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Faculty of Social Sciences

Department of Economics


Mrs. Asha Forde

Mrs. Asha Forde

Assistant Lecturer

Department: ECON


Asha Forde is an early-career researcher with a focus on Energy Economics. She has recently completed a Master of Science in Renewable Energy Management where her research focused on Renewable Energy Investment. This experience compelled her to continue exploring the field of Energy Economics through the MPhil to PhD Programme at the University of the West Indies. Currently, her research interests are centred around exploring the possibilities of renewable development in the Caribbean region through CARICOM collaboration.
Asha’s background is in teaching, lobbying for environmental and socio-economic issues as well as actively focusing on the development of young people.


MSc. Renewable Energy Management (Distinction)- University of the West Indies- Cave Hill Campus
BSc. Mathematics and Economics- University of the West Indies- Cave Hill Campus

Research Areas

Barriers to Investment in Renewable Energy Technology in Barbados
Collaboration in Renewable Energy Development in the Caribbean 

Teaching Areas

Introduction to Statistics
Preliminary Mathematics


Renewable energy, economics, renewable energy economics, energy economics.