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Training activities constitute one of MEDREG’s main tools to promote the exchange of know-how and expertise among Mediterranean regulators. They contribute to creating and sharing a common approach towards energy regulation in the region.


To effectively reach its goal, MEDREG applies a holistic approach to training activities, addressing the needs of the diverse functions and expertise levels of Mediterranean regulators’ staff as well as offering references to practical decision-making cases that can provide insights into the successes and challenges of fellow regulators. The exchange of good regulatory practices among countries keeps regulators’ experiences at the centre of MEDREG’s training sessions, ensuring a cooperative atmosphere of peer-learning as well as a concrete transfer of knowledge between members. Additionally, MEDREG exposes its trainees to the views of scholars, international institutions and energy industry professionals so as to enrich and question regulators’ perspectives

Mediterranean Energy Regulators intend to develop and consolidate a strategic axis and become the point of reference for and promoter of technical cooperation, data consolidation, research and scientific coordination and general support to energy governance.

10 - 12 December 2019
MEDREG - Med-TSO Joint Training on the Regulation of Infrastructure Investment
MEDREG organises a three-day training on "Regulating Electricity Infrastructure Investment" for its members to be held in Rome (Italy) on 10-12 December 2019 at the Grand Hotel Palatino. The training is jointly organised by MEDREG and Med-TSO.
This training considers and explains the main questions and possible answers that characterize the debate on infrastructure and investments, focusing in particular on planning and feasibility, network integration and incentives. This course will provide a comprehensive view on the planning designs (and their relative costs) that can characterize electricity markets and illustrate the pros and cons of each of them. It will also propose a review of the incentive models currently in use in Europe and detail the steps to undertake for the integration of wholesale and balancing markets. The course combines theory with practical case studies presented directly by decision-makers involved, including energy regulators, academics and professional from energy companies.
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.
15 - 16 October 2019
Algeria’s regulatory staff got trained on public service obligations for electricity and gas

Developed in the framework of the support to national reforms, MEDREG facilitated a 2-day training for the staff of the Algerian Commission for Electricity and Gas Regulation (CREG) on Public Service Obligations (PSO), which was held on 15-16 October 2019 in Algiers, Algeria.

10 - 12 June 2019
Mediterranean Energy Regulatory staff got trained on the Scope and Role of Regulation

From 10 to 12 June, 18 regulatory staff from 10 different Energy Regulatory Authorities members of MEDREG participated in Milan to a 3-day-training organised by MEDREG on the topic of the Scope and Role of Regulation.

3 - 5 December 2018
Mediterranean and Eastern European Regulators get trained to monitor electricity markets

Regulators’ roles and responsibilities in the process of developing effective markets is of critical importance. Abuse of market power along with the proper implementation of the legislation is one of the main issues that energy regulators have to closely monitor and supervise. Proper market monitoring is therefore a necessity in the context of electricity markets, although it faces a considerable obstacle: the calculation of the correct cost of a generation unit, which is difficult and which can be done in an arbitrary way.

18-21 September 2018,
Setting of tariffs
As part of its support activities to members, MEDREG organised a training for its members on “Setting of Tariffs” on 18-21 September 2018 in Milan (Italy) which saw the participation of 19 regulatory experts from Albania, Algeria, Egypt, France, Italy, Lebanon, Jordan, Morocco and Turkey.
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