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Cayman’s first commercial-scale solar farm is behind schedule, and CUC said  it doesn’t know when the 20-acre farm may be complete.

In May, CUC and US partner firm Entropy broke ground on the five megawatt facility, calling it a watershed event in the country’s slow crawl away from fossil fuels.

CUC told Cayman 27 it has done its part, having completed interconnection facilities for the Bodden Town project, including a new line to the facility. Some reports indicate the completion date may be pushed back to next spring.

CUC did not confirm that date, but instead issued a statement.

“Entropy has indicated to CUC that while they are still working on the project, they are behind schedule. We will advise on a new completion date when we are in a position to do so,” said a spokesperson.

Cayman 27 reached out to North Carolina based Entropy, who didn’t reply to our request for comment.

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Joe Avary

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Joe Avary has been with Cayman 27 since 2014. He brings 20 years in television experience to the job, working hard every day to bring the people of Cayman stories that inform the public and make a difference in the community. Joe hopes his love for the Cayman Islands shines through in his informative and entertaining weather reports. If you have a story idea for Joe or just want to say hello, call him at 324-2141 or send an email to josephavary@hurleysmedia.ky

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