‘Beware’ of Cahill No. 2
Call it Cahill No. 2. Opposition Leader Mia Mottley is warning of another Government utility project that could be “a danger” to Barbadian taxpayers.
According to her, Government was on the verge of signing an agreement with another Canadian company, Deltro Electronic Incorporated, to provide power to a new utility company for 20 years in the first instance, and 80 years after that.
The Barbados Labour Party (BLP) leader told party faithful Saturday night on the second day of the BLP annual general conference at Christ Church Foundation School that the agreement was to provide a maximum of 20 megawatts through solar power.
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