Wednesday, January 07, 2009

University of Vermont may provide Solar power for Multi-Purpose Court

Mr Thomas Desisto of the University of Vermont together with the Director of Consumer Affairs paid a courtesy call on the Choiseul-Saltibus constituency Office today. The purpose of the visit is a follow-up of discussions with the District Representative to look into the likelihood of starting a few projects in the district.Included in the touring party was Mr. Anthony Herman secretary of The Board of Directors of the Choiseul Cooperative Credit Union.

Mr. Desisto works with the The Center for Rural Studies (CRS) at the University. The Center for Rural Studies is a nonprofit, fee-for-service research organization that addresses social, economic, and resource-based problems of rural people and communities. Based in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at the University of Vermont, the Center provides consulting, research, and program evaluation services in Vermont, the United States, and abroad. The Center also serves as the U.S. Census Bureau's Vermont State Data Center.

The Projects that were discussed are: 1) The powering of the Multi-Purpose court with either Solar or Wind energy. 2) The establishment of an IT lab for the Delcer School to serve the School and Community. 3) Solar energy for Sabre Wisha and construction of public amenites. 4) The possibility of setting up a non treated water network from Delcer to Piaye for farmers.
Mr. Desisto has taken these sugestions to his superiors for consideration.

1 comment:

Gilbertha St. Rose said...

Congratulations on these endeavors.

I am interested in the generation of the solar power project