Regional project uniting energy regulators


August 26, 2015


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August 26, 2015


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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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