The potential for an integrated European energy market has been a key priority for the European Union and an important topic for the Lithuanian EU Council Presidency. In order to accomplish a fully connected energy market, efforts have been made to put in place the right regulatory and infrastructure conditions.
Happened this October: ACER publishes its work programme 2014, The Economist says that Europe’s electricity providers are in trouble, the European Commission claims that there should be fewer telecoms markets in Europe, and we see how the world would look like if each country were as big as its amount of citizens with internet access.
Aphaia representatives Maria Barroso Gomes and Urša Primožič attended the Agency for the Cooperation of the Energy Regulators’ 1st annual conference that took place on 14 March 2012 at the Castle of Ljubljana.
The EU Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER) is celebrating its first birthday. ACER became operational exactly one year ago, on 3 March 2011.