|The Organization of Caribbean Utility Regulators (OOCUR), is a non-profit, member-driven organization serving as a catalyst for regulatory improvement in the Caribbean. OOCUR’s mission is to foster transparent and stable utility regulation through independent regulators, undertake research, training & development and facilitate the sharing of regulatory issues and experiences among member countries.
|The Office of Utilities Regulation (OUR) regulates utilities in the Electricity, Telecommunications and Water and Sewerage sectors in Jamaica and provides an avenue for appeal of aggrieved consumers.
|The Caribbean Electric Utility Services Corporation (CARILEC) is an association of electric utilities, suppliers, manufactures and other stakeholders operating in the electricity industry in the Caribbean. CARILEC was established in 1989 with nine (9) members as part of an electric utilities modernization project funded by USAID and implemented by NRECA under a five-year “Co-operative Agreement.”
Public Utilities Commission, (PUC) Belize
|The purpose of the Public Utilities Commission is to regulate the electricity, water, and telecommunications sectors in Belize to efficiently provide the highest quality services at affordable rates, ensuring the viability and sustainability of each sector.
Public Utilities Commission, (PUC) Guyana
|The Commission is a body corporate established by virtue of the Public Utilities Commission Act No. 26 of 1990 which came into effect on the 1st October, 1990. This Act was amended in 1991, 1994 and in 1999. The Commission is at present operating under Act No. 10 of 1999 which came into force on the 1st October 1999.
The functions of the Commission are regulatory, investigatory, enforcement and such others as conferred on it by the Act. The Commission also has the power to initiate and conduct investigations into the operations and standards of service of any public utilities under its purview.
St. Lucia Electricity Services Limited (LUCELEC)
|LUCELEC aims to provide the best possible service to its customers by adequately supplying a reliable and continuous electrical supply to the Saint Lucian population at an affordable cost.