla batteries to provide consistent power to clinics giving care to victims of Hurricane Dorian.

In the Hawksbill region of Grand Bahama, medics were working in tough conditions.
“The area was completely and utterly destroyed,” said Richard Harrison, CEO of GreenTech, who travelled to the area along with Kerby Powell and Richard Thompson, electricians with the Cayman company.

“There was nothing left of the original medical clinic. It was levelled to its foundations …. We were told that 17 people had died on that street,” he said.

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