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Guyana warns of blackouts until generators arrive

Saturday, August 15, 2009

The state-run power company is warning residents in this South American country to brace for months of rolling blackouts and limit energy consumption.
Demand has exceeded capacity, and all-day blackouts in some areas will continue until new generators are installed in October, said Guyana Power & Light CEO Bharat Dindyal.
He met late Wednesday with the utilities regulatory commission that says it has received numerous complaints from clients about voltage fluctuations ruining TVs and microwaves.
A weekly blackout guide published in Sunday newspapers is inaccurate because new areas experiencing problems have not been included, Dindyal said.

The company announced in June that it would access Venezuela's Petrocaribe fund to buy $30 million in generators to help end blackouts, which it blames on old equipment and contaminated fuel.

It also has requested a $40 million loan from China to update its electrical system.

Guyana Power & Light uses roughly 3,000 barrels of oil a day and has struggled to pay suppliers.




 
 
 
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rosemary.jamm@yahoo.com
Friday, August 12, 2011


 
Blackout
We need to stop depend on energy and start use renewable sources as our Earth is dying. We need to use what give us and stop recreate and change the order of things. Without order there's chaos which is why the majority of black people is so lost. Leave the white people to do them thing and let us go back to our true roots with respecting the earth Jah provide, which I'm still struggling with trying to live natural. The only way to do it is to leave Babylon and go home as we were shipped by pirates without choice.
By T @  


Monday, February 22, 2010


 
It's almost 2010
and they are still have electricity issues down in Guyana.....they need to fix this asap and GET PPP PNC LPC JBC all them assholes out of parliament, they ain't doing squat for the citizens of guyana
By MusicLVR @ USA NY 

jwel162003@yahoo.com
Thursday, November 19, 2009


 
AB
Comrade AB, with all due respect, how can any Government expect to make progress, when the Opposition is working to generate friction in the country!!
Unfortunately, the Burnham era mentality still exists even with the PPP ( bribe, coruption, red-tape). Will it ever end? Not in our lifetime brother!!
The ruling party is not perfect but its shure as hell betta that when the PNC was in govermnebt!!
By fairman @ usa 

fineman@Larepentair_cemetry.com
Friday, August 21, 2009


 
IS BOUT BLACK OUT NOT WHO DE IN POWER!
fineman you seem to miss the point, de article is about BLACK OUT, not who de in power. and in any case not because guyana used to black out since burnam time, mean it should continue.

I find the estimate of 3000 barrel of oil a day staggering. Guyana (and especially the ruling party) should concentrate on renewable energy source. We get nuff sunshine for solar energy and keiture fall for hydro electricity. we need a debate on this rather than the age old debate about who de in power.
By AB @ UK 


Wednesday, August 19, 2009


 
IS BOUT BLACK OUT NOT WHO DE IN POWER!
fineman you seem to miss the point, de ariticle is about BLACK OUT, not who de in power. and in any case not because guyana used to black out since burnam time, mean it should continue.

I find the estimate of 3000 barrel of oil a day staggering. Guyana (and especially the ruling party) should concentrate on renewable energy source. We get nuff sunshine for solar energy and keiture fall for hydro electricity. we need a debate on this rather than the age old debate about who de in power.
By AB @ UK 


Wednesday, August 19, 2009


 
Blackout
Blackout is nothing new to Guyanese. Since Burnham time, it was a problem, and it will continue to be a problem as long as the Opposition remain "negative" towards development of the country.
The PNC should drop the Burnham-era mentality and strive towards the upliftment of the Nation.
However, all dat them skunt is concerned about is how to get back into powah!!!
Rass clath, the PPP should rig elections to ensure them stay in govament!!
By fairman @ usa 

fineman@Larepentair_cemetry.com
Tuesday, August 18, 2009


 
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