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Highlighting the role of regulation in fostering energy clean technologies
17 April 2019
On 17 April in Milan, MEDREG President Mrs Gulefsan Demirbas (EMRA,Turkey) and Vice-President Mr Stefano Besseghini (ARERA, Italy), took part today in an event that celebrated the 10 years of activity of the Lombardy Energy & Cleantech Cluster, an association active in the sectors of renewable and conventional energy, electricity transmission and distribution, energy efficiency, sustainable construction, water management and purification, and clean technologies.

The event focused on the theme of innovation for energy, the environment and the circular economy and saw the participation of companies, researchers and academics, public administrations, trade press and professionals.

MEDREG Vice-President underlined the importance of how a stable and harmonised regulatory framework in the Mediterranean can favour greater investments in infrastructure and promote the integration of renewable energy sources in the networks.

To reinforce what was underlined by Mr Besseghini, Mrs Demirbas indicated that MEDREG represents today an opportunity to integrate and develop the energy market in the Mediterranean.

In the afternoon of the same day, MEDREG’s Board of Presidents met to discuss the reform of the governance of the Association, in the light of the new challenges in the Mediterranean such as gas and the use of renewable energy sources.  Were present at the meeting MEDREG’s President Demirbas together with the other Vice-Presidents of the Association including Mr Besseghini, a representative of the Albanian regulator ERE and the Commissioner of the French regulator CRE, Christine Chauvet.

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