Useful Contacts

Name

Description

Address

Telephone

Email

ACE RECYCLING BARBADOS LTD

A waste broker company, collecting office paper, lead-acid batteries and other materials for recycling or preparation for shipment overseas.

Massiah Street
St. John
BARBADOS


Contact:           

Reginald Parris

 

(246) 423-0510

B’S RECYCLING (Barbados)

B's Recycling Barbados intends to be the leading Recycler in the Eastern Caribbean. Our aim is to turn Trash into Cash and create employment. We understand the philosophy that "People don`t care how much you know only how much you care."

Cane Garden
St. Thomas
BARBADOS

(246) 438-9285

or

(246) 417-0151

macholder@yahoo.com

BARBADOS LIGHT & POWER COMPANY

Barbados Light & Power Company (BLPC) is the sole electric utility operator on the island of Barbados, serving some 120,000 customers. The company operates three power generation stations consisting of 239 MW of installed capacity. It has established a detailed Health and Safety, Environmental and Quality Management (HSEQ) System which focuses on customer satisfaction, safeguarding the health and safety of its employees, contractors, customers, the wider community and protecting the environment.

Bush Hill
The Garrison
St. Michael

BARBADOS

PBX:

(246) 436-1800

 

Customer Service: (246) 430-4300

 

Emergencies: (246) 436-9000

customerservice@blpc.com.bb

BARBADOS NATIONAL OIL COMPANY

The Barbados National Oil Company Limited is mainly responsible for the exploration and production. We are committed to ensuring that petroleum-based energy is made available to the country at the most competitive and economical prices, and in the most socially- and environmentally-conscious ways

Woodbourne
St. Philip

BARBADOS

(246) 428-8339

BARBADOS WATER AUTHORITY

Manor Lodge Complex
Green Hill
St. Michael

BARBADOS

(246) 424-1650


Fax:

(246) 424-2362

bwa@caribsurf.com

CARIBBEAN E-WASTE (BARBADOS)

Focusing on the disposal of cell phones and other small electronic/electrical items which would otherwise be collected along with regular and household waste and sent to the landfill. The company has been given support by the Barbados Youth Business Trust, which in turn receives support from First Caribbean International Bank.

Green Hill
St. Michael
BARBADOS

Contact:

Nadaline Cummings

 

(246) 823-5334

CARIBBEAN INFORMATION PLATFORM ON RENEWABLE ENERGY (JAMAICA)

Based in Jamaica, CIPORE provides information to support the efforts of Caribbean government departments responsible for energy as they build capacity in the area of renewable energy.  In addition to posting news and information from each Caribbean country, the portal also reports on project and funding opportunities.  It promotes itself as the “information and communication system for the exchange of renewable information for the Caribbean”.

Hope Gardens
Kingston 6

JAMAICA

(876) 927-1779

 

Fax:

(876) 977-1840

ceis@src-jamaica.org

CARIBBEAN RENEWABLE ENERGY FORUM (USA)

Organisers of an annual renewable energy conference offer conference details as well as an electronic newsletter covering recent projects and developments across the Caribbean. The next conference is scheduled for Barbados in October 12-14, 2011. Registration information is presented and visitors to the website are encouraged to submit suggestions for conference topics.  Organisers are based in the USA.

Contact:

Matthew Perks, Executive Director

 

(845) 440-7800       

mperks@caribbeanenergyforum.com
CARIBSAVE (BARBADOS)

The CARIBSAVE Partnership (CARIBSAVE) is a Not-For-Profit regional organization based in the Caribbean with its Headquarters in Barbados. Formed in 2008 as a partnership initiative between the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC) and the University of Oxford, CARIBSAVE works with stakeholders to address the impacts and challenges surrounding climate change, the environment, economic development, tourism and community livelihoods across the Caribbean Basin, using an integrated and holistic approach.

Hastings House
Balmoral Gap
Christ Church
BARBADOS

Regional Coordinator:

Judy Clarke

 

(246) 426 2042

admin@caribsave.org

CENTRAL BANK OF BARBADOS

The Central Bank of Barbados is the premier financial institution in Barbados, and its main functions are to formulate, in association with Government, monetary and fiscal policies to assist with the country’s economic development programme.  In October 2010, the Central Bank and the Barbados government organised and hosted a major two-day conference on alternative energy top educate stakeholders and the public about the benefits of utilising alternative energy sources.  

