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As a consumer, you have the right to and responsibility for consumer protection. Sectoral providers also have rights and responsibilities for consumer protection.
Make a complaint for a grievance with a regulated sectoral provider.
Licences required for operating a radio station, radio apparatus or any radio transmitting and receiving apparatus.
Contact information for regulated service providers.
A collection of reports published by the RA, including financial reports, sector reports, commissioned studies and more.
News about our regulated sectors in Bermuda.
A collection of articles published by the RA for consumers and sectoral providers.
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Common queries about the RA answered.
This sector involves the supply, transmission, distribution and consumption of electricity.
This sector involves the supply and consumption of electronic communications and devices that transmit radio signals.
This sector involves the connection of submarine cables to the networks of ICOL holders to provide international connectivity.
This sector includes any communication cables that lie beneath Bermuda's waters and are connected to a place in Bermuda.
A public registry of all licences, permits or other authorisations granted by the RA.
A collection of news about our regulated sectors in Bermuda.
Consulting with the public to get their feedback is an important part of the regulatory process. This helps to maintain transparency and preserve good governance.
This is a collection of public consultations conducted by the RA, including open, active and closed consultations.
These include TD&R, Bulk Generation, and Large Scale Self-Supply Licences.
These include radio licences, type approvals, COL/ICOLs, SubCols and Spectrum Licences.
The RA utilises multiple types of legal frameworks to guide service providers and protect consumer rights. Read about these different tools and how they each work.
Explore our repository of current and past legal documents used by the RA to regulate Bermuda's sectors and protect the rights of consumers.
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The RA team is comprised of dedicated professionals in various areas of expertise.
The RA’s operations and decisions are guided by Bermuda law. Understanding these laws will help to better understand the RA’s actions and decisions.
The RA seeks to promote and preserve competition, promote the development of the Bermudian economy, and encourage investment and innovation.
A collection of officially recorded decisions of the RA's Board of Commissioners.
Here you will find Media Releases and public notices issued by the RA.
We encourage innovation and integrity within our staff and the markets that we regulate. Join our team!
The Feed-in-Tariff encourages renewable energy. In Part 3 of the series 'Understanding your BELCO bill,' this article explores what the tariff means for BELCO customers that produce solar energy.
Floating solar is a renewable energy source that is being adopted on a global scale. This article outlines how floating solar systems operate.
Tips on how to reduce roaming charges while traveling.
How to save on your electricity bill when using your air conditioner.
For our service providers, use the links below to stay up to date with information about your sector.
News about our regulated sectors in Bermuda. Click on each title to open the full article in a new tab.
Licences required for the use of a radio station, radio apparatus or any radio transmitting and receiving apparatus.
Apply for licences with the Electronic Communications sector.
Apply for licences with the Electricity sector.