Twenty secondary school teams throughout Grenada are continuing their preparation for the start of the 10th season of the Grenlec Debates. 2014 champion, Bishop’s College will host Westerhall Secondary School on the first day of competition in Carriacou on Wednesday, 20 September. Addressing coaches and students at the start of competition, Prudence Greenidge – Corporate […]

The GCPI contributes to national development through partnerships with established community groups and non-profit organisations in Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique. Projects will be selected for funding in 2 main steps: 1. Completed Concept Notes not exceeding 2 pages will be reviewed. Do not include/send attachments 2. After our review of Concept Notes, projects will […]

Twelve Care Institutions across Grenada and Carriacou are beneficiaries of annual grants under the Grenlec Community Partnership Initiative (GCPI). Making a presentation marking the many years of Grenlec’s Partnership with Grenada’s Care Institutions, Marcia Hill, a senior staff member at Grenlec said, “Today we honour the essential work you do and are grateful for your […]

WRB/GPP’S BILLS PAID FOR BY THE GRENADIAN PEOPLE ST. GEORGE — The Government of Grenada continues to be concerned that GPP/WRB has sought international arbitration, in a premeditated action, instead of engaging with the Government to resolve the matter in a way that helps consumers and benefits the people of Grenada.

GRENLEC CO-HOSTS CARILEC LINESMAN SYMPOSIUM AND RODEO 2017 CASTRIES – Safety is an industry within the utility industry and the Line workers at the utilities are required to demonstrate this every day in the execution of their duties. CARILEC, in collaboration with GRENLEC has planned its 2017 Linesman Symposium and Rodeo in Grenada under the theme: […]

GRENLEC AND GTAWU SIGN SIX-YEAR COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT St. George — Grenada Electricity Services Ltd. (GRENLEC) says that it is pleased to announce the signing of the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the Company and the Grenada Technical and Allied Workers’ Union.

GRENADIANS TO PAY LESS FOR NON-FUEL ELECTRICITY CHARGES IN 2015 St. George — Come January 2015, Grenada Electricity Services’ (GRENLEC) customers will enjoy a reduction in the non-fuel charge on their electricity bills, based on an annual adjustment made by the company.

WRB STATEMENT REGARDING GRENLEC St. George — In recent weeks there have been various reports in the media regarding WRB Enterprises, Inc.’s investment in Grenada Electricity Services, Ltd (GRENLEC) and the possibility of it being acquired by different parties, including the Government of Grenada. In order to clear up some of the questions, WRB and […]

GOVERNMENT INTENDS TO BUY MAJORITY STAKE IN GRENLEC ST. GEORGE — Government has formally advised Grenada Private Power of its intention to purchase the majority stake in GRENLEC. This notification follows a notice to Government by Grenada Private Power (GPP) on September 19, 2013 giving the Government of Grenada the first option to purchase GPP’s […]

GRENLEC PAYS BILLS FOR 4 MORE LUCKY CUSTOMERS St. George — GRENLEC has paid the monthly electricity bill for 4 more customers who have won monthly draws in the GRENLEC Bill For Free Promotion (BFF).

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