The Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis in its efforts to further promote the good and responsible use of energy is using CARICOM Energy Month (CEM) to do so under the theme “A Resilient Community, Energy at the Center.”
The St. Kitts and Nevis Chevening Alumni Association is inviting interested persons to apply for the Chevening Scholarship Programme.
The establishment of the largest solar plant in St. Kitts and Nevis, as well as the replacement of street lamps, is expected to significantly boost the energy sector in the Federation.
The Water Services Department is undertaking work in the Wellington Road area in preparation for the road work that is expected to begin shortly.
A senior official of the National Emergency Management Agency is praising the quick action of Cayon residents who responded to the damages caused by the passage of Tropical Storm Laura on Saturday in their area.
A high voltage pole that was blown down in the vicinity of John England's Village, St. Peter's is the cause of a major power outage that affected several communities early Wednesday morning.
The St. Kitts Electricity Company Ltd. (SKELEC) is asking all candidates, campaigners, and political parties, to remove all political paraphernalia from its electricity poles.
The St. Kitts Electricity Company (SKELEC) in collaboration with the St. Kitts Nevis Sea Turtle Monitoring Network (SKSTMN) has installed amber lights on the island main road in Keys Village to assist with turtle nesting.
The St. Kitts Electricity Company Ltd. wishes to inform the public that its Main Office, located on Central Street, Basseterre, will be closed on Friday June 5th as sections of the main office will be used as polling stations 2A and 2B for…
The St Kitts Electricity Company Ltd. (SKELEC) is reminding candidates, campaigners, and political parties, in the days leading up to the June 5th federal election, that erecting political paraphernalia onto electricity poles is dangerous…