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Bahamas Hotels See Small September Boost

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A slim upturn in the Bahamas hotel trade shown in September's figures has been cautiously welcomed by the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism and Aviation and the Bahamas Hotel Association.
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Researching Alternative Energy Sources Until 2016

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The Government could continue research on finding the best alternative energy sources for the Bahamas' into 2016, the director of the Bahamas Environment, Science and Technology (BEST) Commission said yesterday, while six of this country's first possible alternative energy providers have now been selected from a list of 13.
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Hotel Occupancy Increase Still Below Pre-Recession Numbers

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The Bahamian hotel industry yesterday warned that the year-over-year 7.9 per cent room revenue and occupancy gains achieved in September were still "considerably below pre-recession levels", with 12 of 14 properties included in the survey reporting net losses for the year-to-date.
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Bahamas Could Lead Caribbean In Renewable Energy

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An environmental and global energy consultant said yesterday that the Bahamas could set the trend in the Caribbean for renewable energy production because of the diversity of its islands, and the wide variety of energy sources that could be implemented.
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Energy Conference and Trade Show

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More than 5,000 visitors are expected to come through the doors of a major two-day conference and trade show starting today.

The 2009 Energy Conference and Business Trade Show (view the agenda here - PDF) opens today at the Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort with around 50 vendors offering their wares to visitors.

Today sees the conference organized by a partnership of Bahamas Hotel Association, the Chamber of Commerce and the U.S. Embassy aimed at discussing energy solutions for businesses.

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