Over the last six years, Grenlec has contributed more than $1.5 million to support health services in our tri-island state. More recently, Grenlec partnered with the Ministry of Health to purchase an ambulance. Grenlec believes that everyone should have access to good health and well-being. It’s part of our commitment to social responsibility.
Monday, 13 November 2017: The St. Andrew’s Anglican Secondary School (SAASS) is celebrating the rewards of its success in the Grenlec Debates over the years.The school has now added a new gym facility that was funded through project awards that SAASS earned in the Grenlec Debates. Speaking during the blessing of the facility, Dianne Abel-Jeffrey –
The Grenlec Community Partnership Initiative is proud to contribute $55,000 this year for equipment and supplies to Grenada Amateur Swimming Association for the Good Hope Pool. The project will enhance Grenada’s swimming programmes. “A big ‘thank you’ to Grenlec for their contribution in the development of swimming in Grenada, and to enhance the facility and
Thursday, 26 March 2015: GRENLEC was among the partners that joined the Ministry of Carriacou & Petite Martinique Affairs for the commissioning of the 113.40 kW Solar PV Plant at Limlair Carriacou, the largest single PV Farm throughout the tri-island.As part of Grenlec’s Community Partnership Initiative (GCPI), the Company contributed just over $60,000 toward this
Monday, 20 June 2016: Continuing its long tradition of fostering sport and youth, the Grenada Electricity Services has again joined forces with the Grenada Olympic Committee to support Team Grenada for the upcoming Rio Olympics. Making the presentation ahead of the Olympic Day Run activities on Saturday, 18 June 2016, Ms. Karel Hood, an
With only two months left until Grenada hosts CARIFTA 2016, Grenlec is pleased to be passing the Grenlec Community Partnership baton to the local organizing committee in Grenada. Under the Grenlec Community Partnership Initiative, the company partnered with the organizers of CARIFTA by providing $50,000XCD towards the hosting of the event. Speaking at the
Monday, 19 October 2015: Students throughout Grenada and Carriacou are the beneficiaries of four recent Grenlec initiatives. Completing the initiatives, on Thursday, 15 October, Grenlec presented to the J.J. Robinson Trust to meet tuition costs for fourteen students attending TAMCC. Making the presentation, Kathy-Ann Thompson, a Grenlec Supervisor, congratulated the Trust on its work
GRENLEC Partners with University of the West Indies and Coop Bank on Lecture Series.