Regional project uniting energy regulators


August 26, 2015





August 26, 2015




United States Agency for International Development (USAID) announced that it hosted energy regulators from Albania, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Serbia and Ukraine for the launch of a new programme to support regional energy security and market transparency. During the program (2015-16), they will be supported in the preparation of guidelines promoting best practices in the operation of retail electricity markets, Albanian Telegraphic Agency reported.

The programe also provides participants with a collaborative environment, where U. S. regulators are available to provide the benefits of their experiences in electricity market development, the article published by AlbReporter said.

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