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Power Connection Newsletter Jul - Dec 2018

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POWER CONNECTION July – December 2018 Minister of National Security- the Honourable Stuart Young (centre), third from left PowerGen’s General Manager- Mr. Surindranath Ramsingh, second from left T&TEC’s General Manager - Mr. Kelvin Ramsook and other energy industry leaders pose for a group photo after signing the Energy Sector Security Initiative (ESSI) Memorandum of Understanding. POWERGEN SIGNS ON TO ENERGY SECTOR SECURITY INITIATIVE (ESSI) Inside this issue: 12 Community Relations Page 3 Committee upgrades 06 PowerGen considers PowerGen’s Cedros 15 A Time For Giving – Renewable Energy Bus Shed PowerGen Children’s Opportunities Community Christmas Treat

04 PowerGen co-hosts CARILEC C ntents Engineering Conference 2018 10 PowerGen marks 05 PowerGen Point Lisas 23rd Year of the commissions Hydrogen Vacation Trainee plant to improve reliability Programme 06 PowerGen considers 11 PowerGen hosts stakeholders Renewable Energy at CPL Finals 2018 Opportunities Employee Relations Committee hosts Chowdown Challenge 07 Getting To Know You: Dharmendra Singh 08-09 Spreading The Christmas Joy Pt. Lisas’ Chowers chow Hott Wire Sources of At PowerGen’s Annual presentation Pt. Lisas’ chow presentation Children’s Christmas Party 2018 12 Community Relations Committee upgrades PowerGen’s Cedros Bus Shed 13 PowerGen offers assistance to flood victims 14 Staff Movements 15 A Time For Giving – PowerGen Children’s Community Christmas Treat PowerGen reaching out at Christmas — Year End Hampers 2018 16 Remember When 2 OUR VISION IS TO BE THE LEADING SUPPLIER OF QUALITY ENERGY, COMMITTED TO THE NEEDS OF OUR CUSTOMERS AND SENSITIVE TO THE ENVIRONMENT.

Minister of National Security- the Honourable Stuart Young (centre), third from left PowerGen’s General Manager- Mr. Surindranath Ramsingh, second from left T&TEC’s General Manager - Mr. Kelvin Ramsook and other energy industry leaders pose for group photo after signing the Energy Sector Security Initiative (ESSI) Memorandum of Understanding. PowerGen signs on to Energy Sector Security Initiative (ESSI) On Tuesday 27th November, PowerGen was amongst these (ESSI). The main goal of this 2018, Minister of National Security, companies involved in the signing partnership is to create a long- the Honourable Stuart Young, along with other major stakeholders lasting method to reduce any signed a historic Memorandum in the energy sector such as vulnerabilities and disruption to the of Understanding (MOU) with Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Energy sector and by extension, the stakeholders in the energy sector. Commission (T&TEC), The National nation’s citizenry. PowerGen’s General Manager- Gas Company of Trinidad and Mr. Surindranath Ramsingh was in Tobago Limited (NGC), Atlantic attendance for the signing of the LNG Company of Trinidad and MOU. Tobago, Point Lisas Industrial Port Development Corporation Limited, The MOU was initiated to form National Energy Corporation of stronger relationships with the Trinidad and Tobago, DeNovo energy sector and the Ministry. Energy Limited, YARA Trinidad Additionally, the Minister hoped to Limited and the National Petroleum increase the sharing of security- Marketing Company Limited (NP). related information within the industry to maintain safety and This public-private sector boost co-operation amongst the partnership is a product of the companies and the government. Energy Sector Security Initiative OUR MISSION IS TO EXCEED OUR CUSTOMERS EXPECTATIONS FOR QUALITY ENERGY IN 3 A SAFE AND ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE MANNER, CREATING VALUE FOR OUR CUSTOMERS, EMPLOYEES AND SHAREHOLDERS.

