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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 EU renews its financial support to MEDREG

MEDREG has defined new activities for the two-year period 2018-2019, enshrined in a new grant contract recently endorsed by the European Commission.
The new action plan foresees activities aimed at stimulating regional integration, improving conditions for infrastructure investment, increasing efficiency of electricity and gas supply industries while promoting renewable energies, designing a common approach on consumer protection and enhancing regulatory capacity, skills and knowledge in the region.
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New report: the Mediterranean Energy Regulatory Outlook 2017

MEDREG has just published its long-awaited Mediterranean Energy Regulatory Outlook which presents the status of energy regulation in the Mediterranean Basin and provides a complete overview about how the national energy sectors are ruled, ranging from independent entities to governmental bodies.
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MEDREG discussed the way forward of the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) Energy Platforms

Participating in the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) Energy Platforms’ Annual Meeting held on 31 January and 1 February 2018 in Barcelona, MEDREG discussed the way forward for 2018 and 2019 in coordination with the EC, the UfM Secretariat and the platforms’ stakeholders.
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MEDREG highlighted the importance of a strong regulator to accompany Tunisia’s energy transition at a Solidar Tunisie conference

On 15 December, the MEDREG Secretariat participated in a Panel discussion on “How to create a vast Euro-Mediterranean energy zone: Governance, regulation, infrastructure?” as part of a conference organised by Solidar Tunisia, a parliamentary think tank based in Tunis. In the presence of local Ministries, institutions, politicians, ambassadors, companies and EU representatives, MEDREG stressed the importance of regional cooperation while renewing its support to the Tunisian authorities to reinforce their regulatory capacity.
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Tunisia learns European best 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.

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