The Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER), a European Union Agency, was created by the Third Energy Package to further progress the completion of the internal energy market both for electricity and natural gas.
ACER was officially launched in March 2011, and has its seat in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
As an independent European structure which fosters cooperation among European energy regulators, ACER ensures that market integration and the harmonisation of regulatory frameworks are achieved within the framework of the EU’s energy policy objectives. The latter aim to create:
ACER is thus a central institution in the creation of a Single Energy Market to the benefit of all EU consumers!
Agency for the Cooperation
of the Energy Regulators
Trg republike 3
1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
tel. +386 (0) 8 205 34 00
fax +386 (0) 8 205 34 13
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