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 Eco-Schools 

Greenrock delivers the internationally recognized Eco-Schools Programme, which helps school communities become greener and more environmentally friendly. 
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 For Business 

Greenrock offers support and guidance to any organization interested in greening their workplace. We host the Green Building Forum and Green Workplace Awards.
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 Energy 

Bermuda can reduce our dependence on fossil fuel and our contribution to global warming. Greenrock advocates for this in a number of forums.
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Water ExplorerHSBC chose Greenrock as local delivery partner for their international Water Explorer programme; a fun way to engage and inform Bermuda’s 8-14 year-olds about fresh water conservation.
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Greenrock Joins Cross Island Committee

cross-island-aerialGreenrock has accepted the invitation by the Cross Island Committee to join them and provide a key environmental voice.

The Cross Island Committee was set up to engage the community to get ideas for the use of the nine acres of land being created at Dockyard's South Basin for the America's Cup Village, following the America's Cup.

Airport Solar Project

airport-solar-projectThe Ministries of Economic Development and Public Works of the Government of Bermuda are in the process of developing an RFQ and RFP for the development of a utility-scale solar photo-voltaic installation on ‘the Finger’ at the L.F. Wade International Airport. The closing date for applications is Saturday, December 31, 2016.

If you wish to be added to the email distribution list for this project please email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it   with your preferred email address, name and company name.

For more information click here or visit www.gov.bm/procurement/development-utility-scale-solar-pv-bermuda

Agreeing a smart growth pathway (Part 3 of 3)

Article 3 of 3 energy articles first published in the Royal Gazette in June 2016. 

bermuda-rooftop-solar-pvThe transition to a sustainable energy future is not just a technical question, or an economic challenge, but is fundamentally a cultural challenge.

Professor Karl McDermott, an experienced regulator and consultant to Belco who works out of the University of Illinois, points out that “we need to recognise that the ‘modern’ vision [of electricity generation and use] that evolved from the 1920s through the 1980s relied on a technocratic solution that minimised the role of the customer as decision-maker”.

Bermuda’s renewable future (Part 2 of 3)

Article 2 of 3 energy articles first published in the Royal Gazette in June 2016. 

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“Our goal is an ambitious one: to increase the social, environmental and economic resilience ... through an efficient use of natural resources and an implementation of projects that will create and sustain high-quality local jobs for current and future generations.”

Green energy best long-term option (Part 1 of 3)

Article 1 of 3 energy articles first published in the Royal Gazette in June 2016. 

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On March 21, the Bermuda Government tabled a report which says that liquefied natural gas, commonly known as LNG, is a more economically and environmentally attractive fuel than our present diesel-fuel oil.

It then went on to massively overreach the conclusions of the report and stated that it was considering going ahead and soliciting proposals to build the new LNG plant and convert existing electricity-generating facilities to LNG.

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