PowerGen co-hosts CARILEC Engineering Conference 2018 The 2018 CARILEC Engineering From left to right: Mr. Jeffrey Locke, Chairman of CARILEC, Professor Conference and Exhibition was Chandrabhan Sharma, Deputy Dean – UWI Faculty of Engineering, Mr. held in Trinidad from July 22nd Surindranath Ramsingh, General Manager – PowerGen, Ms. Jacqueline Look -26th July, 2018. PowerGen was Loy, General Manager – Trinity Power Limited, Mr. Kelvin Ramsook, General proud to sponsor the Opening Manager – T&TEC, Mr. Gary Joseph, Acting Permanent Secretary – Ministry of Ceremony of the Conference and Public Utilities and Dr. Cletus Bertin, Executive Director – CARILEC. serve as co-hosts with the Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission Mr. Jeffrey Locke, Chairman of collaboration this Conference (T&TEC) and Trinity Power Limited. CARILEC, presents a Token of affords our employees and yours Appreciation to PowerGen’s General as an invaluable opportunity to The regional Conference Manager, Mr. Surindranath Ramsingh. share established practices and attracted delegates from across to discuss novel ideas; all in the the Caribbean, focusing on the In delivering Welcome Remarks name of progress. This is what is theme, “Creating a Next GEN at the Opening Ceremony, common amongst us; our passion Utility: Power Infrastructure in PowerGen’s General Manager, for enhancement of the electrical the Spotlight.” In addition to Mr. Surindranath Ramsingh sector across our region, for we the networking benefits of the stated, “PowerGen sees the facilitate an almost indispensable Conference, knowledge sharing is service in our countries.” also an important element of the Conference. PowerGen, pledged its assistance to this Conference without PowerGen was well represented hesitation, for one of the aims of at the Conference which the Conference is directly related featured presentations by our to one of our own aims which is employees. Mr. Ian Ramsingh, the continuous learning, training Operations Systems Technology and retraining of our employees Support Specialist, presented on for the future. the capability of Computerized Maintenance Management Systems CMMS (MAXIMO) to facilitate and manage Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) on aging assets. Mr. Ravindranath Goswami, Information Resources Manager, presented on Infrastructure Resilience – Innovative and Cost Effective Options for Power Utilities using Information and Communications Technology. In addition, Mr. Resham Rambaran, O&M Engineer II and Mr. Anthony Aleong, Project Consultant, presented on PowerGen’s Point Lisas Power Station 132kV Substation Protection, Control and Monitoring System Upgrade. 4

PowerGen Point Lisas commissions Hydrogen plant to improve reliability In order to increase reliability was purchased in 100lb-bottles This means that hydrogen for our of the 1994 PPA units at Point from a supplier in the Point Lisas operations is now sourced at a lower Lisas, PowerGen commissioned Industrial Estate. cost. In addition, having our own a hydrogen producing plant at hydrogen plant mitigates against the Point Lisas Power Station on 2nd The hydrogen plant runs off risk of scarcity of supply, increases November, 2018. The project was auxiliary power and uses water the reliability of our generators and managed by Mr. Eddy Nicholas of the to produce hydrogen gas at very decreases our operating cost at the ERSS department and installation high purity levels to ensure proper Point Lisas Power Station. started on 17th September, 2018. cooling of our generators at Point The hydrogen gas is required to Lisas. The plant is connected to the cool the generators on units 5 to units using a range system and the 12. Prior to the installation of our ability to fill from the hydrogen plant hydrogen plant, the hydrogen gas and use bottles as a secondary means to the units is still available. 5

PowerGen considers Renewable Energy Opportunities The Government of the Republic of Renewable Energy market will also advised by the MEEI that its proposal Trinidad and Tobago has committed lead to the economic diversification had been shortlisted to advance to the incorporation of Renewable of the domestic energy sector. to the Request for Proposal (RFP) Energy into the energy supply, with Stage. PowerGen collected the its goal of achieving 10% of total  As such, following the issuance RFP documents from the MEEI on power generation from Renewable by the Ministry of Energy & Energy November 26, 2018 and is due to Energy by 2021. It is hoped that the Industries’ (MEEI) of a Request submit its proposals on or before incorporation of Renewable Energy for Submission of Expressions of June 28, 2019, the deadline date for into the domestic energy mix will Interest for Utility Scale Renewable submission.    lead to a diversification of energy Energy Projects, PowerGen sources that will displace local submitted its Expression of Interest  PowerGen hopes that it can be consumption of oil and gas, whilst dated March 08, 2018.  PowerGen successful in its bid and be able at the same time making additional selected a megawatt scale solar to contribute to the initiation and volumes available for export, thereby photovoltaic (PV) power plant development of the Renewable generating more foreign exchange. as the form of renewable power Energy market in Trinidad and Fostering development of the local generation for its proposal.  On Tobago. November 20, 2018, PowerGen was The Flange to Flange upgrade in 2016 at our Penal Power DID YOU plant has realised natural gas savings equivalent to the KNOW? fuel used by a Boeing 747 for a 5-hour flight from Trinidad to New York every day for a whole year. 6

