ACER presents its Conclusions Paper ‘Energy regulation: A Bridge to 2025’


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ACER, in cooperation with CEER, invites institutional representatives, stakeholders and other interested parties to the presentation of its Conclusions Paper “Energy Regulation: A Bridge to 2025” to take place on 23 September at the Auditorium of the Royal Museums of Art and History in Brussels. The event will also be broadcast live via webstream. The Paper contains European energy regulators’ considered conclusions on the challenges we expect the electricity and gas sectors to face over the coming decade and on the appropriate regulatory response within the framework of the Europe’s Internal Energy Market. The formal public consultation on the draft document was held over a six-week period to 16 June and provided rich feedback from stakeholders. 


The Conclusions Paper covers a wide range of aspects and is structured principally along sectoral lines: the gas and electricity sectors, including the changing face of electricity generation in the European Union; the changing role of Distribution System Operators; and consumer empowerment and protection and the achievement of retail markets. The document also includes a chapter on the governance of the process for the development of the internal European gas and electricity markets. 


 To attend this joint ACER-CEER event, please register here. Registrations will be treated on a first-come-first-serve basis. Please note that, due to limited room capacity, the number of representatives per organisation may need to be restricted. To follow the event via webstreaming, no registration is necessary. The webstreaming link will be visible here on the date of the event.