PURPOSE AND OBJECTIVES OF OOCUR


· To assist in the improvement of utility regulation

· To foster transparent and stable utility regulation through autonomous and independent regulators in member countries.

· To undertake research, training and development

· To facilitate understanding of regulation issues and sharing of information and experience.


oocur MANAGEMENT

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  The General Assembly


This is the governing body where each constituent member is entitled to send three delegates but one vote. The General Assembly is made up of representatives from the following regulators:


  1. Fair Trading Commission, Barbados
  2. Independent Regulatory Commission, Dominica
  3. Office of Utilities Regulation. Jamaica
  4. Public Utilities Commission, Belize
  5. Public Utilities Commission, Anguilla
  6.  Public Utilities commission, Guyana;
  7. Regulated industries commission, Trinidad and Tobago;
  8.  Utilities Regulation and Competition Authority, Bahamas; 
  9. Telecommunications Regulatory Commission, British virgin islands; 
  10. Telecommunications Commission, Turks and Caicos Islands; 
  11. Department of Utilities and Energy, Turks and Caicos Islands; 
  12. Office of Utilities Regulation and Competition, Cayman Islands