Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC) received a written complaint from Operation Justice Bahamas related to the operations of GBPC, to which GBPC now responds.
Operation Justice Bahamas brought a formal complaint against Emera to the Prime Minister’s office and the Bahamian Consumer Protection Commission, which is legally obliged to conduct an investigation.
Operation Justice Bahamas officially filed complaints against the Grand Bahama Power Company, hand delivering documents to several companies.
Operation Justice Bahamas claims to have found evidence that the Grand Bahama Power Company has been using a less efficient steam unit to a greater capacity instead of the rented Aggrekko units, as a result customers have been billed an additional three cents to cover the cost of their full capacity.
President of Operation Justice Bahamas claims to have evidence that the Grand Bahama Power Company has been using its steam generators while charging more for fuel.
BTC CEO Geoff Houston announced that the first test 4G cell phone call and internet data session will pave the way for the long-awaited high-speed network to go live before Christmas.
Desalinating natural water into a precious commodity throughout The Bahamas has been the immediate goal of the government for the last 18 years.
Grand Bahama residents are questioning the practices of Nova Scotia-based Emera, which recently procured the Grand Bahama Power Company. Despite frequent and lengthy outages there has been a meteoric rise in rates.
Small hotel investors stand to benefit from the profitability of energy efficient architectural design. The Fichtner energy report revealed that most hotels produce high electrical costs that could be reduced by using products that improve energy efficiency.