Mediterranean energy strategy and forum in focus at MEDREG General Assembly

The Association of Mediterranean Energy Regulators (MEDREG) held its 17th General Assembly in the Jordanian capital Amman on 4 June, at which it presented and discussed the strategy it is developing for 2020-2030, defining the role of regulators in establishing a Mediterranean Energy Community, and the Mediterranean Forum on Energy Regulation that it will be organising next November.
Being the only association representing independent public authorities in the Mediterranean energy sector, MEDREG is developing a strategy for 2020-2030 to define the role that regulators can play in the establishment of a Mediterranean Energy Community.
MEDREG, supported by the European Commission, is organising a Mediterranean Forum on Energy Regulation, to be held in Barcelona on 26 November 2014. The MEDREG Forum is conceived as an institutional tool to strengthen dialogue with public and private organisations.
MEDREG is an Association that brings together energy regulators of 20 countries around the Mediterranean in order to promote a clear, stable and harmonised legal and regulatory framework through a continuous cooperation among the Northern, Southern and Eastern shores of the Mediterranean basin. MEDREG benefits from the support of the European Union and of the Council of European Energy Regulators (CEER).