Dharmendra Singh Head - Finance And Risk Mr. Dharmendra Singh was 7. How do you deal with challenges and constraints while appointed to the position of Head – Finance and Risk on November 1, staying focused? 2017. Mr. Singh is a Chartered Accountant I stay calm under stressful situations, all the while believing in myself; with over nineteen (19) years’ experience in a heavy industrial I seek advice from experienced people and I am not afraid to take environment.  He holds professional accounting qualifications risks. from The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA). Mr. Singh is a fellow of the ACCA and an affiliate of the Institute of 8. If you were given the opportunity to choose another Chartered Accountants of Trinidad and Tobago (ICATT). profession what would it be and why? He held the position of Finance Manager at ArcelorMittal Steel Law. I always wanted to become an attorney-at-law as I think I from 1998 to 2002, and a similar position at Industrial Plant Services possess great debating skills and could defend any position that Limited (IPSL) from 2002 to 2011.  He spent two years as Materials I adopt. Manager at IPSL before returning to ArcelorMittal Point Lisas Limited in 2013 as Corporate Controller, a position which he held until the 9. Why did you choose PowerGen as your employer of company’s retirement from the Trinidad market.  Most recently he held the position of Chief Financial Officer at three (3) Ansa McAl choice? companies – Ansa Chemicals, Easi Industries and Trinidad Match.  PowerGen allows me the opportunity to be able to achieve my professional and personal goals. Mr. Singh is an avid sport enthusiast and in his spare time, enjoys playing cricket.   10. What are your expectations now that you are a part 1. What are some of your main values and virtues that you will of the PowerGen family? I expect to assist in shaping the new footprint of the Company in an like to see reflected in the culture of the company? increasingly competitive and challenging environment. I believe in accountability and fairness, which are values that are embodied in the Company’s core values also. I would like to see people practice the 11. What would you say is one of the most innovative Company’s core values more frequently. things you can contribute to the Company? 2. In your opinion, what is the most rewarding way of I am of the view that I can make PowerGen a more cost-focused company and foster more accountability in the Company. acknowledging good performance? By giving verbal commendation accompanied by a small token of appreciation. 12. What was the most inspirational moment of your 3. What upcoming company events/initiatives are you most life? My most inspirational moment was when I completed the foundation excited about? stage of ACCA which led to my first job at an auditing firm I had I am looking forward to the 2018/19 Employee Recognition and Awards always aspired to work with. This spurred me to expedite the Ceremony. completion of ACCA thereby advancing my career at a faster pace. 4. What is the best way to describe your leadership style? 13. How do you relax after a hard day of work? I believe that I am more a democratic leader. I spend time with my immediate family and also exercise. 5. What is your philosophy to stay driven and motivated? 14. What would of advice would you like to give to I stay focused on the big picture and do not get bogged down by insignificant employees of the company? matters. Based on my years of experience at other organisations, I can say with certainty that PowerGen is an excellent company to work with 6. What would you describe as one of the most rewarding and we should all work together to ensure sustainability of the Company going forward. moments of your career? My dream has always been to reach the top of my profession so when I first became a Chief Financial Officer in October 2016, this was a memorable occasion for me. 7

SPREADING THE CHRISTMAS JOY AT POWERGEN’S ANNUAL CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS PARTY 2018 PowerGen’s Annual Children’s Christmas Party was hosted at FunStation, La Romaine on November 25th, 2018. The children were in full Christmas spirit while being treated to numerous games both indoor and outdoor including a Toddler’s Play Area for the babies, a Bouncy Castle which was enjoyed by children of all ages and Rock climbing for the kids who enjoyed a little more adventure. Each child was given a party bag along with a gift from Santa Claus. They were also treated to delicious delicacies such as cotton candy, ice cream and popcorn. Aunty Nikki led the festivities as our host and was accompanied by her friends Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Bob the Minion and Iron Man. We were delighted to be a part of the Christmas cheer by putting smiles on the faces of these adoring children. 8


