2017 Year in Review


Non-Fuel Cost Chart

The non-fuel charge remained
the same in 2018. Over the last 24 years, the non-fuel charge has only increased by 3 cents.

Fuel Cost Chart

The fuel price increased due to higher world fuel prices. Throughout the year, Grenlec encouraged customers to be aware of the higher prices and to manage their bills by reducing their electricity usage.


2017 Year in Review

For over two decades, Grenlec has advanced renewable energy in Grenada. Grenlec’s Customer Renewable Energy Interconnection Programme and multi-site projects represent an innovative approach to increasing solar energy generation while overcoming the challenge of securing suitable, readily available land.

Together, Grenlec and our customers operate 2.7 MWp of renewable energy systems, representing 8.4% of peak demand. These systems collectively generated 3.3GWh in 2018 – enough electricity to power approximately 1,835 Grenadian homes and avoid carbon dioxide emissions of more than than 2,101 metric tonnes.



Since 1994, Grenlec has invested more than $22 million in a variety of education, sports, health & safety, culture and social services to best serve the people of our nation.


Health Services
Ambulance purchased in partnership with the Ministry
of Health.

Sports Program

Solar Energy for
Care Institutions
Dorothy Hopkin Home
Hillview Home
Charles Memorial Home
(to be handed over in 2019)

Debate Team

Grenlec Debates
Congratulations to all the
winners of the 11th Grenlec Debates and champion St. Joseph’s Convent, St. George’s.

Workshop Staff


Regional Restoration Efforts
Grenlec linemen helped to
restore power in Dominica
after Hurricane Irma.



Grenlec is proud to serve our nation, providing you reliable, high-quality service.