Delegation to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean
03/12/2013 - EU Participates in Electric Car Rally
The European Union is working with the private sector in Barbados to promote the use of solar cars on the island. Head of the Delegation to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean Mikael Barfod on 23 November participated in the inaugural Electric Vehicle Rally, which had 13 entrants. The British High Commissioner also joined the rally in a fun-filled day showing the way for the new, exciting and much cheaper way of getting around.
Recently the EU provided a 10th European Development Fund Grant of €30,000 (which is administered by the Caribbean Export Development Agency), to Caribbean Consultants Limited, as part funding that went towards the construction and outlay of a 14 bay carport covered with 102 solar photo voltaic panels out of Germany. This is part of the EU's new emphasis on support towards renewable energy in Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean.
Photo caption: HoD Barfod with British High Commissioner, Vikki Dean
25/11/2013 - Helping Developing Countries is Good [82 KB]
22/11/2013 - CARIFORUM & EU Discuss EPA Progress [117 KB]
Working together in Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean
The overall objective is to maximise the contribution of sustainable forest management to the rural poor in the insular Caribbean by building capacity for institutional arrangements, which optimise the socio-economic contribution of forest resources.
Comisión Europea José Manuel Durão Barroso Presidente de la Comisión Europea Conferencia de prensa/Bogotá 12 Diciembre 2013 ¡Buenos días! Es para mí un placer poder visitar Colombia. Esta es mi primera visita, y la primera visita a este gran país por parte de un presidente de la Comisión Europea.
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