The Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA), late yesterday evening approved the Grand Bahama Power Company’s (GBPC) rate application that establishes electricity rates for 2016 to 2018.
The Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC) plans to introduce Solar generation technology to its energy mix in 2016.
The Grand Bahama Power Company remains committed to stabilizing rates for customers, improving the reliability of our service, and lessening our dependence on fossil fuels.
Six (6) Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC) employees departed Grand Bahama International Airport-Domestic Terminal on Sunday October 11, to assist the Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC), with restoration efforts in the wake of Hurricane Joaquin. Upon receiving reports of the damage, GBPC quickly offered assistance to BEC and commend the members of its crew who did not hesitate to accept the assignment.
Grand Bahama Power Company is working diligently to prepare for the oncoming storm Joaquin, which is presently a category 4 Hurricane and continues to linger over the Central Bahamas.
Grand Bahama Power Company files submission with its Regulator, Grand Bahama Port Authority, pursuant to Regulatory Framework.
Tropical Storm Erika anticipated to impact Grand Bahama.
Services Interruptions in Bahama and surrounding area on May 26/27, 2015.
GBPC working hard to deliver reliable electricity service to our customers at the lowest possible cost.
Emera Inc., the parent company of Grand Bahama Power, wishes to extend its deepest sympathies to Bahamians as they mourn the tragic loss of lives in the plane crash of November 9, 2014.