The Energy Community Parliamentary Plenum meeting, held on May 23rd, marked a significant gathering of members from the European Parliament and national parliaments representing the Energy Community Contracting Parties. Esteemed participants included delegates from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo*, North Macedonia, Georgia, Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia, and Ukraine.
The primary focus of the meeting was to evaluate the progress made in implementing the 2030 targets and delve into the implications of two significant initiatives—the European Green Deal and the Fit for 55 Package. Constructive discussions took place to shape the pathway for a sustainable future in the energy sector.
A particular session of the Plenum was dedicated to the development of an integrated and green energy sector in post-war Ukraine. Recognizing the unique challenges faced by Ukraine in the aftermath of conflicts, delegates explored ways to support the country's transition toward a cleaner and more resilient energy landscape.
The Energy Community Parliamentary Plenum is committed to addressing shared energy challenges and establishing a fully functioning pan-European energy market that benefits all citizens.
By fostering collaboration and dialogue among stakeholders, the Energy Community Secretariat and its partners aim to shape policies that propel the region towards sustainable energy development.