Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC) is partnering with its sister companies in the region to establish a mentorship and employee exchange program, supporting the personal growth of Bahamians and developing skills to enhance the Company’s operational efficiencies. At the same time, the company has rolled out a competency-based training (CBT) program that will hone the skills of its key tradespeople including linesmen and plant operators.
Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC) is committed to serving local communities through volunteering and fundraising. As students across the Island prepare for a new school year, GBPC employees held its first Back to School Giveaway.
Grand Bahama Power Company is pleased to announce that Troy MacKenzie has recently been promoted to the position of Director of Transmission & Distribution. GBPC is also pleased to announce the recent hire of two engineers Ryan Wood and Mac Lightbourn.
In response to the false allegations made recently by Eddie Victor and his coalition, The Grand Bahama Power Company would like to take this opportunity to respond.
Grand Bahama Power Company wishes to clarify some misinformation that has recently appeared in the media as it relates to our rates and customers. GBPC seeks to foster an open relationship with all customers and we welcome the opportunity to share our plans and strategic objectives.
The Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC) held the opening ceremony on Tuesday, November 26, 2013 for their Biofuel Demonstration Project.
The Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC), in consultation with their regulators, the Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) has announced the development of an Economic Development Rate (EDR). The goals of the EDR are to attract new investment and encourage expansion of existing industrial and commercial business in Grand Bahama.
The Grand Bahama Power Company wishes to apologize to the businesses at the Freeport Harbour Company for the interruption in power that occurred today.
The Grand Bahama Power Company is pleased to have successfully concluded contract negotiations with members of the Commonwealth Electrical Workers Union.
The Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC) recently gave financial assistance to the Special Olympics program in Grand Bahama. The goal of the organization is to provide year round sports training and athletic competition, in a variety of sports, for individuals with intellectual disabilities.