Vacation Trainees pose with Feature Speaker and past Vacation Trainee - Mr. Daniel Francis (seated). PowerGen marks 23rd Year of the Vacation Trainee Programme On July 16th, 2018, PowerGen at PowerGen as a real work PowerGen’s launched its 23rd Vacation experience and an opportunity General Manager- Trainee Programme. Under to showcase their talents to Mr. Surindaranth this programme, PoweGen a potential future employer. Ramsingh address provided approximately 18 Mr. Surindranath Ramsingh, General the trainees. students valuable exposure to the Manager welcomed the trainees working environment in various to the programme and highlighted from the next generation of departments across the company. the purpose of the internship and thinkers who are moving toward The aim of the Vacation Trainee the expectations of the Human a promising future. This year there Programme is to help bridge the Resources Department. were four (4) groups who made gap between theoretical principles presentations to the General learnt and the practical world Mr. Daniel Francis, REBITT Manager, and members of the of work. delivered the feature speech as Executive and Plant management on their final day – August 24th, The one-day orientation well as the Vacation Trainee 2018. session was held at Experience. PowerGen’s Training and Each trainee was then presented Development Center As part of their with a certificate and tokens for on the Point Lisas development, all vacation their zealous efforts in making the Industrial Estate. trainees were placed in 2018 Vacation Trainee Programme a Mrs. Sophia success. Brathwaite- groups and given the Hamlet, Senior challenge to Human Resources develop S.U.R.G.E. Generalist, (Solution encouraged them Undertaken to to view their tenure Result in Greater 10 Efficiency) Projects. S.U.R.G.E. is a chance for PowerGen to benefit Mrs. Sophia Brathwaite-Hamlet discusses the programme with the trainees.

PowerGen hosts stakeholders From left – Mr. Kelvin Ramsook – General Manager at CPL Finals 2018 – T&TEC, Senator Robert Le Hunte – Minister of Public Utilities, Mr. Damian Obiglio – Chairman of PowerGen is a committed sponsor – Chairman of PowerGen’s PowerGen’s Management Committee and of youth cricket development Management Committee and Mr. Surindranath Ramsingh – General Manager – and enhancement at all levels T&TEC’s General Manager – PowerGen. from secondary school, youth Mr. Kelvin Ramsook, members development and our senior of PowerGen’s executive and Mrs. Joanne Ramsingh and PowerGen’s General national team. PowerGen’s General employees. Manager- Mr. Surindranth Ramsingh enjoy the Manager – Mr. Surindranath match with employees and guests. Ramsingh hosted a few special The match proved to be a invited guests at the finals of the thrilling one that had the spectators Trinbago Knight Riders for an exciting Caribbean Premiere League (CPL) enthralled by the action on the battle which saw them defeat the Guyana held at the Brian Lara Cricket pitch. Many of the Trinbago Knight Amazon Warriors and retain the CPL T20 Academy in Tarouba on September Riders’ players were beneficiaries crown. 16th, 2018. of PowerGen’s 23-year sponsorship of the Secondary Schools Cricket Among the specially invited guests League (SSCL) including Dwayne were Senator the Honourable Bravo and Amir Jangoo who Robert Le Hunte - Minister of graduated from the SSCL in 2016. Public Utilities, Mr. Damian Obiglio We extend congratulations to the Employee Relations Committee hosts Chowdown Challenge PowerGen ‘s Employee Relations Penal judges taste and evaluate second Committee of PowerGen hosted their place winners — Bodow Colada. first Chowdown Challenge in a chow making competition to challenge Overall Penal Best Chow winners employees to create some exotic — Tongue Lashers. chow flavours. The competition was hosted on September 27th, 2018 at Supply Chain Hotties pose proudly with Pt. Lisas judges taste and evaluate overall the Point Lisas Plant and on Friday their chow presentation. winners — Hot Wire Sourcers. September 28th, 2018 at the Penal Power Station. second and Bodow Colada from the with and without pepper. HSE department winning third place. The event was a great success Employees from both locations Among the categories of judging eagerly organised teams to participate were: Presentation (Decorations/visual based on participation and help in competing for bragging rights and appeal), Taste, most exotic Chow (Must engendering teamwork amongst prizes. Point Lisas plant gathered three be fruit or vegetable based), Best chow employees working out of the office, teams: Supply Chain Hotties from the encouraging creativity and camaraderie. Supply Chain department, Hott Wire Teams are clamouring for an eagerly Sourcers from E&I Department and contested rematch for the 2019 Chowers from Outage Management. edition. Hott Wire Sources won five out of the six categories placing first overall, with Supply Chain Hotties placing second and Chowers copping third place. The Penal Power Station came out in full force to participate entering seven teams: Tongue Lashers from the Administrative Department placing first overall, Real Men of Salt and Pepper from the Mechanical Engineering department coming in 11

