October 5, 2018
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THE chief executive of BPL, Whitney Heastie, said he was “stunned” by the state of equipment at the company in a new video released by the power supplier.Mr Heastie promised that upgrades are coming as he warned about the state of long-standing disre
WHITNEY Heastie, Bahamas Power and Light CEO, sought to dispel speculation yesterday that a fire at BPL’s Clifton Pier Power plant was the result of an ill advised call to operate a generator when the conditions were not right.
Bahamas Power & Light (BPL) yesterday defended its hiring of an extra ten megawatts (MW) of expensive diesel-burning generators from fierce union criticism that it “makes no sense”.
Bahamian businesses and households are paying the price of “a double whammy” caused by the recent fires at Bahamas Power & Light’s (BPL) Clifton Pier plant, it was revealed yesterday.