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Sen. Kwasi Thompson on Grand Bahama Power Company situation
By Minister of State for Grand Bahama Sen. Hon. J. Kwasi Thompson
Mar 19, 2019 - 10:39:27 PM

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The Government has been closely monitoring the Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC) situation and has been in communication with the GBPC since the story was first reported.

The Government is obviously very concerned for the businesses that have been impacted by the situation, their employees, customers, the Grand Bahama Power Co. and the wider community.

We are at a very early stage of what may become a much larger situation. However, the Government has encouraged all parties, particularly those businesses impacted and the Power Company, to seek a fair resolution, and has encouraged the GBPC to continue the dialogue started today with the impacted businesses and the wider community.

The Government will do what it can to assist and is hopeful that a resolution is in sight. 

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