Members of the Community Relations Committee pose in front of the upgraded Bus Shed (not pictured is Chairwoman - Lizz Martin) Members of the Community Relations Committee install signage. Members of the Community The Community Relations Committee visited Communitty Relations the PowerGen-maintained bus shed in Cedros Committee at work. to perform upgrade works on July 13th, 2018. The bus shed, which was built five years ago Relations in December 2013, was part of a community Committee enhancement drive undertaken by the upgrades Community Relations’ Committee. PowerGen’s Cedros Bus Shed The day’s activities also included interacting with members of the Cedros community and Committee member Samson Samaroo distributing PowerGen T-Shirts. Members of presents a bus driver with a T-Shirt. the community were very vocal on the bus shed’s importance to the community and 12 expressed their appreciation to PowerGen for its upkeep and maintenance. As part of the upgrade, signs were installed within the bus shed which featured PowerGen’s plants, with the intention of giving users and passersby a better understanding of PowerGen’s core business. PowerGen sees this initiative as an opportunity to live our core value, We Care for our Country.

PowerGen offers assistance to flood victims In October and November 2018, citizens in East and South Trinidad were impacted by unprecedented floods. As a caring corporate citizen, PowerGen contacted affected individuals from the employee body and made considerable donations to assist the families and individuals to regain normalcy in their daily lives. These donations were made to four persons. Our fence line Penal community was also affected by the November 2019 flooding and we were glad to assist individuals in that community. Penal pant employees also collected clothing, supplies and donation and were able to respond quickly to members of the community in need of urgent assistance. In this instance PowerGen has opted to donate discreetly at the request of the recipients. PowerGen remains committed to demonstrating our Core Value, “We Care for Our Country”. FLOODING ADVICE: BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER A FLOOD Before a Flood • Be prepared to evacuate at a moment’s notice. • Maintain good hygiene during flood cleanup • Have an emergency plan in place. • When a flood or flash flood warning is issued by minimising contact with floodwater or • Know the flooding risk in your community. anything that may have come in contact with it. • Ensure your home owners insurance is up to for your area, head for higher ground or a shelter and stay there. • Wear protective clothing, including rubber date. • Avoid walking and driving through flooded boots or sturdy boots, safety glasses, hard hat, • Know and practice evacuation routes. waters. They could be deeper than you think. rubber gloves and a dust mask. • Monitor local weather and alerts and follow • Keep children and pets away from flood water. • Be especially cautious at night when it is harder • D o not use water that could be contaminated. instructions if told to evacuate. to recognise flood danger. • D iscard any food items which may have been • Protect your valuables in waterproof containers. After a Flood • Place them above potential water levels. • Continue to take precautions and listen to and in contact with flood waters. When in doubt, • Raise large appliances above the potential follow directions from local authorities. throw it out! • Be alert for further instructions from officials • D o not use any appliances, heating, pressure, water level from a flood. - listen to the radio, watch your local news or sewage system until electrical components • Check that your roof and eaves are draining channels, and/or follow your local news outlet are dry and have been inspected by a qualified and/or emergency officials on social media. electrician. properly in heavy rains. • Do not return home until you are advised it is • Check with local authorities or your regional • Talk with your family and neighbours about safe to do so. corporation on how to properly dispose of • Contact your insurance company and let them damaged items from your home. what you would do during a flood. know what happened. They will want to know a Adapted from Red Cross guidelines • Have practice drills with your family, so you record of damage to your home and belongings and may request photos or video. know what to do and are prepared. During a Flood • Listen to area radio and television stations for possible flood warnings and reports of flooding in progress. 13

