Your safety is Grenlec’s priority

Renewable Energy in Action
Renewable Energy in Action

To ensure reliable service, Grenlec continuously makes system improvements to help restore power quickly and safely after a storm.

Renewable Energy in Action

PRIORITY POWER RESTORATION PLAN

Renewable Energy in Action

1. CRITICAL FACILITIES
Grenlec prioritises restoration of power to critical facilities, such as hospitals, police and fire departments, water supply pumps, and other emergency facilities.

Renewable Energy in Action

2. CUSTOMERS
Restoration of electricity to our commercial and industrial centres, followed by residential areas.

Renewable Energy in Action

This unfolding, methodical approach ensures that the highest-priority needs are met in the quickest possible time.

Renewable Energy in Action

WHAT YOU CAN DO AFTER A STORM
Please stay away from downed power lines. Assume all wires on the ground are electrically charged. This includes cable TV feeds.

Avoid water that is in contact with downed utility poles and lines.

Inform Grenlec about low-hanging, damaged or downed power lines, electricity poles, or other safety threats.

Call us at 237 or 440-2097 to report outages or emergencies.

If your home has sustained flood or water damage, and you can safely get to the main breaker or fuse box, turn off the power.

Have a licensed wireman check your home for damage before using electricity again.

Your safety is our priority. To learn more about what to do before, during, or after a storm, please visit our website.

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How to Prepare

How to Prepare

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