MIAMI, Florida, USA – The General Manager of the British Virgin Islands Electricity Corporation (BVIEC) has been awarded the Energy Leadership MVP award at the recently held Caribbean Renewable Energy Forum (CREF), the largest annual gathering of the regional clean energy market held in Miami, Florida. BVIEC’s General Manager, Mr Leroy A. E. Abraham, collected the award at the Annual CREF Industry Awards. Industry Leaders The organizers of CREF, developed the awards to recognize the leaders in the Caribbean energy sector who are making a lasting impact on resilient and renewable energy. The awards program drew candidates from across the Caribbean region, including Turks and Caicos, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, and Haiti. The selected award winners represent the entities that have had a profound impact on the region’s clean energy development. Award recipients were chosen by an industry-leading Advisory Committee including Chris Burgess, Director of Projects, Rocky Mountain Institute; Nils Janson, Executive Vice President, Castalia Advisors; Jennifer DeCesaro, Acting Director of Technology to Market Program, U.S. Department of Energy; Adam Carter, Managing Director, Head – Investment Banking, CIBC FirstCaribbean; Emily Chessin, Senior Associate, The Cadmus Group; Doug Hewson, Managing Partner, Portland Private Equity; and Julie Taylor, Editorial Director, New Energy Events.