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1 Introduction
1.1 The Caribbean as a Research Region
1.2 Caribbean – High Solar Potential versus Low Implementation
1.3 Hypothesis and Objectives
2 Implementation of Solar Energy in Developing Countries
2.1 Renewable Energy Markets in Developing Countries
2.2 The Caribbean Solar Energy Market
3 Methodology
3.1 Market Research for Development Projects
3.2 Information Sources and Research Method
4 Case Studies
4.1 Case Study Barbados
4.1.1 Energy Market Actors
4.1.2 Electricity Sector
4.1.3 Renewable Energies
4.1.4 Solar Water Heater
4.2.1 Energy Market Actors
4.2.2 Electricity Sector
Figure 13: GRENLEC Electricity Generation
Figure 14: GRENLEC Electricity Sales
Figure 15: GRENLEC Revenues
Figure 16: GRENLEC Fuel Charges 2008-2009
4.2.3 Renewable Energies
4.2.4 Solar Water Heater
4.2.5 Photovoltaic Technology
Figure 17: GRENLEC – Interconnection Policy
4.3 Case Study St. Lucia
4.3.1 Energy Market Actors
4.3.2 Electricity Sector
Figure 18: LUCELEC Capacity and Peak Demand 2000-2009
Figure 19: LUCELEC Sales 200-2009
4.3.3 Renewable Energies
4.3.4 Solar Water Heater
4.3.5 Photovoltaic Technology
4.4 Summary of the Three Case Studies
5.1 Drivers for a Successful Market Establishment
Drivers for a Successful Market Establishment
: Model for an Establishment of a Solar Water Heater Market
5.2 Barriers Hindering the Market Development
: Model for a Successful Solar Water Heater Market Penetration
5.4 Economical, Environmental and Social Facts
Figure 23: Estimated Cumulative Energy Savings and Tax Cost of Incentives2
Figure 24: Cumulated Savings of a Solar Water Heater – Case 1
6 Photovoltaic Framework
6.1 Drivers for a Successful Market Establishment
Model for an Establishment of a Photovoltaic Market
Efforts for an Establishment of the Photovoltaic Market
6.2 Barriers Hindering the Market Development
6.3 Scenario for a Successful Market Penetration
6.4 Economical, Environmental and Social Facts
: Electricity Costs and Grid Parity of Photovoltaic Technologies
: Price for a Standard System in the US
7 Viability in Terms of Sustainable Development
7.1 The Sustainable Market Implementation on One Island
7.2 The Market Transferability to Other Islands
Figure 30: Annual Solar Water Heater Installation in Barbados
7.3 CREDP as Assistant to Reach Sustainability
8 Conclusion and Recommendations
References
Appendices
Interviewees
Check List for Photovoltaic Systems
Questionnaire
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