Dr. Larry Oswald has been hired by Oil Nut Bay, on Virgin Gorda, as the luxury resort’s environmental team leader. During the last 10 years, Dr. Oswald has been with The Chrysler Corp. as CEO of their electric car division. His mission at Oil Nut Bay to to set a new standard in responsible, sustainable, community developments.
Dr. Oswald will direct the planning, installation and operational assurance of ONB’s integrated community services and energy management systems, making use of the abundance of natural energy, wind and sun. ONB is implementing a variety of eco-progressive initiatives such as using methane generated from organic waste to operate auxiliary energy generators, and capturing wind power to generate electricity for desalinization plants, air conditioning and refrigeration.
The resort will also
*use solar power for road, pathway, dock, and landscape lighs
*heat most of the domestic hot water with solar power
*use rain and treated gray waer for the main sources of irrigation water
*construct each community building to 100% LEED platinum standards
Created with a focus on nature and wellness, Oil Nut Bay is one of the lowest-density resort communities in the Caribbean. On a private peninsula on the eastern tip of Virgin Gorda, accessible only by helicopter or boat, Oil Nut Bay is a 300-acre pristine resort offering 88 freehold villas. Currently in the first phase of sales, Oil Nut Bay offers a variety of real estate options, including estate lots ranging in size from 1-10 acres and priced from $2 million to beach villas starting at $5.8 million and ridge villas starting at $4.8 million.
Contact one of our Coldwell Banker BVI agents for details on purchasing a home in Oil Nut Bay.
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