National Measures responding to Price Surge and Energy Crisis
The picking up of global energy demand due to increased economic activity necessary for economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, combined with the direct and indirect consequences of the war of Russia against Ukraine, has resulted in a surge in energy commodity prices. As other countries in Europe, Contracting Parties have taken measure to tackle the impact of the energy price surge.
The Secretariat and the Energy Community Regulatory Board are monitoring the impact of the price surge and compliance of the measures taken in response in line with their respective competences.
Below please find reports published sofar:
- Secretariat’s Note on Assessment of national measures to tackle the impacts of the energy price surge - preliminary findings and recommendations (September 2022)
- Secretariat’s Note on Assessment of measures undertaken in the Contracting Parties to tackle the impacts of the energy price surge (August 2022)
- ECRB EWG, Impact of the electricity price surge in Energy Community Contracting Parties and measures undertaken (April 2022)