The Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC) was established by the PURC Act No. 20 of 2016. The act speaks generally to public utilities but hitherto only the electricity sector has come under the purview of the PURC. However, it should be noted that the minister may by order published in the Gazette declare that any public utility named in the order is subject to provisions of the PURC act.
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In keeping with the guidelines specified in section 28 of the Tariff-Setting Methodology (TSM) regulation SRO 20 2022, the Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC) issued a formal notification to the Grenada Electricity Services Limited (GRENLEC) requesting the submission of an Interim Tariff Proposal for the retail electricity tariff structure in Grenada. Upon conducting a comprehensive review and analysis of GRENLEC's Proposal, the Commission has made determinations on the Electricity tariff that will come into effect on October 1st, 2023.
You can access the complete Interim Tariff Determination Notice on this website using the following link.