The Government of Grenada will on Wednesday, 27 April 2016, hold a National Consultation on the draft Electricity Supply (Customer Service) Regulations 2016. The Consultation will be held at the Grenada Trade Centre commencing 9 am.
The Customer Service Regulations is a set of standard terms and conditions that govern the provision of electricity service by the network license (GRENLEC) to its customers. It serves as a “standard contract” between the licensee and customers for the supply of electricity.
In addition, consultations will be held with focus stakeholder groups on draft Electricity Supply Regulations at the Radisson Grenada Beach Resort, Grand Anse – Greenery Room, as follows:
Thursday, 28 April 2016:
- draft Electricity Supply (Electricity Safety) Regulations 2016;
- draft Electricity Supply (Authorisation) Regulations 2016;and
- draft Electricity Supply (Integrated Resource Planning and Procurement) Regulations 2016.
Friday, 29 April 2016:
- draft Electricity Supply (Rates and Standards) Regulations 2016
These Consultations will be facilitated by Consultants contracted under the Eastern Caribbean Energy Regulatory Authority (ECERA) Project, on behalf of the Government of Grenada.
The Ministry of Finance and Energy encourages all to participate in these consultations. The general public is particularly encouraged to participate in the public consultation Wednesday, 27 April 2016, at the Grenada Trade Centre.
The Ministry encourages all persons to review the document prior to the consultation to allow for meaningful feedback. Kindly note that printed copies of the document will not be made available at the consultation. Accordingly, all participants are encouraged to bring their copy of the document to the consultation.
All persons wishing to participate in the public consultation must contact the Ministry of Finance by 11 am on Tuesday, 26 April 2016 so that the necessary logistical arrangements can be made. The Ministry can be contacted at (473) 435-0057 or [email protected].
Ministry of Finance & Energy