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Hon. Carlisle Powell

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Renewable Energy Minister In the ...

Local Address: Saint Kitts and Nevis
Nevis Island

Employment History

  • Energy and Utilities Minister In the Administration
    Nevis Island
  • Junior Minister
    Nevis Island
  • President
    Leeward Islands Cricket Association
  • Minister of Communications, Works
    Public Utilities
  • Nevis Minister
    Public Utilities
  • Chairman
    West Indies Cricket Board Inc
  • General Manager
    West Indies Power Nevis Ltd.
  • Chief Executive Officer
    West Indies Power Nevis Ltd.
  • President
    Leewards Islands Cricket

Board Memberships and Affiliations

95 Total References
Web References
Minister responsible for Natural ..., 14 Jan 2013 [cached]
Minister responsible for Natural Resources and the Environment in the Nevis Island Administration Hon. Carlisle PowellNIA CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (November 13, 2012) -- Renewable Energy Minister in the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) Hon. Carlisle Powell said Nevis had made marked strides in the area of sustainable energy development. His comment came in a televised address in observation of Caricom Energy Week 2012.
In addition, Mr. Powell spoke to the Administration's most recent pursuit in the diversification of the island's energy portfolio, which would bring cheaper energy to the people of Nevis.
Mr. Powell said he was hopeful that the skills and knowledge garnered by the teachers during the training would be shared with their respective schools specifically on November 15th.
In declaring the week opened, Mr. Powell said the Administration's record in the development of sustainable energy was clear.
CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (NOVEMBER 13, 2012) - ..., 14 Nov 2012 [cached]
CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (NOVEMBER 13, 2012) - Renewable Energy Minister in the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) Hon. Carlisle Powell said Nevis had made marked strides in the area of sustainable energy development. His comment came in a televised address in observation of Caricom Energy Week 2012.
Energy and Utilities Minister in the ..., 4 Sept 2011 [cached]
Energy and Utilities Minister in the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) Hon. Carlisle Powell described an article in a local newspaper which claimed that the US Export-Import Bank had dumped the Geothermal project on Nevis as malicious, deliberately wilful, politically motivated and misleading and said those allegations were refuted by the Bank.
The Minister addressed the matter when he spoke to the Department of Information late Friday from Puerto Rico where he was at the time attending a conference on matters related to geothermal development.
"This article is malicious deliberately wilful, politically motivated and misleading and is another attempt by the publisher Mr, Kenneth Williams to tarnish the reputation of Nevis Island Administration and the major strides it has made with regard to the development of our geothermal resource here on Nevis," he said.
The Minister explained that the Export Import Bank of America had been advised of the article and they had since refuted all references made to the financial institution, citing that they had neither dumped nor disapproved of the application for financing of the geothermal project but in fact was still under consideration.
"Mr. John Schuster Vice President of Project Finance stated that the article was incorrect and had informed the paper via telephone and in writing and that they had contacted media parties on Nevis to refute the story. He said he was greatly upset by the matter and was hopeful that corrective measures they had taken would address the situation and set the record straight," Mr. Powell said.
Islandsun Newspaper - British Virgin Islands, 6 Dec 2003 [cached]
Vice president Theodore Skeete front row and president Carlisle Powell to his right, with members of the Leeward Islands Cricket Association during Saturday's annual general meeting.
Powell said the meeting went very well as members came ready to do business."We completed what was a very exhausting agenda in a very quick time.We received reports from all of the managers and coaches from the different competitions throughout the year," Powell explained.
Reflecting on his first term as president which he described as successful, Powell said several of the grounds from the U.S. and British Virgin Islands to Antigua have been improved.Finance he said remains a challenge to administer the sport."But, the sponsors have started to take note," Powell said noting that Nagico Insurance came on board with a $40,000 sponsorship deal which allowed them to separate the one day from the three day matches."We have some initiatives with new potential sponsors and we hope to make an announcement in early 2004," Powell said noting that the aim is to have sponsorship for all levels of the game from the under 15s to the senior teams.
During its last term in office, Powell said the board did plenty of work without much fanfare.A new constitution was adopted replacing the one drafted in 1987, which Powell said caused rancor because it did not cover several gray areas.Powell says over the next two years his association wants to improve the number of first class grounds with in the Leeward Islands."St.Maarten is coming on stream and they are scheduled for a Carib Cup game and will have their final ground inspection in early January," Powell explained.
Welcome to, 8 April 2006 [cached]
CHARLESTOWN, Nevis, CMC - The Leeward Islands Cricket Association (LICA) has announced a change in leadership but outgoing president Carlisle Powell says the new executive still needs to be formalised.
But Powell, who did not attend the meeting and has notified LICA of his resignation as president, believes Saturday's exercise was unconstitutional and should be redone to make the process official.
"I have been advised by council that the meeting was not properly constituted because they did not have three members of the executive who should have been present at the meeting, and as well the notice for the meeting was not properly served," Powell told CMC Sport, yesterday.
Nevisian Powell, who has been LICA president for two terms (four years), is resigning effective this weekend, he says, in the hope that the organisation will reassemble for "proper" appointment of the new executive.
"I have served notice to all the member territories that I will be resigning the position on 8th April, that's this Saturday.That is to make sure that the new people will be able to go back, have a proper meeting and have it legally done according to the constitution of the Leewards Board," Powell said.
"I am not prepared to challenge what happened in St Maarten, in terms of the legalities of it.I am urging that we make every effort to make sure that the cricket continues and surges forward and upward.
"I want to thank the people of the Leewards and the West Indies as a whole for allowing me to serve Leewards and West Indies cricket for such a long time," Powell added.
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