July 18, 2012
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A leading Grand Bahama business executive has urged the Prime Minister to ensure “the burden on our businesses is reduced as we rebuild for the umpteenth time”.
Grand Bahama Power Company yesterday said the extra $6m-$10m it invested in strengthening its network over the past two years “really paid off” during Hurricane Dorian.Dave McGregor, the utility’s chief executive, told Tribune Business that damage to
OF its 19,000 customers, Grand Bahama Power Company has reconnected some 9,000 accounts, representing 47 percent of its customer base, since Hurricane Dorian pummeled the island. Dave McGregor, CEO, said the company is making progress in getting pow
Grand Bahama Power Company’s (GBPC) chief executive said the restoration of customer supply would begin yesterday evening after 80 percent of its Freeport grid infrastructure survived Hurricane Dorian. Dave McGregor, the utility’s chief executive, c
Freeport’s energy regulation battle is coming to the boil after Grand Bahama Power Company was told the Electricity Act “implicitly repealed” key parts of the Hawksbill Creek Agreement.
GRAND Bahama Power Company would need “20 times’” the size of its existing solar energy plant to achieve the Government’s “30 by 30” renewable goals, it was revealed yesterday.
THE Cooper family – the operators of several major fast food franchise restaurants in Freeport - has “categorically and emphatically” denied any wrongdoing concerning the alleged theft of electricity by the Grand Bahama Power Company.
THE Grand Bahama Power Company has filed a police complaint against a prominent family over the suspected theft of electricity by several fast food businesses.
THE Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC) has said the 60,000 customers throughout the island can expect stability in their electricity costs for the next five years.
THE Grand Bahama Power Company apologised to customers yesterday for the widespread interruption in service that occurred on Tuesday night.
FREEPORT – The Grand Bahama Power Company said that it is in a state of readiness for the impending storm.
A well-known retailer locked in a Supreme Court battle with the Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC) yesterday dismissed the report on its metering/billing practices as “fluff” and a whitewash, although he and the island’s major industrial players would accept a one-third reduction in electricity rates.