JPS to Launch Radical Community Renewal Programme on May 26

Early & Consistent Newly Regularized Customers to Get Health Cards, Tablets, Data May 20, 2021 The JPS Community Renewal Programme is taking a radical approach to regularizing new customers in vulnerable communities. The programme will see early and consistent newly regularized customers having access to a choice of social incentives, including health insurance cards, tablets […]

First Public Electric Vehicle Charging Station Opened – Signals Start of Transportation Revolution for Jamaica

    May 7, 2021 This morning (May 7), JPS commissioned the first public electric vehicle charging station on the island. The move signals the anticipated change in the tide of vehicle usage from the traditional internal combustion engine, to electric vehicles (EVs). The EV Charging Station, dubbed the JPS Charge ‘N Go, is located […]

JPS Protection System on Track to Achieving International Certification

Company now in second-phase of ISO certification for Quality Management System April 23, 2021 JPS is on track to achieving globally recognized certification from the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), for its System Protection and Control Department.  The process is being conducted through the National Certification Body of Jamaica.  This would translate to ongoing service reliability improvements for […]

Electric Vehicles Would Save Jamaica Millions of Dollars – IDB

April 8, 2021 “If Jamaica were to electrify 12 to 16% of its private and public fleets, the economy would benefit from approximately 2% of the GDP.”  This recent revelation came from Therese Turner-Jones, the General Manager of the Inter-American Development Bank’s (IDB) Country Department Caribbean Group and Jamaica Country Representative.  Ms. Turner-Jones was speaking […]

JPS Working in 9 Communities to Help Persons become Legal Customers Residents Encouraged to get premises wired and passed for legalization

March 10, 2021  JPS will be working in nine (9) communities over the next 6 months, to help persons become legal customers.  This will take place through an upgrade of the electricity infrastructure serving these areas, in addition to discussions with key stakeholders, including political representatives.  The upgrade will result in improved power quality, safer […]