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FSR Training Course for Senior Regulatory Staff from MEDREG MPC Countries

13-17 July 2009 | Milan
A specific training course for regulatory staff from Mediterranean countries, aiming at strengthening cooperation among regulators, which is of primary importance for the setting up of an integrated Euro-Mediterranean energy market. The following countries were involved: Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco and Turkey.

The 
programme has been dedicated to issues being particularly relevant for MPC MEDREG members:

  • Experience with creating regulatory institutions
  • Experience with market reforms, while fading out regulated prices for the end-consumers
  • Experience with market reforms as a means to stimulate investment in electricity and gas infrastructure
  • Experience with regional cooperation among regulators to create regional energy markets

 

As an outcome of the first MEDREG training edition, four Training Reports have been produced:  
  • "Experience with Regional Cooperation to Create Regional Markets
    AHNER Nicole, MEEUS Leonardo, GLACHANT Jean-Michel Download ENG | Download FRA
  • "Policy and Regulatory Issues Concerning Security of Electricity and Gas Supply
    BATTLE Carlos, RODILLA Pablo, BARQUÍN Julián Download ENG | Download FRA
  • "Experience with Introducing Market Reforms, while Fading out Regulated Prices for End-Consumers"
    DUBOIS Ute Download ENG | Download FRA
  • "Training Course for Senior Regulatory Staff from the Mediterranean Partner Countries"
    AHNER Nicole, MEEUS Leonardo, GLACHANT Jean-Michel Download ENG
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