Senior Vice President at the Jamaica Public Service Company,JPS, Sheree Martin, says the light and power company remains committed to constructing the Bogue plant in St. James.

Mrs. Martin says JPS is moving apace to have the plant constructed.

Sheree Martin, Senior Vice President  of Customer and Corporate Services at JPS speaking this afternoon with Nationwide News.

The Office of Utilities Regulation, OUR, is allowing JPS to collect some 15-million US dollars from customers over the next 12 months.

The money is to be used to transition the 120 megawatt power plant at Bogue from heavy diesel oil to Liquefied Natural Gas, LNG.

The change is expected to save JPS and customers some 70 to 80 million dollars a year.