Bahamas Chamber of Commerce urges gov't to address energy concerns

The Bahamas Chamber of Commerce executive has issued a warning to the Government to get serious about addressing energy concerns.
Debbie Deal, head of the chamber's energy and environment division, told Eyewitness News that the country's energy concerns should be at the forefront of the next administration's agenda as it is a key issue for local businesses and residents as well as foreign investors.
Citizens of the Bahamas will elect a new government on Thursday.
Bahamas Power & Light has noted in its 2020-2025 strategic plan that it is in a state of readiness and awaits government authorisation to go to market with its rate reduction bond, which it anticipates it will be able to close by December.

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