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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...

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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MEDREG approved its new Action Plan for 2018-2019 in its 24th General Assembly

On 29 November, MEDREG gathered for its 24th General Assembly in Larnaca (Cyprus), approving the organisation’s new Action Plan for the two coming years, as well as important reports such as a Regulatory Outlook, the Mediterranean Electricity Market Observatory (MEMO), and a Benchmarking Assessment of Renewable data of 15 Mediterranean countries.
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Regulators and Agencies for Energy Conservation to work hand in hand towards regional cooperation and sustainable energy transition

On 23 November, MEDREG held a workshop together with the Mediterranean Association of the National Agencies for Energy Conservation (MEDENER) at the European Parliament in Brussels to discuss how they can step up their cooperation with coordinated actions that concretely promote sustainable energy in the Mediterranean.

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MEDREG met with Ministers and Energy Regulatory Authorities of Israel and Palestine to strengthen regional cooperation in electricity and gas markets

In an official visit to Israel and Palestine on 15 and 16 November, MEDREG’s President and General Coordinator, Mr Alexandre Santos and Mr Fabio Tambone, reaffirmed MEDREG’s support to its Southern shore Members. They met with Dr. Yuval Steinitz, Israel’s Energy Minister (left photo), and with His Excellency Eng. Zafer Melhem, Palestine’s Energy Minister and Chairman of the Palestinian Energy Authority (right photo), to define and agree on concrete ways of supporting the two countries’ energy market and regulatory reforms. 
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We are hiring!

In view of the increasing activities planned in the forthcoming two-year period 2018-2019 and to support its Secretariat in Milan, MEDREG is opening 4 new positions. The Secretariat, currently composed of 5 people, is looking for a Deputy Secretary General, a Junior Policy Expert, a Detached Energy Expert (restricted to MEDREG members) and an Office Assistant. Closing date: 30 November and 10 December 2017.
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MEDREG’s Working Groups about to finalise the Regulatory Outlook and other key RES, Gas and Consumer reports

In October, MEDREG’s Working Groups (WGs) met to discuss and finalise key deliverables making significant breakthrough on the Mediterranean Electricity Observatory (MEMO) Report, the assessment of gas competition indicators and market prices, a RES benchmarking report, a survey on disconnection procedures and the Regulatory Outlook. The WGs also acknowledged a very encouraging start of the Support to Regulatory Reforms activities and are working on MEDREG’s contribution to the UfM Gas Platform.
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MEDREG shared its experience to support an empowered energy regulator in Morocco in a conference organised by GIZ in Rabat

In a conference organised on 30 October in Rabat by the German Corporation for International Cooperation (GIZ) on “Energy Market transformation: challenges and implication”, MEDREG shared its experience to support Morocco’s effort to reform its legislative and regulatory framework and support its ambitious low carbon energy objectives.
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