Date: 24 November 2023 Venue: Radisson Convention Center Time: 11:00am Theme: Independence. Motion: Be it resolved that Grenada maintains its system of Government as a monarchy. Proposition: Westmorland Secondary School – 312 points Coaches: Leah Wildman & Kate Lewis-Peters Debaters: India-Sky Phillip, Joseph DeSouza, Joshua Roberts, Lalita Chammas and Ojas Deokar
Grenlec is reminding customers about recent changes in the electricity bill. These changes introduced by the Public Utility Regulatory Commission (PURC) Interim Tariff determination means two new components, the Fuel Adjustment Clause and the Renewable Energy Charge, are now applicable to all customers. The Renewable Energy Charge was implemented in October 2023 to show
Grenlec is pleased to announce the successful culmination of its Community Partnership Initiative (GCPI) Proposal Writing Workshop series. The workshop series provided invaluable support to community groups, non-profit organisations and individuals seeking to enhance their project proposal writing skills. Over the course of four workshops, including Carriacou and Grenville, 90 participants actively engaged with
Grenada Electricity Services Ltd. (Grenlec) is notifying customers about two important changes to the electricity billing structure. These two new components are being implemented by the Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC), which has the authority under the Electricity Act to determine the electricity tariff-setting methodology. The first change, the Renewable Energy (RE) Charge was implemented on 1 October 2023. It reflects the impact of electricity
The Grenlec Community Partnership Initiative (GCPI) has issued a Call for Project Proposals for 2024. The Call invites established community groups and non-profit organisations in Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique to apply for grants to undertake projects in the areas of Social Services/Community Development, Education, Environment, Science and Technology/Energy, Sport, Arts, Heritage and Culture.