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PUC Guyana seeking more qualified staff to investigate technical complaints
Dela Britton
Chair Of The PUC, Guyana
With an increasing number of complaints made by consumers to the Public Utilities Commission (PUC), the agency is looking to improve its capacity to effectively investigate all matters.
During a press engagement on Friday at the commission’s New Garden Street office, Chair of the PUC Dela Britton revealed that the body is currently working with the University of Guyana and technical institutes to recruit interns. She said that with this in place, the commission will be able to effectively investigate complaints that are of a technical nature.
The PUC Chair observed that the PUC of the future requires persons who have technical skills in different areas. On that note, she said, they have also expanded the requirements for persons seeking employment at the commission.

URCA Bahamas CEO resigns


                                                   Stephen Bereaux
The Utilities Regulation and Competition Authority (URCA) announces the resignation of its Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Mr. Stephen Bereaux, effective 29 February 2020. 
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