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July 2022
ICER Chronicle’s Edition 12 “Dive Into Disruption” is Out
The editorial team of the ICER Chronicle, a publication of the International Confederation of Energy Regulators, is pleased to announce the release of the Summer issue!

The complete issue is ready for you to download now!
13 May 2021
Our Moroccan Member is in the press!

L’Economiste, the leading economic newspaper in Morocco, features the Moroccan Electricity Regulatory Authority (ANRE) over 4 pages on the Regulator’s priorities.

The Regulatory Authority, which recently became effectively operational with the nomination of the Board, has set an ambitious strategy for 2021-2025. The Regulator’s President Eng. Abdellatif Bardach, shares his priorities on the liberalisation of the electricity market, the unbundling of ONEE, the access to the transport network, as well as on tariffs, self-consumption and hydrogen.

February 2016
MEDREG book "Regulation and Investments in Energy Markets: Solutions for the Mediterranean" available online and in the book stores starting from today!

 MEDREG is pleased to announce the publication of the book “ Regulation & Investments in Energy Markets - Solutions for the Mediterranean” that collects the most relevant contribution produced by the first MEDREG Forum and several additional interventions from Mediterranean energy experts and researchers.

While Mediterranean countries face unprecedented challenges in the energy sector, this book  presents detailed information on energy policy and regulation, two necessary key factors needed to tackle the energy efficiency challenges of the region.

Key Features

  • Contains a detailed overview of the specificities and institutional frameworks of Mediterranean, giving greater clarity on existing energy practices in the region
  • Provides recommendations and contributions from leading scholars and key players in energy policy research
  • Presents information with a region-wide interdisciplinary approach based on specific industry information
January 2013
European Energy Journal
This publication, issued on the European Energy Journal under the title Establishing a Regional Mediterranean Electricity Market: Assessment and Strategy, has been developed by members of the Ad-hoc Group on Electricity Issues and the Secretariat, on the basis of a recent MEDREG study on the matter.
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