The Energy Community Secretariat, in collaboration with the Council of European Energy Regulators, is hosting a two-day Regional Training on Understanding Energy Markets, in Batumi, Georgia. This regional training is organized as part of the EU4Energy Programme - "Promoting the Clean Energy Transition in the Eastern Partnership Countries." It aims to bring together parliamentary employees from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova, and Ukraine to enhance their knowledge of the structured electricity and gas markets within the European Union. The training will delve into their role in shaping policy and explore the key challenges and opportunities facing these markets. By providing comprehensive insights into the energy markets, the training aims to equip participants with the necessary expertise to shape effective policies, paving the way for a future fueled by reliable, affordable, and clean energy sources.
This tailor-made training program will cover various aspects of renewable energy, including the design of support schemes and self-consumption mechanisms. Additionally, it will focus on identifying areas that require improvement, such as permit-granting procedures, to foster the growth of renewable energy. By addressing these critical issues, the training aims to support the Eastern Partnership Countries in achieving their clean energy transition goals.
Funded by the European Union, the EU4Energy programme is a collaborative effort between the Energy Community Secretariat, the Council of European Energy Regulators, and the International Energy Agency.