March 20, 2019
Grand Bahama Power Company.
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Activists yesterday urged Grand Bahama Power Company to prevent further controversy over efforts to recover hurricane restoration costs from its customers by seizing on a new regional initiative.
A LOCAL civic leader says the Bahamas Government should revoke tax concessions to the GB Port Authority following its approval to the GB Power Company of an increase in power fees.
ALTHOUGH “happy” that a storm recovery and stabilisation (SRS) charge by the Grand Bahama Power Company has been further suspended, the Coalition of Concerned Citizens pledged to continue to fight its implementation.
Activists yesterday pledged to keep fighting Grand Bahama Power Company's bid to recover $15.6m in Dorian restoration costs from customers even though it has been delayed a further three months.
A veteran hotel union executive said the levy being imposed by the Grand Bahama Power Company is a “slap in the face” to the residents and businesses that have suffered immense losses too during Hurricane Dorian.
A GROUP in Grand Bahama is criticising the island’s power company for being “heartless” over its planned implementation of an electricity rate increase, due to take effect next month.
A SENIOR Grand Bahama Power Company executive yesterday voiced optimism that its $10m battery storage facility will prevent its major industrial customers “wreaking havoc in the grid”.
Grand Bahama Power Company’s Canadian owner will suffer “substantial loss and damage” if a prominent QC succeeds in quashing the approvals to buy-out all Bahamian shareholders.
GRAND Bahama Power Company has put in place an emergency remediation programme for all customers who purchased a “fake” energy saving device which is at the centre of a police investigation into a complaint filed by the company over alleged electricity theft.
Activists have accused Grand Bahama Power Company of employing “strong arm tactics” to force customers to settle the “fake energy savings devices” controversy on its terms.
POWER supply has finally been restored at several businesses in Freeport following an investigation conducted by the Grand Bahama Power Company into a “fake” energy saving device that was allegedly sold to many business owners and residents on Grand Bahama by a local contractor.