The Grand Bahama Power Company wishes to apologize to the public for the interruption in power that occurred yesterday.
The Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC) announced today the launch of a formal customer reconnection program. Beginning Monday, June 3rd, 2013, all residential customers who have had electric services disconnected for non-payment, will be given a period of two weeks to come in to the Freeport downtown location and register for the reconnection program.
Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC) was pleased to made a donation in support of The Bahamas Primary Student of the Year (BPSY) awards program earlier this month.
Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC) parent Emera Inc. of Halifax, Canada announced three changes in executive leadership this morning, including a change in title and scope of responsibility for GBPC’s President and Chief Executive Officer Sarah MacDonald.
GBPC has invested in a comprehensive, twenty-week training program for its plant operators.
Critical Outage for East Grand Bahama scheduled for November 21, 2012
The Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC) wishes to apologize to the public for the widespread interruption in service last evening which impacted customers for up to two hours.
Grand Bahama Power Company wishes to advise our customers to exercise extreme caution during the storm.
Grand Bahama Power Company wishes to inform that we will not be performing a planned shutdown of our systems. We will continue to provide power to our customers as long as wind speeds and safe operations allow.
In order to bring improvements to our operations and stabilize energy costs for customers, Grand Bahama Power Company is reorganizing roles and accountabilities throughout the organization.