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Online energy survey


Added 22 May 2020


The Public Sector Smart Energy Programme’s (PSSEP) Let’s Talk Energy online survey is being executed under the Ministry of Energy and Water Resources.

It is financed by a loan from the Inter-American Development Bank and grant resources from the European Union, according to a media release on May 21.

“The programme involves the implementation of renewable energy generation and energy efficiency technologies. Ultimately, the programme will reduce Barbados’ fossil fuel dependency; promote sustainable energy; and therefore contribute to the country’s competitiveness, as the country work towards the goal of 100 per cent renewable energy and carbon neutrality by the year 2030,” PSSEP’s Project Manager, Keisha Reid, said in the statement.

The Ministry is developing a communication strategy for sustainable energy uses in Barbados, and to learn more about how Barbadians view renewable energy generation and energy efficiency technologies, the online survey Let’s Talk Energy was created.

It may be found at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdjHaAU0PGLYdECzWCCZ0KDUhckyb5wJ et-6NyQlQ_l8UIoww/viewform.

The online survey will take about five minutes to complete. (BGIS)


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