At its meeting at the premises of the Secretariat today, the Advisory Committee to the Energy Community Regulatory School endorsed the fourth edition of the regulatory training programme. As in its previous editions, the Regulatory School will continue to provide tailor-made knowledge building for Contracting Parties’ national energy regulatory authorities related to new energy market and legal developments. The School will also deliver practical insights and share experiences made at EU level.
Courses in 2019 will aim at preparing regulatory authorities for their duties stemming from the Third Package gas network codes adopted in 2018 in the Energy Community as well as for early implementation of electricity market guidelines. The 2019 programme also features aspects of integration of renewable energy sources and distribution tariffs. The programme can still be expanded in order to reflect the needs and interests of Contracting Parties’ regulators.
The Energy Community Regulatory School Advisory Committee is composed of energy experts from the EU and Energy Community and advises the Energy Community Secretariat on the design, content and scope of the Regulatory School trainings. As a novelty, the Advisory Committee introduced an award and credit system for course participants.