Tag: electricity

‘Bright Christmas’ for Region One residents

‘Bright Christmas’ for Region One residents

- September 2, 2022

─ as new grids, generators to be installed Communities in Region One (Barima-Waini) will have a bright Christmas this year, ... Read More

Karrau’s electricity situation to be addressed

Karrau’s electricity situation to be addressed

- May 9, 2022

Residents of Karrau in Region Seven, will  benefit from a more reliable supply of electricity, as government plans to procure ... Read More

Even more benefits in store for Lindeners – President Ali

Even more benefits in store for Lindeners – President Ali

- April 10, 2022

─ rubbishes Norton claims of removal of electricity subsidy His Excellency, Dr. Mohamed Irfaan Ali has assured residents of Linden, ... Read More

Linden electricity subsidy will not be removed – VP Jagdeo

Linden electricity subsidy will not be removed – VP Jagdeo

- April 10, 2022

Vice President, Dr Bharrat Jagdeo and Prime Minister Brigadier (Ret’d) Mark Phillips have both emphatically rejected the allegation that the ... Read More

Finance Minister condemns repeat of pre-2015 misinformation campaign against Amaila Falls and other major development projects

Finance Minister condemns repeat of pre-2015 misinformation campaign against Amaila Falls and other major development projects

- February 28, 2022

Senior Minister in the Office of the President with Responsibility for Finance Dr. Ashni Singh today condemned what he termed ... Read More

Region One chairman applauds Govt’s electricity programme

Region One chairman applauds Govt’s electricity programme

- February 22, 2022

Regional Chairman of Barima-Waini (Region One), Brentnol Ashley has given a thumbs up to the government for the reliable supply ... Read More

The PPP/C Government’s Ease of Doing Business agenda

The PPP/C Government’s Ease of Doing Business agenda

- February 1, 2022

The oil and gas industry has done wonders for the investment climate in Guyana. On top of that, the PPP/C ... Read More

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