Jamaica Energy Partners (JEP) commenced operations in September 1995, through its ownership of the Doctor Bird Power Plant. The company is currently the largest Independent Power Producer (IPP) in Jamaica. JEP owns and operates two power barges, Doctor Bird I and Doctor Bird II, with outputs of 74.2 MW and 50.2 MW respectively; or a combined output of 124.4 MW. Doctor Bird II’s generating capacity was added in March 2006, and this barge is located approximately 300 yards from the original.
Doctor Bird Power Station
JEP’s affiliate company, West Kingston Power Partners (WKPP), is a land-based, 65.5 MW Heavy Fuel Oil (HFO) power plant located in the Western Kingston area. Arguably one of the most beautiful plants in Jamaica, it is now home to our head office, which was previously located in New Kingston. Additionally, Jamaica Energy Partners now manages the Jamaica Private Power Company (JPPC), a 60MW power plant located in Rockfort, Kingston. JPPC, which is also an Independent Power Provider (IPP). JPPC utilizes slow-speed diesel generators and HFO to produce electricity for sale to the grid.
West Kingston Power Partners
Jamaica Private Power Company
We commit to producing energy in the most cost-efficient manner and the highest standard of service to our customers, ensuring delivery in a safe and environmentally responsible manner. We are ready to supply Jamaica’s growing energy needs, utilizing the competencies of our staff and fellow citizens. We pride ourselves in being good corporate citizens, fully engaged in community development by way of partnerships through education, sports and health initiatives.
InterEnergy Holdings owns and operates over 1300MW power generation assets, distribution assets, and fuel distribution and logistics businesses in Latin America and the Caribbean. The group’s Chairman and CEO is L. Rolando Gonzales Bunster. He founded Basic Energy (Bahamas), the predecessor to InterEnergy. In addition to overseeing the management of all group operating companies, he led all significant aspects of the project development, financing and the relationship with governments and multilateral organizations such as the World Bank’s International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). For three decades, InterEnergy has powered people and cities across the Caribbean and Latin America – providing reliable, cost-effective and clean energy to the Dominican Republic, Panama, Jamaica, and Chile.
The Jamaica Energy Partners group’s leadership team comprises a first-class 100% Jamaican team of energy
development and management specialists with 150 years of combined experience in the energy industry. Over the past
25 years, we have successfully developed, constructed and operated both land and sea-based power generating facilities
which represent 20.3% of Jamaica’s installed energy generation capacity.
Director, Engineering Services
Ann Douglas Johnson
Director, Strategic Planning, Facilities & IT
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