Mon | Dec 18, 2017

Celebration for JPPC and JPS

Published:Friday | December 8, 2017 | 12:00 AM
Hooraay!The staff at Jamaica Private Power Company Limited (JPPC) strike a jubilant pose Wednesday night (December 6) as they celebrate the extension of their Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with JPS. The JPPC has formally extended its agreement to provide electricity to the Jamaica Public Service Company Limited (JPS) power grid for an additional period commencing in January 2018 and ending on December 31, 2024. The agreement will see JPPC supplying up to 60MW of electrical power to the JPS grid. The existing PPA between both parties is scheduled to end in early January 2018. *** Local Caption *** Contributed Photo Hooraay!The staff at Jamaica Private Power Company Limited (JPPC) celebrating on Wednesday after the extension of their Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with JPS was signed. 
Ingrid Christian-Baker (second left) puts the Office of Utilities Regulation's (OUR) director general, Ansord Hewitt (left) and his colleague, deputy director general, Hopeton Heron in a happy mood during the party at the Rockfort-based plant in Kingston on Wednesday (December 6) night.  Joining in the moment is Jose Sarmiento, an executive from IC Power (parent company of JPPC). The OUR executives dropped in to offer congratulations to the JPPC team.     *** Local Caption *** Contributed Photo Ingrid Christian-Baker (second left) has put from left: Director General of Office of Utilities Regulation's (OUR) Ansord Hewitt (left); Deputy Director General, Hopeton Heron in a happy mood during the party at the Rockfort-based plant in Kingston on Wednesday. Also sharing in the moment is Jose Sarmiento, an executive from IC Power (parent company of JPPC).
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The JPPC has formally extended its agreement to provide electricity to the Jamaica Public Service Company Limited (JPS) power grid commencing in January 2018 and ending on December 31, 2024. The agreement will see JPPC supplying up to 60MW of electrical power to the JPS grid. The existing PPA between both parties is scheduled to end in early January 2018. As the agreement was signed, it was a time to celebrate for all parties involved.