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ERRA Certified Energy Regulator Programme

ERRA developed the Certified Energy Regulator training certificate to indicate that participants in ERRA courses have achieved a set level of fluency in the regulatory field. The feedback from participants has been positive and provides them with a recognized certificate that enables them and others to know of their regulatory competency.
 
In order to receive the certicifate, participants should collect at least 30 credits within 3 years.
 
Credits awarded upon successful completion of the ERRA Training Courses: 10 CER credits. Criteria for a successful completion of the classroom training courses:
  • Students must attend at least 80% of the classes and exercises of the training course.
  • Students must accomplish the final test of the training course within the classroom in a time period specified by the organizers.
  • Students must achieve 60% of the final test in order to earn 10 CER credits. Test scores below 60% will result in 5 CER credits only.

 

ERRA issued 29 CER diplomas since 2010 to the following participants who successfully completed ERRA training courses:

  • Erind KRAJA – Albanian Energy Regulator (2010)
  • Doris CARCANI – Albanian Energy Regulator (2010)
  • Cana BATRICEVIC – Energy Regulatory Agency of Montenegro (2010)
  • Milenko TOMIĆ – State Electricity Regulatory Commission of Bosnia and Herzegovina (2010)
  • Samil REXHEPI – Energy Regulatory Commission of Macedonia (2011)
  • Gordana STANKOVIC – Croatian Energy Regulatory Agency (2011)
  • Hrvoje MILICIC – Croatian Energy Regulatory Agency (2011)
  • Levan GENDZEKHADZE – Georgian National Energy Regulatory Commission (2011)
  • Alpaslan SERPEN – Alarko Holding A.Ş., Turkey (2012)
  • Halil TOSLAK – Meram Elektrik Dağıtım A.Ş., Turkey (2012)
  • Yasir ALTURKI – King Saudi University, Saudi Arabia (2013)
  • Dimitry NAMGALADZE – Georgian National Energy Regulatory Commission (2013)
  • Majed AL-SALEM – Electricity & Co-generation Regulatory Authority of Saudi Arabia (2013)
  • Roland IRKLIS – Public Utilities Commission of Latvia (2013)
  • Inese IKSTENA – Public Utilities Commission of Latvia (2013)
  • Fidan YARDIM – Boğaziçi Elektrik Dağıtım A.Ş., Turkey (2013)
  • Mohamad Marwan JAMAL – Regulation and Supervision Bureau of Abu Dhabi, UAE (2013)
  • Chamath GOONEWARDENA – Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka (2013)
  • Mirgul AIDAROVA – State Department of Fuel and Energy Regulation at the Ministry of Energy and Industry of the Kyrgyz Republic (2014)
  • Ainura AKMATOVA – State Department of Fuel and Energy Regulation at the Ministry of Energy and Industry of the Kyrgyz Republic (2014)
  • Elena MARKOVA-VELINOVA – Energy Regulatory Commission of Macedonia (2014)
  • Vlatka PREDAVEC – Croatian Energy Market Operator Ltd. (2014)
  • Elcin AKCURA – European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, EBRD (2014)
  • Anastasija STEFANOVSKA – Energy Regulatory Commission of Macedonia (2015)
  • Abba IBRAHIM – Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (2015)
  • Nikoloz SHUBLADZE – Georgian National Energy and Water Supply Regulatory Commission (2015)
  • John OBED ALILEE – Vanuatu Utilities Regulatory Authority (2016)
  • Georgia SHENGELIA – Georgian National Energy and Water Supply Regulatory Commission (2016)
  • Aivars VEISS – Public Utilities Commission (PUC), Latvia (2016)

CONGRATULATIONS!

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