GHTE's CEO Esmonde "Gamo" Klass presented solar bags to Guyana's Minister of Public Infrastructure David Patterson and Natural Resources Minister Raphael Trotman following meetings with the GHTE team in January 2016.
Capitol News featured GreenHeart Tree Energy on their news broadcast.
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A newly-formed Canada-headquartered solar energy company has signed a Letter of Intent with the Guyana government to supply clean electricity, the Chief Executive Officer of Greenheart Tree Energy, Esmonde Klass.
“We were given a letter of interest from Minister (of Public Works David) Patterson and now we are waiting for the bidding process,” he told Demerara Waves Online News.
Klass said , with Greenheart Tree Energy’s more than 150 years in collective business experience, he was confident that the company would get the nod from the National Procurement and Tender Administration Board (NPTAB) to do business in Guyana. “We don’t have a problem. We basically compete right around the world,” he said.
Full article can be found here: http://demerarawaves.com/2016/01/17/canada-based-guyanese-likely-to-plug-solar-power-into-homeland/
Canadian firm Greenheart Tree Energy is looking to develop solar farms in Guyana. The company may also establish solar panel assembly plants in the South American country.
Greenheart Tree representatives announced their intentions to government ministers on a recent visit to the country. Guyanese President David Granger has stated that the nation’s new government was committed to a green economy.