OUR MISSION

Creating an

integrated and sustainable

pan-European energy market 

The 2018 report

The Secretariat's

implementation report 2018

now available online

 

RAISING AWARENESS

A new website on

biomass-based heating 

with Word Bank and WBIF

Latest

News

News Overview
19 September 2019

EU4Energy to assist Moldova and Ukraine in improving cross-border trade mechanisms

On 19 September, the kick-off meeting for technical assistance to improve inter-transmission system operator cross-border trade mechanisms between Moldova and Ukraine..

Read more
18 September 2019

Workshop highlights lack of focus on energy and regional cooperation in Contracting Parties’ cybersecurity strategies

Read more
16 September 2019

High-Level Policy Talk on "Coal Regions in Transition and the Energy Community”

Read more
Pick a date to find out about our many events!

New study on coal subsidies and their impacts now available online

Published September 2019

Author Miljević, Mumović, Kopač

Latest
Implementation
Updates

Ukraine Ukraine  on 1 August 2019

NEURC publishes the Report on Revenues received by Ukrenergo from activity of cross-border capacity allocation 

Read more
Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina  on 31 July 2019

Bosnia and Herzegovina submitted its third Annual Report under the Energy Efficiency Directive to the Secretariat.

Read more
North Macedonia North Macedonia  on 31 July 2019

The Third Progress Report on promotion and use of energy from renewable energy sources was submitted to the Secretariat. 

Read more
Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina  on 31 July 2019

Bosnia and Herzegovina submitted to the Secretariat its third Progress Report under the Renewable Energy Directive.

Read more
North Macedonia North Macedonia  on 4 July 2019

North Macedonia submits to the Secretariat its 2019 security of supply statement on electricity, gas and oil. 

Read more
Montenegro Montenegro  on 1 July 2019

Ahead of the expected entry into operation of the new electricity interconnection between Montenegro and Italy, CGES and TERNA launched a public consultation on the rules to be applied for the allocation of transmission rights on this border.

Read more
Montenegro Montenegro  on 27 June 2019

The fourth Energy Efficiency Action Plan for the period 2019-2021, in line with the requirements of Directive 2012/27/EU, was approved by the Government of Montenegro.

Read more
North Macedonia North Macedonia  on 21 June 2019

Secretariat published its Opinion 3/19 on the certification of MEPSO.

Read more

In the
Spotlight

  • Energy Community Regulatory School

    Energy Community Regulatory School

    The Energy Community Regulatory School aims at supporting the technical knowledge of national energy regulatory authorities to effectively implement and efficiently apply the acquis  – such as but not limited to gas and electricity network codes and guidelines or REMIT as well as resulting increasingly developing market activities.

    Beyond the mere legal aspects, the Energy Community Regulatory School is dedicated to deliver practical insights and share experience made on EU level. Praxis oriented, interactive and in-depth discussions will be in the core of the training courses tailor made for the Contracting Parties’ regulators.

    The Secretariat began with the Energy Community Regulatory School training in late 2017. There have been 10 training courses so far, six more are planned for 2019. The training is an ongoing activity. 

    Read more
  • Western Balkan Six Initiative

    Energy Community Western Balkan Six Initiative

    Under the Western Balkan 6 Initiative, the six Energy Community Contracting Parties in Southeast Europe have strengthened their efforts to develop a regional electricity market in the Western Balkan Region and beyond. Under a process steered by the Energy Community Secretariat, the WB6 countries are removing step-by-step the existing legislative and regulatory barriers and enhancing the institutional structures necessary for the functioning of the market in line with the Energy Community Treaty and relevant EU acquis.

    At the same time, the WB6 countries agreed to step up the uptake of measures to render their energy sectors more sustainable via the implementation of the actions under the Energy Community Sustainability Charter. 

    Read more
  • EU4ENERGY Governance

    EU4ENERGY Governance

    Under the EU4ENERGY Governance Project managed by the Energy Community Secretariat, three Energy Community Member countries – Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine, one Observer – Armenia, and two neighbouring countries - Belarus and Armenia are receiving enhanced assistance to reform their legal and regulatory frameworks in line with the Energy Community Treaty and EU best practice.

    The Project covers gas, electricity, energy efficiency and renewables issues and aims to improve the investment climate for key energy infrastructure projects. It is part of a wider EU4ENERGY Programme.

    Read more
  • Dispute Resolution and Negotiation Centre

    Dispute Resolution and Negotiation Centre

    The Secretariat’s Dispute Resolution and Negotiation Centre provides high-quality services in negotiation and mediation of investor-state disputes and offers negotiation support to national authorities in their negotiations with private parties. The Centre also facilitates the swift closure of dispute settlement cases under the Energy Community Treaty via tailor-made negotiation and mediation facilities.

    A group of experienced negotiators covering a wide-range of expertise supports the work of the Centre. 

    Read more
  • Infrastructure Transparency Platform

    Infrastructure Transparency Platform

    Attracting investment in energy infrastructure is one of the key objective of the Energy Community Treaty. The Energy Community Infrastructure Transparency Platform is a tailor-made tool for monitoring the implementation of Projects of Energy Community Interest and Projects of Mutual Interest.

    The tool provides basic project data, technical and financial information as well as tracks the projects' overall realisation. The interactive map application provides up-to-date information on the geographic location of each project. 

    Read more