MICAL MP V Alfred Gray charged that estimates used to calculate electricity bills at the Bahamas Electricity Corporation were unfair and detrimental to the less fortunate.
Mr Gray called on BEC to conduct meter-readings instead of estimates, which he felt did not accurately represent electricity use.
“BEC has an obligation to ensure that these meter-readings are accurate,” Mr Gray said.
“I am sick to the stomach because not only is my bill high but every island in my constituency, the electricity bill is totally out of control.”
Speaking in the House of Assembly on Wednesday, Mr Gray said he was not convinced that electricity monitors were being consistently monitored.
“I do not believe that these meters are being read.