The Keith Mitchell-led government in St. George’s has turned to local constitutional expert, Dr. Francis Alexis, QC to help fight the U.S-based company, WRB Enterprises and its sole electricity provider on the island, GRENLEC on a controversial levy. Dr. Alexis headed a five-member team of attorneys assembled by the State last week Thursday to defend […]

GCPI IS NOT A PASS-THROUGH CHARGE TO CONSUMERS The Government of Grenada’s press release last week incorrectly states that the Grenlec Community Partnership Initiative (GCPI) has been funded as a direct “pass through” charge to Grenadian consumers. This is totally false. To set the record straight: the GCPI has not, and has never been, funded […]

The Government of Grenada, in close coordination with international consultants engaged under the World Bank-sponsored ECERA Project, conducted a comprehensive review of the electricity sector on the island.  The result of two years’ worth of consultations with leading figures in the industry is the new Electricity Supply Act of 2016.  Focusing on Grenada’s potential for […]

Grenlec is committed to providing our customers throughout Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique with world-class electricity service. As a publicly traded company with numerous shareholders, we have a duty to set the record straight about issues related to our operations and our integrity. Below are some of the recent untruthful statements made about our Company […]

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