Aidan Rogers BREA Biography
Mr. Aidan Rogers
is the current Vice-President of the Barbados
Renewable Energy Association (BREA) having served in the position
of President previously.
Aidan, has been a vocal advocate for the development of the island’s
Sustainable Energy Policy, legislative and regulatory frameworks
both across the print and electronic media. Mr. Rogers, an attorney at
law, possess a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History (First Class
Honours) and a Bachelor of Laws Degree, both from the University of
the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus. He was called to the BAR officially
in 2003 before joining Charlton Chambers. In 2015 he returned to the
private bar, joining the chambers of Virtus Legal.
His public service to the Renewable Energy Sector has resulted in his
participation as an active stakeholder in the Barbados Light and Power Company Limited Inaugural Integrated Resource Planning
Exercise. He has also served as an intervener in the Fair-Trading Commission (FTC) consultation on the Renewable Energy Rider
(RER) pilot programme in 2013 and 2014.
In 2016, is was nominated by the Government of Barbados to serve as the private sector and civil society representative for CARICOM
Council of Trade and Economic Development (COTED) on the Executive Board of Caribbean Centre for Renewable Energy and
Energy Efficiency (CCREEE).