MEDREG, Lebanon and Morocco new members

LCEC and ANRE join the Association of the Mediterranean Energy Regulators

scale.jpgThe number of members of the Association of the Mediterranean Energy Regulators, MEDREG, has reached 27. The Regulators of Morocco, Autorité nationale de régulation de l’electricité (ANRE), and Lebanon, Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) have actually joined the organization based in Milan.
Following two years of involvement in the activities undertaken by MEDREG, the Lebanese Ministry of Energy and Water nominated LCEC to represent Lebanon in the association. A message explains that its membership was unanimously accepted by the General Assembly, held on 29 November in Istanbul.
Meanwhile, the appointment of Abdellatif Bardach as President of the Moroccan ANRE formalized the membership of the recently established regulator to MEDREG.
Currently, MEDREG has 27 members from 22 countries: Albania, Algeria, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Cyprus, Egypt, France, Greece, Israel, Italy, Jordan, Libya, Lebanon, Malta, Montenegro, Morocco, the Palestinian Authority, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Tunisia and Turkey. Mauritania has begun the process of accession to the organization.


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06 February 2019 - 15:53 CET