MEGAPOWER PROJECTS

AIMING FOR SUSTAINABILITY AND RENEWABLE ENERGY SOLUTIONS

We work in creating sustainable renewable energy solutions for commercial as well as governmental and NGO cutomers. In this section of the website you will find a spotlight on some of our past projects. However, Megapower is willing to work with, project manage and advise all types of renewable energy and electric vehicle projects in the Caribbean area.

 

In light of the Paris Climate Change Conference 2015, all member nations have been called to take immediate action in reducing their emissions and so shift towards renewable energy resources. We can help do this, having already managed and installed a 20kWh wind turbine generator for the embassy of the United States of America to Barbados, and are currently working with UNDP in St. Vincent on a solar project. 

 

Govermental projects set the stage for more commercial projects. Megapower has set up the electric vehicle charging network throughout the island and imported more that 200 electric vehicles. We have also managed a similar project for Grenlec, Grenada, creating electric vehicle infrastructure, managing the back office for personal charging and the importation of electric vehicles.

 

There are, however, many more commercial opportunites that can be created, such as wind generators on small scale farmlands, tidal electricity generators and solar installations as well as growing the electic vehicle fleet in the Caribbean. We offer a survey of your site so that we can quote you accurately for your project.

 

For more information about your project, contact us so we can make any concept become another success.

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Location

Our offices are located at:

 

The Edghill Building,

Wildey Business Park,

Wildey, St Michael,

Barbados, BB14006

Hodges Bay,

St Johns,

Antigua, P.O box 231

 

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