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President of The Human Resources Management Association of Barbados, Glenda Gilkes.
Homegrown energy solutions needed
Homegrown solutions are needed to deal with the development of the renewable energy market.

This is according to Adrian Carter, 2014 De La Rue Scholar and Former Central Banker, who also noted that the development of the renewable energy market and photovoltaic energy requires regulation, but also solutions to deal with this growing market and how it will impact the country.

Carter, who is presently a market analyst at the Barbados Light & Power Company, in his research paper tackling one of the challenges of the increase in photovoltaic energy, stated, “The growth in photovoltaic penetration is phenomenal. We expect this area of the market to continue to grow, but this growth will also bring challenges to the market, that has to be addressed using unique methods because of the uniqueness of our market.

“Regulators are trying to find solutions, but the regulators and utilities...

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