According to the CDB, the project will enhance the production and productivity of farmers by providing improved irrigation systems and climate smart agricultural production and marketing facilities and systems for farmers, operating on approximately 700 hectares of arable land at Essex Valley in St. Elizabeth.
As stated on the companies' websites:
Wigton’s vision is to be a catalyst for increased usage of wind power and other renewable energies for electricity generation. In fulfillment of this goal, the company actively supports the growth of Jamaica’s renewable energy industry by developing human capital.
Deryck A. Gibson Ltd., began trading in 1956. At the time, the company specialized in the supply of steel, building materials, construction equipment and machinery to fill the needs of the economic boom taking place in Jamaica during the 60s and early 70s.
The mission of the company is to power development with innovation by offering sustainable world class products, energy solutions and services to every industry with a dedicated team of experts.
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CDB Team Leader:
Andrew Dupigny - Head, Infrastructure Partnerships, Office of the Vice-President (Operations)
Implementing Agency - National Irrigation Commission:
Deryck A. Gibson Ltd.:
Wigton Windfarm Limited:
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