PHILIPSBURG–Utilities company GEBE resorted to load-shedding in several districts on Wednesday after one of its engines developed a “temperature problem.”
Interim Manager Andrew Zagers told The Daily Herald that the load-shedding might continue today, as the engine troubles were not yet resolved up to late yesterday.
He said, however, that technicians were busy trying to resolve the problem. The load-shedding began early Wednesday and was discontinued on Wednesday afternoon after the temperatures cooled down.
Affected by the load-shedding were the areas of Cole Bay, Belvedere, Union Farm Estate, Madame Estate, the Kim Sha area and other areas.
Source: Daily Herald
Engine troubles leads to load-shedding Wed.