The Heritage Golf Club course certainly seemed to suit you…
The course is good and obviously treated me well. I think the greens were probably the key ingredient for me this week. I didn’t hit the ball that well and kind of scrambled around but, every time I had a look at a putt, I felt like
I knew exactly where to hit it. I think I missed four putts that I probably shouldn’t have the whole week, which is a pretty good stat for an event.
Reunion Island can also provide interesting examples for Mauritius, particularly solar photovoltaic panels and systems. Or there is combining various forms of energy with electricity storage, which is what is done in a remarkable way via Corsica’s MYRTE platform. 3,500 square metre solar panels furnish electricity for the electrolysis of water into oxygen and hydrogen. At night, the hydrogen (which is in fact solar energy conserved) is used in a fuel cell to provide 3,500 homes with electricity. Mauritius should take inspiration from such hybrid projects which combine intermittent forms of energy and storage methods in a systematic way.