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September 3, 2012

GSR ENERGY AND BAGASSE CO-GENERATION PROJECT RECEIVES GRANT FUNDING


“GSR Energy Limited is one of the winners of the 2012 IDEAS Energy Innovation Contest for the Caribbean.  The award is in the form of a grant for the Bagasse Co-Generation Project. An excerpt from the link in regards to the contest is provided below.

After three years of self-funded effort, GSR Energy Limited’s Bagasse Co-Generation Project has received a vote of confidence from an international consortium.

In addition to grant funding, GSR Energy Limited will receive technical and business development support to implement the Sugar Cane Bio-Refinery Project which is comprised of the Bagasse Co-Generation Project fully integrated with an Ethanol Plant.

GSR Energy Limited will also receive access to other experts, policy makers, institutions and potential financial partners.”

Further details are provided in the following link:

http://iadb.org/en/topics/energy/ideas/ideas,3808.html

Source: Inter- American Development Bank: http://iadb.org/en/topics/energy/ideas/ideas,3808.html

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Medical Tourism Becoming a Reality in Belize


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Medical Tourism Becoming a Reality in Belize

September 3, 2012- Belize has once again pioneered another gateway to attracting more visitors and investors to our country, which is, through the emergence of ‘Medical Tourism’. Under BELTRAIDE’s Compete Caribbean Project, component two (2) entails the identification of two priority sectors for investment. One of the identified priority sectors is Medical Tourism. There is certainly great potential for this industry to boom and create employment for Belize, whilst increasing its Foreign Direct Investment (FDI).

In early August 2012, a workshop on Medical Tourism was coordinated, with the objective to create awareness of the new industry and to determine the receptiveness of Belize’s stakeholders. The workshop was held at the George Price Center in the City of Belmopan and stakeholders from both the medical and tourism industries participated in the event. It was considered an information sharing session which allowed stakeholders the opportunity to voice their opinion on the idea of Medical Tourism.

As a follow up to the first workshop, a second Medical Tourism workshop will be held at the House of Culture in Belize City, on Friday, September 7, 2012, from 8:30a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Continue reading “Medical Tourism Becoming a Reality in Belize”

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