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INSTITUTIONAL
June 2015
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ENG
INS WG - Peer Review Process Methodology
The Institutional Working Group (INS WG) finalized the first Peer Review Process (PRP) methodology for the MEDREG member countries. The aim of the peer review is to provide a set of recommendations for the implementation of the Good Regulatory Principles defined by MEDREG. On the basis of this report, national Regulators will be peer reviewed by other MEDREG Regulators who will assess their compliance to the shared principles, suggest appropriate measures to be taken, as well as general recommendations on the implementation of the Good Regulatory Principles. The PRP methodology described in the report could allow the achievement of two Peer Reviews each year with a continuous and adaptive tuning.
November 2014
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ENG
Guidelines for MEDREG’s Dialogue with External Partners
The 16th GA endorsed a first set of general principles for the external dialogue including different forms of cooperation and stressing the need to preserve MEDREG’s independence. The INS WG has therefore developed guidelines for MEDREG’s cooperation with external partners laying down some basic principles for a more structured and even more efficient external dialogue. This Guidelines define the different dimensions of external relations, the objectives and forms of cooperation to be implemented, safeguarding the principles of independence, confidentiality and internal coordination.
November 2014
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ENG
Promotion of the dialogue with external Partners
The Institutional Working Group (INS WG) made the first note on the state of play regarding MEDREG’s external relations. The aim of this note is to have a clear picture of what has happened over the past 2 years and provide an overview on what remains to be done. This note provides with a clear picture of MEDREG’s current external relations with: the European Commission, other regulatory associations, regional industrial associations, research institutions and financial institutions. MEDREG is also focusing on the development of its relations with Mediterranean countries which are not yet members of the Association or undergo temporary difficulties for different reasons.
November 2014
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ENG
Good Regulatory principles in the Mediterranean Countries
The Institutional Working Group (INS WG) has updated the Benchmarking Report on the competences of national energy regulators. The INS WG identified the principles of good regulation, assessing the existing structure and governance of the MEDREG Member regulators, and the future developments to be expected. The aim of this work is to contribute to the development of a more independent and solid governance model by assessing the current situation of each regulator and helping identify scope for improvement. The definitions consider the main requirements to be applied in order to ensure an independent, empowered and well-functioning regulator, carrying out its mission in a transparent and accountable manner. The glossary focused on the following governance principles: Independence, Competences, Effective internal organisation, Enforcement, Transparency and Accountability.
November 2013
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ENG
Comparison between the 2008 Recommendation Report and the Updated Regulatory Benchmarking Report 2012
This is the first update of the regulatory benchmarking report carried out in 2007/2008. The aim of this document is to complete the 2012 benchmarking report on regulatory competences by comparing the observed changes with the set of recommendations that have been identified in 2008, to evaluate to which extent regulatory authorities have followed and shared these recommendations. The report notices that there was an enlargement in the fields of intervention of regulators. Best practices increased, particularly concerning the appointment and management of human resources directly performed by regulators.
November 2013
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ENG
Benchmarking report
MEDREG Working Group on Institutional Issues performed an update of its 2008 regulatory benchmarking. The report evaluates changes that occurred since the last report and evaluates to which extent recommendations have been followed by MEDREG members.
November 2012
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ENG
Evaluation of Responses - Questionnaire on Dispute Settlement
At the 10th (INS AG) meeting in 2011, it was decided to analyse existing or planned mechanisms to settle disputes regarding access to and use of electricity and gas networks. A questionnaire was sent to INS members with the aim to deliver a state of play on the functioning and role of the national dispute settlement mechanisms. Based on the result of this survey, recommendations can be elaborated in order to improve access to and use of electricity and gas networks
November 2008
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ENG
Compétences des Régulateurs
L’analyse des réponses aux 187 points du questionnaire permet d’ores et déjà d’identifier des caractéristiques communes à un nombre important de régulateurs méditerranéens. Ces principes communs couvrent un large éventail de questions directement liées au rôle et à la définition même des régulateurs (voir le tableau page suivante). Toutefois, des points de divergence dmeruent sur les plans organisationnel et fonctionnel. Les principales différences sont relevées au niveau de l’autonomie des régulateurs, tout particulièrement le partage des missions et compétences avec les organes gouvernementaux.
November 2008
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Competencies of Regulators
Analyzing the answers to the 187 items of the Regulatory Benchmarking Questionnaire, some essential principles can be identified as already shared characteristics for a significant number of Mediterranean regulators. These common principles cover a broad range of issues directly related to the very definition and role of regulators (see table below). However, diverging issues remain as regards organizational and functional criteria. The main points are related to differences in the level of autonomy devoted to regulators, especially regarding the sharing of the missions and competencies with governmental bodies.
Association of the Mediterranean Regulators for Electricity and Gas

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