STAFF MOVEMENTS: NAME PREVIOUS CHANGE REASON DEPARTMENT DATE POSITION (mm/dd/yy) HEAD OFFICE & SUPPORT DEPARTMENTS Chrislyn Mark-Collins Internal Auditor II Internal Auditor I Upgrade Internal Audit 07/01/2018 Christine Jaggassar Internal Audit 07/01/2018 Sunil Ramroop Internal Auditor I Senior Internal Auditor Upgrade Information 09/01/2018 Resources Leon Cooper Information Resources Senior Information Upgrade ERSS 11/30/2018 Analyst I Resources Analyst Department Manager Retirement - Operations PENAL POWER STATION Mitra Sinanan Operator III Operator II Upgrade Operations 11/01/2018 Kari Singh Promotion Internal Audit 12/01/2018 Rawle Frank Project Analyst Senior Project Analyst Retirement Maintenance 10/31/2018 Gobin Lalgee Retirement Operations 11/30/2018 Charitar Koylass Manager - Projects Retirement Maintenance 11/30/2018 Operator I 12/31/2018 Senior E/I Technician 09/30/2018 09/30/2018 PT LISAS POWER STATION 09/30/2018 09/01/2018 Ken Martin Corbett Senior Mechanical Retiree Early Retirement Maintenance Dept 09/01/2018 Technician 09/01/2018 Retiree Early Retirement Maintenance Dept 09/01/2018 Lennox Edwards Senior E&I Technician Retiree Retirement Maintenance Dept 09/01/2018 Retiree Retirement Maintenance Dept 07/01/2018 Wayne Knights E&I Supervisor Mechanical Technician I Upgrade Maintenance Dept 07/01/2018 Mechanical Technician I Upgrade Maintenance Dept 07/01/2018 Stephen Rennie Mechanical Technician II Mechanical Technician I Upgrade Maintenance Dept 07/01/2018 Mechanical Technician I Upgrade Maintenance Dept 10/01/2017 Vekesh Arjoon Mechanical Technician II Mechanical Technician I Upgrade Maintenance Dept 10/01/2017 Mechanical Technician I Upgrade Maintenance Dept Surendra Deokienath Mechanical Technician II Mechanical Technician II Upgrade Maintenance Dept E&I Technician I Upgrade Maintenance Dept Rickie Indar Mechanical Technician II E&I Technician I Upgrade Maintenance Dept Operator I Upgrade Operations Dept Glen Roopchand Mechanical Technician II Operator I Upgrade Operations Dept Rod Seecharan Mechanical Technician II Kenrick James Mechanical Technician II Chaitram Seepersad Mechanical Technician III Ramnath Harribance E&I Technician II Brijnath Mahabir E&I Technician II Donny Ali Operator II Kevin Kanhai Opeartor II 14

PowerGen’s A TIME FOR GIVING Community Relations Committee –POWERGEN CHILDREN’S hosted one hundred and fifty COMMUNITY (150) children at Chuck E. Cheese’s Chaguanas location CHRISTMAS TREAT on December 11th, 2018 to celebrate the season of giving a gift and a party bag. in the Christmas season. The memories of Santa Children and their teachers will dance in their minds from schools across Trinidad as they were given the were eager to partake in the opportunity to meet various games and rides for a Santa and sit on his lap day of fun and laughter. while telling him their Christmas wish list. Treats such as cotton candy, The Community Relations ice cream and popcorn were Committee were overjoyed to given to each child along with spend a wonderful time with these children. The hard work of the Committee was worth it as many smiles were seen during that day. POWERGEN REACHING OUT AT CHRISTMAS — YEAR END HAMPERS 2018 PowerGen continued to warm the hearts of the less families. This drive served as prove our dedication and privileged across the country. an opportunity to make a goodwill to the betterment tangible impact in the quality of the lives of citizens in The hampers included of life of families in our our fence line communities grocery items and toiletries fence line communities. by distributing ninety (90) which were well received. hampers to less fortunate The Community Relations homes across Trinidad. Committee planned This was also part of the and coordinated the Community Relations hamper drive and Committee’s efforts to bring received expressions the Christmas spirit and of gratitude from these recipient 15

This newsletter is a production of PowerGen’s Corporate Communications Department in collaboration with the Newsletter Committee. Feel free to contact us by emailing Mr. François Ottley at [email protected] with your views and comments.

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