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PRESS RELEASES
7 February 2018
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31 January 2018
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MEDREG Regulatory Outlook
Based on data collected from 20 Mediterranean energy regulatory authorities and ministries, the Energy Regulatory Outlook presents the status of energy regulation in the Mediterranean Basin and aims to provide a complete overview about how the national energy sectors are ruled, ranging from independent entities to governmental bodies. Each regulator is analyzed according to a number of dimensions (such as independence, organization, transparency and accountability).
The report shows that most Mediterranean regulators are independent and empowered entities working to support the opening of the energy markets and mandated to define tariffs, issue binding decisions and sanction sector participants. However, the report indicates that in some countries the role and competences of the regulator could benefit from clarification and improvement in terms of tariff definition, dispute settlement between industry and customers and the protection of vulnerable consumers.
7 December 2017
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Tunisia learns European experience and practices of interconnectors’ management for its planned cross-border cable "ELMED"
On 5-6 December 2017, MEDREG held a training on European rules for cross-border interconnections for their Tunisian member, the Tunisian Ministry of Energy, Mining and Renewable Energies. The 2-day training, in which participated 20 staff members of the Energy Ministry and of the Tunisian electricity utility (STEG), aimed at enhancing their knowledge and skills concerning the realisation of cross-border electricity interconnection projects, including the identification of appropriate business models.
7 December 2017
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FRA
Tunisia learns European experience and practices of interconnectors’ management for its planned cross-border cable "ELMED"
On 5-6 December 2017, MEDREG held a training on European rules for cross-border interconnections for their Tunisian member, the Tunisian Ministry of Energy, Mining and Renewable Energies. The 2-day training, in which participated 20 staff members of the Energy Ministry and of the Tunisian electricity utility (STEG), aimed at enhancing their knowledge and skills concerning the realisation of cross-border electricity interconnection projects, including the identification of appropriate business models.
7 December 2017
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ARABIC
Tunisia learns European experience and practices of interconnectors’ management for its planned cross-border cable "ELMED"
On 5-6 December 2017, MEDREG held a training on European rules for cross-border interconnections for their Tunisian member, the Tunisian Ministry of Energy, Mining and Renewable Energies. The 2-day training, in which participated 20 staff members of the Energy Ministry and of the Tunisian electricity utility (STEG), aimed at enhancing their knowledge and skills concerning the realisation of cross-border electricity interconnection projects, including the identification of appropriate business models.
23 November 2017
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Regulators and Agencies for Energy Conservation to work hand in hand towards regional cooperation and sustainable energy transition
Today, during a joint workshop held at the European Parliament in Brussels, the Mediterranean Energy Regulators (MEDREG*) and the Mediterranean Association of the National Agencies for Energy Conservation (MEDENER**) discussed how they can step up their cooperation with coordinated actions that concretely promote sustainable energy in the Mediterranean.
16 November 2017
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ARABIC
MEDREG meets Ministers and Energy Regulatory Authorities of Israel and Palestine to strengthen regional cooperation in electricity and gas markets
In an official visit to Israel and Palestine on 15 and 16 November, the President and General Coordinator of the Mediterranean Energy Regulators (MEDREG*), Mr Alexandre Santos and Mr Fabio Tambone, reaffirmed MEDREG’s support to its Southern shore Members. They met with Dr. Yuval Steinitz, Israel’s Energy Minister, and with His Excellency Eng. Zafer Melhem, Chairman of the Palestinian Energy Authority, to define and agree on concrete ways of supporting the two countries’ energy market and regulatory reforms.
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16 November 2017
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MEDREG meets Ministers and Energy Regulatory Authorities of Israel and Palestine to strengthen regional cooperation in electricity and gas markets
In an official visit to Israel and Palestine on 15 and 16 November, the President and General Coordinator of the Mediterranean Energy Regulators (MEDREG*), Mr Alexandre Santos and Mr Fabio Tambone, reaffirmed MEDREG’s support to its Southern shore Members. They met with Dr. Yuval Steinitz, Israel’s Energy Minister, and with His Excellency Eng. Zafer Melhem, Chairman of the Palestinian Energy Authority, to define and agree on concrete ways of supporting the two countries’ energy market and regulatory reforms.
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16 November 2017
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MEDREG meets Ministers and Energy Regulatory Authorities of Israel and Palestine to strengthen regional cooperation in electricity and gas markets
