BRA workers test negative – Barbados Today


The 15 workers employed at the Holetown, St James branch of the Barbados Revenue Authority (BRA) have been given a clean bill of health after being tested for the COVID-19 virus. Yesterday, the office was forced to close its doors early to facilitate contact tracing and testing of staff in relation to the possible exposure […]
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FTC approves rates for larger renewable energy systems - Barbados Today

Providers seeking to supply the national grid with energy from renewable energy sources above 1 megawatt (MW) are now able to do so through the feed-in-tariff (FIT) programme, with a guaranteed return for their investment. What is more, the Fair Trading Commission (FTC) is projecting further savings in electricity costs […]