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About Public Utilities Regulatory Commission

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.

“To promote reliable and sustainable utility services at fair and reasonable prices.”

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PURC boasts of having qualified and trained staffers ready to serve the interest of consumers and promote renewable energy in the tri-island state.

Queen’s Park, St. George P.O Box 2443, Grenada
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The Public Utilities Regulatory Commission welcomes you to the first newsletter for the quarter. As a Commission, we have achieved great success in 2023 with the introduction of the Interim Tariff and public awareness on renewable energy. The Commission remains committed to creating a strong regulatory framework for the tri-island state. We look forward to actively engaging all our stakeholders in our work and activities.