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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...

Regulation at the heart of investment discussions at the Africa Energy Forum

As part of the 3-day event which took place from 7 to 9 June in Copenhagen, MEDREG President advocated the key role of regulation in leveraging investments in the energy sector in Africa. His position was echoed and reaffirmed by investors who stated that a transparent and stable regulatory framework offers the predictability, consistency and certainty they want.
Investors unanimously applauded
the deep structural reforms undertaken by Morocco which has become an extremely attractive market for them.
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MEDREG to launch the first tailor-made activities to support Southern member regulators

On 24 May, Mediterranean Energy Regulators gathered in Athens for the Association’s 23rd General Assembly. On this occasion, MEDREG unveiled the first activities of its new initiative for “Support to Regulatory Reforms”, which offers tailored and personalized assistance to members on national regulatory issues. Starting in July, MEDREG will launch a peer review of EMRC, the Jordanian energy regulator. EMRC aims at reinforcing its monitoring activities on electricity utilities and has recently become responsible for the regulation of the gas sector.
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MEDREG explained how it supports infrastructure investments in RES and energy efficiency to Mediterranean and EU stakeholders

On 17 May, the Center for Mediterranean Integration (animated by World Bank) organized a conference to introduce the EU "Clean Energy for All Europeans" Package (also known as "Winter Package") to Mediterranean countries to debate on possible opportunities. MEDREG, represented by Mr. Nicolò di Gaetano, Chair of the Institutional working Group, explained how the organisation supports national regulations and multilateral collaborations to contribute to infrastructures investments in RES and energy efficiency.
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MEDREG 2016 Annual Report is now available!

Find out MEDREG’s latest achievements in our brand new Annual Report.
MEDREG’s 2016 Annual Report takes stock of the organization’s recent accomplishments, such as our first peer review for the Egyptian electricity regulator EgyptERA, and provides hints of newly launched activities.
Over the past year, MEDREG empowered member regulators to promote the integration of Mediterranean gas and electricity markets through a variety of activities including reports, peer review, cooperation initiatives, workshops and other tools. We were very active too in designing regulation for consumer-friendly markets able to achieve RES targets and widely disseminated MEDREG’s regulatory vision.
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Mediterranean regulators brainstormed on the establishment of an independent Egyptian Gas regulator

MEDREG workshop in Cairo, 30 March 2017
With the recent establishment of the Egytian Gas Regulator, Mediterranean Energy Regulators (MEDREG) brainstormed in Cairo on the independence of regulators, their financial autonomy and gas market models. Hosted by the Egyptian Gas Holding Company EGAS, the workshop “Towards the establishment of an independent Egyptian Gas regulator: Market Model and License Fees” brought together leading perspectives and expertise on these topics.
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Our latest work explained by members

Find out more about the new approach which has recently been adopted to manage MEDREG’s Electricity Working Group and identify the deliverables.

Learn how MEDREG is contributing to the EU energy policy in the Southern Neighbourhood region in this interview of the European Commission representative.
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