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MEDREG Strategy 2020-2030

The Mediterranean region is currently lacking a harmonized and coordinated legal framework able to foster international energy cooperation. In order to promote the integration of Mediterranean energy markets...

Optimisation of the infrastructure, RES auctioning and smart grids are at the heart of MEDREG’s work on electricity and Renewable

Kindly hosted by the Spanish Energy Regulatory Commission (CNMC), MEDREG’s Electricity (ELE) and Renewable (RES) Working Groups met on 18 October in Madrid, gathering 19 participants from Albania, Cyprus, Egypt, France, Greece, Israel, Italy, Jordan, Lebanon, Portugal and Spain.
MEDREG is currently working on a methodology for Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA) and Cross-Border Cost Allocation (CBCA) for the Mediterranean infrastructure projects, in close cooperation with Med-TSO.
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Mediterranean and Eastern regulators join forces on complaint handling, dispute settlement and consumer awareness

MEDREG’s Consumer Working Group met in Milan on 23 October to take stock of the progress made with the ongoing report and discus the priority issues to address next year.
The meeting saw the participation of ECRB to discuss a joint report that the two organisations are finalising on the status review of complaint handling, dispute settlement and consumer awareness. The first results of the report were presented, with a publication foreseen before the end of the year.
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We exchanged on the last energy regulatory trends at the 17th ERRA Energy Investment and Regulation Conference

MEDREG participated in the 17th ERRA Energy Investment and Regulation Conference, jointly held with the 9th Turkey Energy Summit on 9-10 October in Antalya. MEDREG President Mr Alexandre Santos held several bilateral meetings with fellow regulators along with Turkish energy authorities while MEDREG Vice President Ms Gülefşan Demirbaş chaired a panel on gas policies trends.
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Regulation can support electricity transmission network investments

MEDREG took part in the 110th Edition of the AEIT International Conference, kindly hosted by the Italian Polytechnic University in Bari. The forum addressed the challenges that must be overcome to stimulate innovative entrepreneurial initiatives and increase the competitiveness of countries in the fields of electricity, automation, telecommunications, and information technology.
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Algeria is getting prepared for its renewable energy auctions scheme

As Algeria is implementing its new strategy for renewable energy development, consisting, notably, in introducing tenders as a method to determine their renewable energy selling price, MEDREG organised a technical workshop to support the Algerian energy regulator CREG in this process.
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MEDREG trained its members to define efficient, fair and sustainable energy tariffs

From 18 to 21 September 2018, 19 regulatory experts from Albania, Algeria, Egypt, France, Italy, Lebanon, Jordan, Morocco and Turkey came to Milan to learn how to set energy tariffs, as part of MEDREG’s training and support activities to its members.
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We debated on the EU energy transit beyond Europe

Taking part in a debate on “EU energy transit beyond Europe” held at the 6th Vienna Forum on European Energy Law on 27-28 September, MEDREG advocated the role of strong energy regulation and shared the latest progress of Southern shore countries in that field.
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