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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...

Mediterranean energy market development was at the heart of discussions between MEDREG and the European Commission

On 24 January 2017, MEDREG (represented by permanent Vice-President, Ms. Termini, General Coordinator, Mr. Tambone, and the Secretariat) shared their vision with DG ENER Director General, Mr Ristori, on the development of a Mediterranean competitive energy market and the support that MEDREG can provide on national reforms. Mr. Ristori highlighted the important role played by MEDREG in gathering independent public institutions.
UfM Ministerial MEDREG President statement

Rome, 1 December 2016.
Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

During the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) Ministerial meeting which gathered ministers responsible for energy from 43 Member States, UfM Member States agreed on the importance of starting regional cooperation on energy in the Mediterranean basin, as it is a major factor for security of supply and stability for the entire region...
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Newly elected MEDREG Presidency committed to supporting regulatory reforms in the Southern Mediterranean

MEDREG newly elected Board, from left to right: Vice-President Ms. Gülefşan Demirbaş (EMRA, Turkey), President Mr. Alexandre Santos (ERSE, Portugal), Vice-President Ms. Wijdan Al Rabadi (EMRC, Jordan) and Permanent Vice President, Ms. Valeria Termini (AEEGSI, Italy).

30 November 2016, Rome
On the occasion of the 22nd General Assembly kindly hosted by the Italian Regulatory Authority for Electricity Gas and Water (AEEGSI) at the Italian Foreign Affairs Ministry on 30 November, Mediterranean Energy Regulators their new President, Mr. Alexandre Santos, Member of the Board of Directors of the Portuguese regulator, along with two Vice-Presidents, Mrs. Gülefşan Demirbaş (EMRA, Turkey) and Ms. Wijdan Al Rabadi (EMRC, Jordan)...
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European Union

This interview was given on the occasion of a joint side-event entitled “How energy regulators can contribute to fighting climate change” organized by MEDREG and GIZ in the framework of the COP22 in Marrakech on 16 November 2016.
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