October 19, 2020
BPL's Clifton Pier station.
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Bahamas Power & Light (BPL) has ditched Shell North America's exclusivity and has "a free hand" to negotiate the best electricity prices for New Providence with any supplier that can meet its terms.
BPL’s booze and drug taking group nicknamed the “Lords of Doom” were upgraded from contract workers to permanent and pensionable employees of the power company.
Members of a Bahamas Power & Light (BPL) employee group known as the "Lords of Doom" were able to smoke marijuana and drink alcohol while on the job at Clifton Pier, it has been revealed.
A Chamber of Commerce executive yesterday argued it will be "a sad day" whenever Shell's power plant deal is agreed because it goes against The Bahamas' pledge to fight climate change.
Shell North America says "a degree of urgency" is required to close the deal for New Providence's new multi-million dollar power plant with an agreement thought to be just "weeks out" from conclusion.