9th High-level (Virtual) Meeting of Regional Associations of Emerging Markets
December 16, 2020, 12:00 – 13:30
Timings are indicated in CET (GMT+1 – Budapest time)
Energy Regulators Regional Association (ERRA)
Mediterranean Regulators Association (MEDREG)
through Zoom online platform
In 2013, ERRA launched the organisation of an annual high-level roundtable gathering Associations of regulators from emerging economies of the world. The first roundtable was held in Istanbul (Turkey) and proved very successful and useful for participants, thus leading to the organization of subsequent meetings in Johannesburg (2014), in Istanbul again (2015), in Milan (2016), in Budapest (2017), in Cancun (2018), in Istanbul (2018) and in Milan (2019).
The objective is to continue offering a high-level exchange platform for Associations of regulators representing emerging economies to develop cooperation and exchange of experiences in several areas of energy regulation. Reflecting on 2020, the meeting will focus on the regulatory implications of the pandemic and the impact on the regulatory associations. The meeting will also include technical discussions such as energy transition and renewables regulation.
Confirmed participants include the following Associations: AFUR, ARIAE, EREA, ERERA, ERRA, MEDREG, OCCUR – and ICER as an observer.
13:00-13.10 Welcome address and introduction of participants
- Ms. Maia Melikidze, ERRA Chair
- Mr. Petrit Ahmeti, MEDREG President
13.10-14.00 Topic 1: COVID19 Implications and Impact on the Participating Associations
(Each Association is requested to make a max. 10-minute-long presentation)
- Questions & Answers
- Tour de table moderated by TBD
14.00-14.30 Topic 2: Energy Transition: The role of gas in supporting green transition in the Mediterranean region
- Mr. Vincenzo Cioffo, MEDREG GAS Working Group Chair
14:30-14:40 Technical break
14:40-15:00 Topic 3: Status of Renewables Regulation in ERRA Member Countries
- Introductory presentation by ERRA
15:00- 15:15 Topic 4: Joint Research Paper: Regulatory Considerations in the Development of Mini-Grids – Status Report
15:15-16:00 Topic 5: TBD
16:00-16:15 Wrap up and conclusions