In an official visit to Israel and Palestine on 15 and 16 November, the President and General Coordinator of the Mediterranean Energy Regulators (MEDREG*), Mr Alexandre Santos and Mr Fabio Tambone, reaffirmed MEDREG’s support to its Southern shore Members. They met with Dr. Yuval Steinitz, Israel’s Energy Minister, and with His Excellency Eng. Zafer Melhem, Chairman of the Palestinian Energy Authority, to define and agree on concrete ways of supporting the two countries’ energy market and regulatory reforms.
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30 October 2017
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MEDREG shares its experience to support an empowered energy regulator in Morocco
On 30 October, Mediterranean Energy Regulators (MEDREG)* joined the German Corporation for International Cooperation GmbH (GIZ)** in discussing the evolution of the Moroccan energy market with the Moroccan Ministry of Energy, Mines, Water and Environment, in a conference entitled “Energy Market transformation: challenges and implication”. Held today in Rabat, the event aimed at presenting international experiences that are in line with the efforts to reform Morocco’s legislative and regulatory framework and support its ambitious low carbon energy objectives.
30 October 2017
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FRA
MEDREG partage son expérience en vue de la création d'un régulateur de l'énergie habilité au Maroc.
Le 30 octobre, les Régulateurs méditerranéens de l'Énergie (MEDREG)* se sont unis à la GIZ** (l'agence de coopération internationale allemande pour le développement) pour parler de l'évolution du marché de l'énergie marocain avec le Ministère de l'Énergie, des Mines, de l'Eau et de l'Environnement lors d'une conférence intitulée "Transformation du marché de l’énergie : défis et implications". Cet évènement qui s'est déroulé aujourd'hui à Rabat, a comme but de montrer les expériences internationales en ligne avec les efforts pour réformer le cadre législatif et règlementaire du Maroc et de l'assister dans ses objectifs ambitieux de faible émission de carbone.
30 October 2017
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ARABIC
MEDREG shares its experience to support an empowered energy regulator in Morocco
On 30 October, Mediterranean Energy Regulators (MEDREG)* joined the German Corporation for International Cooperation GmbH (GIZ)** in discussing the evolution of the Moroccan energy market with the Moroccan Ministry of Energy, Mines, Water and Environment, in a conference entitled “Energy Market transformation: challenges and implication”. Held today in Rabat, the event aimed at presenting international experiences that are in line with the efforts to reform Morocco’s legislative and regulatory framework and support its ambitious low carbon energy objectives.
25 May 2017
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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. During the meeting, members debated the strategy and action plan for MEDREG in the medium term; discussed the development of tailored support activities for members’ national reforms; and approved a new communications strategy which will deepen and extend MEDREG’s outreach and the dissemination of its concrete achievements.
4 April 2017
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Mediterranean regulators brainstormed on the establishment of an independent Egyptian Gas regulator
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.
Opening the workshop, the EU Delegation representative recalled the important role of Egypt in the Mediterranean region, underlining the latest discovery of the Zohr gas field which will have a great impact in resource diversification for the region.
23 March 2017
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Moroccan Ministry of Energy, Mines, Water & Environment to join discussions at the Africa Energy Forum in Copenhagen
Mr. Abderrahim EL HAFIDI, Secretary General of the Ministry of Energy, Mines, Water and Environment of the Kingdom of Morocco, is the latest to confirm attendance at the Africa Energy Forum in Copenhagen from 7-9 June 2017 At the Powering Africa: Summit which took place in Washington DC from 9-10 March, Morocco’s ONEE presented their Gas to Power Programme and MASEN discussed their sustainable energy programme under the leadership of Mustapha Bakkoury, President and Chief Executive Officer. Both organisations are clearly focused on a broader role within Africa carrying with them the potential of building physical energy links between the continent and Europe. The support of the Ministry at the Africa Energy Forum (AEF) this year underlines the commitment from the Kingdom of Morocco to explore energy partnerships with Europe and hasten the pace of foreign direct investment in Morocco.
9 December 2016
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22nd MEDREG General Assembly
On the occasion of the 22nd General Assembly kindly hosted by the Italian Regulatory Authority for Electricity Gas and Water (AEEGSI) at the Italian Foreign Affairs Ministry on 30 November, Mediterranean Energy Regulators their new President, Mr. Alexandre Santos, Member of the Board of Directors of the Portuguese regulator, along with two Vice-Presidents, Mrs. Gülefsan Demirbas (EMRA, Turkey) and Ms. Wijdan Al Rabadi (EMRC, Jordan). They join the MEDREG Permanent Vice President, Ms. Valeria Termini (AEEGSI, Italy), thus increasing significantly women’s representation at the head of the Organisation.
18 November 2016
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Empowering regulators to facilitate Renewables Deployment
Marrakech. Speaking at a joint side event1 held on 16 November in Marrakech in the framework of the COP22, Mediterranean energy regulators (MEDREG)2 and GIZ3 exposed the challenges they face in integrating electricity generated from renewables (RES) within their markets and drew a set of proposed actions as a way of empowering regulators.

