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It’s kite flying time in Barbados again and this means an opportunity for people to be interacting with their friends while enjoying nature, and also with power lines. Most people won’t have a power line experience and their kites will be safely flown in wide open spaces dancing on the wind...

It is quite normal to see ads being run in the press for an electrical contractor to bid or tender for a large commercial project. Usually, the main contractor is chosen at the early planning stages and then the ‘trades’ are added to the team quite early on to be involved in the planning and...

It’s a new year and you’re looking to change some things up in your life, and one of those is making the decision to add a photovoltaic solar system to your home or office. When considering adding photovoltaic solar panels to your building, there are some things you’ll want to consider. We’ll...

You’ve pulled the trigger on that electric vehicle (EV) that caught your eye, and more so your wallet, and now you’re living the fuel-free life. The excitement of not being beholden to the monthly fluctuations in fuel prices makes you think, well what could I do next? The next obvious step is to...

It’s that special time of year again for most of us which we love to celebrate with elaborate decorations and lights all around our homes, offices and outdoors. While these decorations bring joy and beauty to the island, there are dangers associated with these celebrations, which you can...

Last month we looked at why having a full-service electrical contractor makes sense for your home or business. Take a look back, if you haven’t seen it, and understand how great planning and execution coupled with excellent service can benefit you.

Another aspect of working with a full-...

For many of us we have an electrician on standby or one who we know we can call on when we have an issue at home or work. These trained electricians will usually solve our problems, send us a bill, and move on to their next job until we need them again. However, if you hire an electrical...

For those looking to go off-grid and increase their level of self-reliance for their power needs, a battery backed up photo-voltaic system will be the way to go. However, Energy Storage Systems (ESS) are not for everybody. There are two main types of systems in play currently, the AC Coupled –...

Once again, the hurricane season is upon us and our thoughts go to the usual preparations – our hurricane kit, first aid kit, checking our insurance policies, making a family emergency plan, stocking up on food and water for at least 3 days, and securing your property. As far as your personal...


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Travelling on the ABC highway from JTC Ramsay (Bussa) Roundabout/Haggatt Hall heading south, take the first left just after you pass the pedestrian overpass outside CBC TV. Take the second left and we're the last building on the right at the end of the avenue.

If you’re coming up the highway from the south, you will need to go to Bussa Roundabout and reverse your direction of travel, as entry to the avenue is only available on the southbound lanes.

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Next Generation Electrical

Lot 27, Pine Commercial (Section B)

The Pine, St. MIchael,

BB11103, Barbados


Phone:  (246) 426 2871

Fax: (246) 429-3595




Office Hours

Monday - Friday 07:30 - 16:30