The Public Utilities Commission expresses its regret at the passing of one of its Commissioners, John Caesar who died on Saturday November 27, 2012 after a brief period of illness.

 

Mr. Caesar was appointed as a Commissioner on the utility regulatory body in 2003 and served the Commission until his passing. His contribution to Guyana as a naturalized
Guyanese and his involvement in the work of the Commission has been outstanding.

 

Mr. John Caesar will be remembered for his discourses, his insightful thoughts during the Commission’s public hearings, his scientific contributions, and his contribution to the orders made by the Commission.

 

Commissioner Caesar represented the Commission at a number of international conferences and presented a number of intriguing and unconventional papers at annual conferences of the Organization of Caribbean Utility Regulators (OOCUR). He served with distinction and his contributions to the Commission will be treasured for many years to come.

 

The Commission and Staff of the PUC join with his family, colleagues and friends in mourning his loss to all of us.