Tom Adams Financial Centre
Spry Street
Bridgetown
BARBADOS

(246) 436-6870 info@centralbank.org.bb

Clarke Energy Associates

Offering advisory, training and project development services in the areas of renewable energy, energy efficiency, energy policy and electric utility planning. Technical services  include energy audits, feasibility studies,  project management, and solar photovoltaic system design, costing, and procurement.

Welchman Hall, St. Thomas

(246) 251-0298

or 

(617) 313-6643

clarkeenergy@aol.com

EMERA CORP. (CANADA)

Emera is an energy and services company with $5.8 billion Canadian dollars in assets, and electricity is Emera's core business. Approximately 94% of Emera's revenues are earned by Nova Scotia Power Inc (NSPI), Bangor Hydro Electric Company (BHE) and the Brunswick Pipeline; NSPI and BHE are wholly-owned regulated electric utilities which together serve 603,000 customers.

In the Caribbean, Emera has interests in St. Lucia Electricity Services Limited (19%) which serves more than 50,000 customers on the island of St. Lucia; Grand Bahama Power Company (80.4%) which serves 19,000 customers on the island of Grand Bahama; and Barbados Light & Power Holdings (79.4%) which serves 120,000 customers on the island of Barbados through its regulated electric utility the Barbados Light and Power Company. Emera’s assets also include a pumped storage hydro-electric facility, natural gas pipelines, a gas-fired power plant, an energy services company and a renewable tidal energy company.

1894 Barrington Street
Barrington Tower, Scotia Square
Halifax
NOVA SCOTIA  B3J 2A8

Jennifer Nicholson, Senior Director-Stakeholder Relations,

(902) 428-6347;

 

Sasha Irving, Corporation Communications and Media Relations:

(902) 428-6685

FOOTPRINT ENVIRONMENTAL (BARBADOS, AND USA)

An eco-renewable energy centered company, committed providing cost effective alternative energy products and services, including large and small scale solar energy sytems and wind turbines.

Main Headquarters
1155 Pasadena Ave S
S Pasadena, FL 33707
USA

 

West Indies - Caribbean
St James
BARBADOS

Tel: (246) 253-3520

1-555-345·9877

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(246) 253-3520

sales@footprint-env.com

FUTURE CENTRE TRUST (BARBADOS)

The Future Centre Trust is a charitable Non Governmental Organisation which focuses on the environment of Barbados and its resources and methods by which the community can take a greater role in conserving and preserving these resources for now and future generations.

1 Edgehill Heights
St. Thomas
BARBADOS

(246) 425-2020
GLOBAL RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY IN SOLAR INC. Supplier of fire-resistant “eco-blocks” for use in construction and building projects.  When compared to traditional cement blocks, the product is said to be more durable, noise-resistant and moisture-proof, as well as being hurricane and earthquake resistant

Contact:

Peter Jones (Managing Director)

 

Dale Blackman (Technical Director)

 

(246) 821-0145

or

(246) 832-3645

dale.wyatt@hotmail.com

HAYDEN WORKMAN ELECTRICAL INC.

Bank Hall Main Rd
St. Michael

BARBADOS

(246) 436-3550


Fax:

(246) 429-4775

hworklec@caribsurf.com

INNOGEN TECHNOLOGIES (BARBADOS)

Offering a comprehensive service including Energy Audits, Energy-Saving Technology, and Solar/Wind Power solutions, enabling customers to become less dependent on fossil fuel based energy.  They also supply energy saving monitors, capacitors and energy-saving fluorescent bulbs.

205 Cane Garden Park
St. Thomas

BARBADOS

(246) 424-2577

or

(246) 260 3212


 

Fax:

(246) 424 2577

energy@innogenonline.com

MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE

Graeme Hall
Christ Church
BARBADOS

(246) 434-5000

MINISTRY OF ENERGY (BARBADOS)

The Energy Division is responsible for oil and gas, alternative energy and energy conservation (having amalgamated with the Energy Conservation Unit). The Division also provides geological and earth science services to other Government departments, as well as to the private sector.

Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation Unit (Energy Division)
Trinity Business Center
Country Road
St. Michael
BARBADOS

(246) 434-2505


Fax:

(246) 436-6004

info@energy.gov.bb  
NATIONAL PETROLEUM CORPORATION (BARBADOS)

The National Petroleum Corporation (NPC) is a statutory body set up with responsibility for the management of the distribution of natural gas supply for domestic, commercial and industrial use in Barbados. The purpose of the enterprise is to provide and maintain an adequate, reliable, competitive, safe and efficient gas service to customers at a reasonable cost. The production of crude oil, natural gas and liquefied petroleum gas, which are permitted by statute, are carried out by an associated company, the Barbados National Oil Company (BNOCL). Since January 2006, the Corporation has held 24.5% of the equity in BNOCL while the Government of Barbados holds the remainder.

Wildey
St. Michael 
BARBADOS

(246) 430-4000 

bimgas@caribsurf.com

 

Customer queries: customerserv@npc.com.bb

ORGANISATION OF AMERICAN STATES – DEPARTMENT OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (DFD)

This agency supports OAS member States in the design and implementation of policies, programs and projects which integrate environmental priorities with poverty alleviation and socio-economic development goals. It encourages the execution of multiple-country projects.

DFD – c/o Organization of American States - OAS
1889 F St., N.W., 7th Floor
Washington, D.C. 20006
U.S.A

(202) 458-3567 sustainable_dev@oas.org

SANITATION SERVICE AUTHORITY (BARBADOS)

Through the Environmental Protection Department of the Ministry of the Environment, Water Resources and Drainage, the Sanitation Service Authority is responsible for the collection of municipal solid waste and operates the government’s four solid waste disposal sites: (1) Mangrove Pond Landfill, (2) Bagatelle Bulky Waste Disposal Site, (3) Rock Hall Asbestos Disposal Site, and (4) Lonesome Hill Blood and Grease Disposal Site.

Headquarters: 2nd floor NPC Building
Wildey
St. Michael
BARBADOS

(246) 430-5000

SOLAR DYNAMICS (BARBADOS)

Supplies and installs solar hot water systems in Barbados and other Caribbean islands, and also maintains an office in St. Lucia. The company also conducts energy audits.

Grazettes Industrial Estate
St Michael

BARBADOS

(246) 425-1540


Fax:

(246) 424-8779

info@solardynamicsltd.com

SOLAR ENERGY INNOVATIONS INC. (BARBADOS)

Offering consultancy, design, construction & maintenance services for solar and wind energy projects. They also perform energy audits, and offer designs for horticultural, agricultural, commercial and educational facilities.

Emerald Park
St. Philip
BARBADOS

(246) 271-1330


Fax:

(246) 271-1039

jeff@seisolarinc.com
(Jeff Shepherd)

SOLARIS GLOBAL ENERGY LTD (BARBADOS)

Formerly known as Aqua-Sol, this company underwent a name change and rebranded after the Trinidadian company Solaris acquired majority interest in early 2011. The company offers solar water heaters.

Block A, Units 7-8
Grantley Adams Industrial Park
Christ Church
BARBADOS

aquasol@caribsurf.com
(Vincent McClean)

SUNPOWER (BARBADOS)

Supplies and installs solar hot water systems in Barbados and other Caribbean islands, and also has an established distributor in Grenada.

P.O. Box 24B, Brittons Hill
St. Michael
BARBADOS

(246) 428-0634

SUSTAINABLE BARBADOS RECYCLING CENTRE

Sustainable Barbados Recycling Centre, Inc. (SBRC) is a joint venture between Williams Industries Inc from Barbados, and Bedminster, an Irish company which specializes in waste recovery.  The waste stream entering the facility is approximately 50% Municipal Solid Waste and 50% Construction and Demolition  Waste . 

Vaucluse
St. Thomas

BARBADOS

(246) 425-2255

 

Fax:

(246) 425-3189

sales@sbrcinc.com
Williams Industries Inc.

Williams Industries Inc. is a diversified company with 17 joint venture companies in Barbados, St. Lucia, and other Caribbean Islands as well as significant investments in Jamaica.  The companies are involved in manufacturing, electrical engineering, supply to the construction industry, farming, tourism, waste recycling, water desalination, well drilling, real estate development, building and equipment rental, sewage treatment, alternative energy, cellular communication and tourism.

Cane Garden
St. Thomas
BARBADOS

(246) 425-2000

 

Fax:

(246) 424-0374

Bizzy@williamsind.com.bb
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