MEDREG-REGULATORS
MEDREG organises institutional events, technical workshops and trainings. Scroll down to find out more.
Events
UPCOMING EVENTS & TRAININGS
OCT
2020
Fall 2020 (to be defined)
Technical workshop on the impact of sustained RES penetration on electricity systems
PAST EVENTS & TRAININGS
APR
2020
Venue and date to be confirmed
POSTPONED FOR SAFETY REASON. NEW DATE AND VENUE TO BE CONFIRMED.
28th Institutional Working Group (INS WG) meeting: Regulatory Outlook update
The INS WG will be developing a report that will assess the status of energy regulation in the Mediterranean Basin and provide a complete overview of how the national energy sectors are ruled, ranging from independent entities to governmental bodies. In 2022, a further update of the report shall follow.
APR
2020
Venue and date to be confirmed
POSTPONED FOR SAFETY REASON. NEW DATE AND VENUE TO BE CONFIRMED.
MEDREG and ECRB Joint Workshop on “Integrating RES in the Electricity Networks and Balancing Mechanism in MEDREG and ECRB Regions”
Renewable energy technologies are becoming increasingly cost-competitive and investments in renewable energy has been already outpacing investments in other energy sources. This explicitly includes that there will be a gradual increase of renewable energy sources to be deployed in the transmission and/or distribution networks that cannot be easily dispatched and/or integrated by the TSO and DSO due to their intermittent nature.
23
MAR
2020
Milan
Italy
23 March 2020
Letter of President Ms. Demirbas about the Covid-19 pandemic and the MEDREG activities
MEDREG President Ms. Demirbas expresses her best wishes to MEDREG’s Members, partners and to the people of the Mediterranean in these difficult circumstances.
MAR
2020
Venue and date to be confirmed
POSTPONED FOR SAFETY REASON. NEW DATE AND VENUE TO BE CONFIRMED.
39th Steering Committee
17
MAR
2020
Venue and date to be confirmed
POSTPONED FOR SAFETY REASON. NEW DATE AND VENUE TO BE CONFIRMED.
16th Consumers Working Group (CUS WG) meeting: Report on Vulnerable Consumers & Trilateral workshop on technical and non-technical losses
The CUS WG will update its 2016 report on Vulnerable Consumers and organise a Workshop on Handling Technical and Non-Technical Losses of electricity to achieve a comprehensive understanding of power losses and their management (or lack thereof) in the Mediterranean countries.
MAR
2020
Istanbul
Turkey
,
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POSTPONED FOR SAFETY REASON. NEW DATE TO BE CONFIRMED.
MEDREG Training: Unbundling and TPA in gas and electricity markets
This training will consider and explain the main questions and possible answers that characterize the debate on third party access and unbundling regimes in the electricity and gas markets, focusing in particular on the economic principles behind them and the role of energy regulators in designing and implementing them correctly in the energy sector.
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MAR
2020
Venue and date to be confirmed
POSTPONED FOR SAFETY REASON. NEW DATE AND VENUE TO BE CONFIRMED.
27th Gas Working Group (GAS WG) meeting: Development and implementation of TPA rules and activities
Providing technical support to GASREG, the Gas WG will organise a study-visit to two National Regulatory Authorities (both EU and Non-EU) to identify market monitoring roles, activities and processes for licensed parties in the newly opened Egyptian Gas Market.
25
FEB
2020
Paris
France
,
25 February 2020
The ELE and RES working groups planned their 2020 activities aimed at better regional integration and RES integration
Hosted by the French member CRE on 25 February, the 28th Electricity Working Group (ELE WG) and 27th Renewable Energy Sources and Energy Efficiency Working Group (RES WG) met in Paris to discuss the planned deliverables for the next 3 years, and in particular the 2020 activities and reports.
12
FEB
2020
Ankara
Turkey
12 - 13 February 2020
President Gülefsan Demirbas welcomes the Secretariat in Ankara to enrich MEDREG’s strategy
On 12 and 13 February, MEDREG’s President Gülefsan Demirbas warmly welcomed representatives of the MEDREG Secretariat at the Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EMRA) in Ankara. They explored how the Association could further benefit from the Turkish regulatory experience, and looked at the current needs of the Turkish energy market. The Secretariat also highly valued its exchange with EMRA President Mr. Mustafa Yildiz, who reiterated his strong and continuous support towards the organisation.
10
DEC
2019
Rome
Italy
10 - 12 December 2019
Med-TSO and MEDREG gathered for a three-day training on Regulating Electricity Infrastructure Investment
In the light of their common interest in strengthening the harmonisation of regulatory frameworks and in speeding-up operative integration of Mediterranean electricity markets, MEDREG and Med-TSO (the Association of the Mediterranean Transmission System Operators), partnered to offer a three-day training to their members on regulating electricity infrastructure investment for more productive long-term planning.
10
DEC
2019
Rome
Italy
,
10 December 2019
Energy Regulators Exchange at the Highest Level to Respond to the Challenges of Growing Role of Gas and RES in the Mediterranean
On 10 December, the Presidents and Commissioners of Mediterranean Energy Regulatory Authorities gathered in Rome to exchange approaches and good practices with regards to renewable energy development and the growing role of gas, which imply important challenges and require the adaptation of the energy regulation from both a policy and regulatory perspective.
03
DEC
2019
Milan
Italy
,
3 december 2019
8th High-Level Meeting of Regional Associations of Emerging Markets
Organised by the Energy Regulators Regional Association (ERRA) and hosted by MEDREG, the objective of this meeting is to continue offering a high-level exchange platform for Associations of regulators representing emerging economies to develop cooperation and exchange of experiences in several areas of energy regulation.
27
NOV
2019
Amman
Jordan
,
,
27 - 28 November 2019
Jordan is set to reinforce its licensing procedures and regulate electricity storage
On 27 and 28 November in Amman, international energy experts presented a concrete roadmap and technical solutions to Jordanian energy stakeholders to improve the country’s electricity licensing procedures on one hand and to accelerate investment in the Jordanian storage system on the other hand. Organised over two days at the initiative of MEDREG and in cooperation with the Jordanian Energy and Minerals Regulatory Commission (EMRC), the workshop was meant to support and facilitate Jordan’s major electricity market development.
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