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OTHER PUBBLICATIONS 2014
August 2014
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ENG
MEDREG Strategy 2020-2030
The Mediterranean region is currently lacking a harmonized and coordinated legal framework able to foster international energy cooperation. In order to promote the integration of Mediterranean energy markets, the European Commission came up with several proposals, in the perspective of the establishment of an EU-Southern Mediterranean energy community. This long term process will require the active involvement of all the concerned actors (political, economic, and regulatory) to pull and work together in the same direction. MEDREG, the only association representing the independent public authorities responsible for the regulation of electricity and gas of 24 Mediterranean countries, has developed a comprehensive Strategy 2020-2030 that aims at creating the conditions for the setting up of a Mediterranean Energy Community. This presentation illustrates the key objectives and priority actions considered by MEDREG in this respect, focusing on the progressive improvement of the overall condition of Mediterranean energy markets.
2014
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ENG
ANNUAL REPORT 2013
Mediterranean energy regulators are glad to share with you their Annual Report for 2013. Last year MEDREG welcomed Libya as the twenty-first member country of the Association. The European Commission has renewed its confidence in the Association by signing a new three-year contract with MEDREG. MEDREG has strengthened its institutional framework, revising Statutes and Internal Rules. MEDREG has consolidated the relationship of trust established with the Italian energy regulator (AEEGSI), which hosts the Secretariat of MEDREG in Milan (Italy), and has fulfilled its commitments with Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia finalizing the first part of the IMME programme, aimed at the integration of electricity markets in the Maghreb. As an Association gathering regulators, MEDREG aims to build concrete relationships with partners that are key to develop a network. Two examples of this attitude concern the partnership agreement MEDREG signed with Med-TSO, the Association of electricity transmission system operators in the Mediterranean, and the invitation by the Union for the Mediterranean to present the work of the Association at the Ministerial Energy Meeting in Brussels at the end of 2013.
June 2014
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ENG
MEDREG action plan 2014 - 2016
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MEDREG BROCHURE
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MEDREG BROCHURE
Association of the Mediterranean Regulators for Electricity and Gas

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