Government of Saint Lucia
Official Webpage of the Government of Saint Lucia.
The Saint Lucia Electricity Services Limited (LUCELEC) is the provider of electricity services in Saint Lucia. LUCELEC aims to supply reliable and continuous electrical services to the Saint Lucian population at an affordable cost.
The Office of Utilities Regulation (OUR) regulates utilities in the Electricity, Telecommunications and Water and Sewerage sectors in Jamaica. The OUR aims to provide an avenue of appeal for consumers who have grievances with these utility companies.
The Independent Regulatory Commission is an independent entity responsible for the regulations of electricity services in Dominica.
The Regulated Industries Commission (RIC) is a statutory body which regulates electricity, water and sewerage services in Trinidad and Tobago. The RIC has been established to ensure that quality and efficient utility services are provided at fair and reasonable costs.
The Fair Trading Commission is responsible for regulating public utility services, safeguarding consumer interests and promoting fair competition in the island of Barbados.
The Organization of Caribbean Utility Regulators (OOCUR), is a non-profit, membership based organization which aims to assist in the improvement of utility regulation, undertake research and development, foster transparent stable utility regulation and facilitate understanding of regulation issues.
The National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) is the national association which represents the state public service commissioners who regulate essential utility services, including energy, telecommunications and water.
The Caribbean Electric Utility Services Corporation (CARILEC) is an association of electric services, dealers, manufactures and other stakeholders operating in the electricity industry in the Caribbean region, Central and South Americas and Globally. CARILEC secretariat attempts to improve communication among its members, providing technical information, training, capacity building, conference and other services.
Caribbean Water and Sewerage Association is a regional organization of water utilities devoted to serving the growth and development of its members.
Caribbean Water and Waste Water Association is a regional non-governmental organization, established by an Act of Parliament in Trinidad and Tobago. The CWWA is a grouping of water, wastewater and solid waste professionals in the public and private sectors.