Event detail
11 September 2019
MEDREG’s Consumer Working Group met to discuss a report meant to reduce network losses
On 11 September 2019, the MEDREG Consumer Working Group (CUS WG) met in Milan to discuss the ongoing drafting of the report on "Regulatory Practices on Handling Technical and Non-Technical Losses".

The report will collect several case studies from MEDREG countries, with the objective of analysing different methods and regulatory practices implemented by MEDREG energy regulators to reduce network losses for the benefit of consumers.

In addition, CUS WG representatives started to define the activities to be carried out in the next few years, with the aim of strengthening the role of Mediterranean energy regulators' in ensuring higher standards of consumers' protection, especially for the most vulnerable ones.

The meeting was kindly hosted by the Italian Energy Regulator ARERA.
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