On January 16, 2016 participants in the IDB BRIDGE Project for Capacity Building in ICT and Sustainable Energy in the Caribbean, SEED (Student Entrepreneurial Empowerment Development Project) in Barbados and from the Edinburgh Napier University of the UK, toured Solar Dynamics Limited.
The group of 30, which included managers, directors, lecturers and entrepreneurs, heard from past and current managers about the company’s journey and on the successes and challenges of operating in the energy sector over the years.
Ivan Franklin, co-developer of the Solar Dynamics Hot Water System, takes the visitors through the development stages of the system from 1973 to the present.
The Head of the UWI SEED program Attorney at Law Mrs Ayanna Young Marshall listens to the presentation of the Solar Dynamics journey.
The group listens attentively to Ivan Franklin while Operations Manager of Solar Dynamics Ltd, Mrs Michelle Hickerson (at back) also pays attention.
Group from UWI, UTECH, EDINBURGH-NAPIER, visit Solar Dynamics Ltd.
During its 2012 round of graduation ceremonies, the University of the West Indies (UWI) conferred a total of 20 honorary doctorates. Mr James Husbands was awarded the LLD honorary doctorate at the UWI Cave Hill Campus in Barbados on October 20, 2012.