Kindly organised by GIZ, the event marked the beginning of MEDREG’s efforts, in collaboration with GIZ and other interested parties, to support the Moroccan Energy Ministry in the establishment of Morocco’s new electricity regulatory authority (ANRE) which is set to assume direct responsibilities for the Moroccan electricity sector within the next year.

Underlining the important role of energy regulation, Mr Alexandre Santos, MEDREG-Vice President, stated: “Mediterranean regulators are at different stages of market development and therefore need a flexible and case-by-case approach to developing their regulatory frameworks. Within MEDREG, we aim at addressing the real situations and practical considerations of our individual markets. Sharing experience on the regulatory issues related to the integration of renewables is a concrete example of Mediterranean regulators contributing to the fight against climate change."
11 October 2016
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The role of regulators in developing renewable energy in Africa at the heart of upcoming debates at Africa Renewable Energy Forum
Invited to speak at the Africa Renewable Energy Forum (ARF), a major international energy event due to take place on 2-4 November 2016 in Marrakech, MEDREG will share its view on the regulators’ role to develop renewable energy in Africa, using legal mechanisms and innovative solutions from around the world.

ARF is a three day event focused on the development of renewable energy technologies for broad reaching energy access in agriculture and industrial development in Africa.

This will be the first of an annual cycle of conferences focused specifically on renewable energy for African development to benchmark and maintain the outcomes of the Conference of Parties (COP) for AllAfrica. ARF will gather together African Energy Ministers and Government Representatives, leading investors, power developers, technology providers, financiers and multilateral agencies to deliver strategies for sustainable energy development that meet the climate change requirements.

Gulefsan Demirbas, Head of Strategy Development Department at the Energy Market Regulatory Authority of Turkey (EMRA) and Chairwoman of the MEDREG Institutional Working group will discuss with the private sector how can regulators help unlock the renewable energy development potential and the targets set at ARF using legal mechanisms.
19 May 2016
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21st MEDREG General Assembly
The Maltese Regulator for Energy and Water Services (REWS) kindly hosted the 21st General Assembly (GA) meeting of the Mediterranean Energy Regulators (MEDREG) in St. Julian’s, Malta. The 21st MEDREG GA has welcomed several achievements that go in the direction of new partnerships for integrating Mediterranean energy policies and lay the foundation for further energy regulatory cooperation activities.
13 April 2016
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WORKSHOP - Deploying renewable energy sources and energy efficiency measures in the Mediterranean: State of the art and way forward
Mediterranean Energy Regulators (MEDREG) together with the Mediterranean Association of the National Agencies for Energy Conservation (MEDENER), the Observatoire Méditerranéen de l’Energie (OME) and the Renewable Energy Solutions for the Mediterranean (RES4MED) brainstormed today in Madrid, on how technical stakeholders, particularly regulators, could contribute to the advancement of renewable energy sources (RES) integration in the grids and on energy efficiency (EE) measures adopted in the Mediterranean basin. The four actors, which are involved in the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) Euro-Mediterranean Platform on Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (REEE) are committed to implement the objectives of the Platform and discussed the different modalities that could be carried out to financially sustain the RES market.
3 december 2015
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20th MEDREG General Assembly
The 20th General Assembly (GA) meeting took place on 3rd December 2015 in Tirana, Albania, kindly hosted by the Albanian Energy Regulator (ERE). On this occasion, important issues have been discussed by the Members. The Cooperation between MEDREG and Med-TSO in the framework of the Euro-Med Platforms is progressing and the GA approved the creation of the Financial Sounding Panel for Energy Regulation (Med-FPE). The Assembly provided an opportunity to review the current state of the activities of the MEDREG Working Groups and update members on MEDREG cooperation with external partners, notably PAM, OECD and ERERA.
12 October 2015
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MEDREG: an important step forward for the opening and the development of a regional electricity market
In occasion of the launch and the first meeting of the UfM Electricity Platform on 12 October in Rabat, MEDREG and Med-TSO presented their common view for the electricity market development in the Mediterranean region. On the same day MEDREG Board met with two relevant partners: the Moroccan Minister of Energy Amara to highlight the importance of creating an independent energy regulator in Morocco starting from 2016; and the Director General of the DG Energy (EC) to underline the interest of the Association for further increasing high-level institutional cooperation between the European Commission and MEDREG.
16 July 2015
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The creation of a sound environment for energy investments in the Mediterranean region: MEDREG’s recommendations
The Association of Mediterranean Energy Regulators (MEDREG) publishes today a report providing the vision of Energy Regulators on the current situation of Infrastructure investment in the Mediterranean region. This document maps current and projected interconnection infrastructures for electricity and gas and discusses the current financing challenges, in the absence of an harmonized regulatory framework at regional level.
29 June 2015
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MEDREG-PAM Protocol
Supporting the progressive opening and integration of Mediterranean energy markets, creating an attractive investment framework for energy generation and infrastructure in the region and empowering energy consumers through the development of targeted policies are the main objectives shared by MEDREG (Association of Mediterranean Energy Regulators) and PAM (Parliamentary Assembly of the Mediterranean).
29 April 2015
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Workshop on "Interconnection Infrastructures in the Mediterranean: A Challenging Environment for Investments
The Association of Mediterranean Energy Regulators (MEDREG) has held its Workshop on "Interconnection Infrastructures in the Mediterranean: A Challenging Environment for Investments", kindly hosted by the Egyptian Electric Utility and Consumer Protection Regulatory Agency (EgyptEra).
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