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Secretariat publishes its 2019 implementation report, now available online

Published 18 November 2019

Author The Energy Community Secretariat

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Updates

Georgia Georgia  on 18 December 2019

Parliament adopts the Law on Energy and Water Supply and the Law on Renewable Energy Sources.

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Ukraine Ukraine  on 17 December 2019

With its Opinion 04/2019, Secretariat confirms that the newly established gas TSO, GTSO, is unbundled in line with the requirements from European law.

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Ukraine Ukraine  on 12 December 2019

Ukrainian Parliament adopts two new laws on climate.

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Moldova Moldova  on 22 November 2019

ANRE adopts a natural gas code, an electricity network code and two relevant Regulations that transpose the gas and electricity Network Code Regulations.

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Serbia Serbia  on 19 November 2019

Serbia submitted the Secretariat its third Annual Report under the Energy Efficiency Directive.

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Ukraine Ukraine  on 5 November 2019

The third Annual Report under Directive 2012/27/EU on Energy Efficiency was submitted to the Energy Community Secretariat. 

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North Macedonia North Macedonia  on 29 October 2019

Government’s Decree on operation of the organized market operator, including the necessary technical, staffing and financial conditions, was adopted.

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Moldova Moldova  on 23 October 2019

Third Annual Report under the Directive 2012/27/EU on Energy Efficiency was submitted to the Energy Community Secretariat.

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Montenegro Montenegro  on 17 October 2019

At its 139th session, the Government of Montenegro adopted the Law on Protection from the Negative Impact of Climate Change.

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Ukraine Ukraine  on 7 October 2019

NEURC approves the preliminary certification decision on Ukrenergo.

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    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.

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  • Energy Community Regulatory School

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    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. 

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

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    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. 

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