Saint Kitts and Nevis Energy and Environment Facts

Natural resources and energy

Saint Kitts and Nevis have no real natural resources unless you count long beaches and a pleasant climate for this category. The energy used comes mainly from imported oil.

Saint Kitts and Nevis, like many of the neighboring countries, have signed the Petrocaribe agreement with Venezuela. This gives Saint Kitts and Nevis the right to buy Venezuelan oil on favorable terms.

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Attempts to reduce oil dependency by switching to alternative energy sources have led to the construction of a wind turbine on the island of Nevis and attempts to extract heat energy from the bedrock are ongoing.

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Energy use per person

1 645 kilograms of oil equivalent (2007)

Carbon dioxide emissions in total

231,000 tonnes (2014)

Carbon dioxide emissions per inhabitant

4.3 tons (2014)

The share of energy from renewable sources

1.6 percent (2015)

Saint Kitts and Nevis Energy and Environment Facts

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