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CEER is putting consumers at the heart of EU energy policy
Welcome to the homepage of the European Energy Regulators
The Council of European Energy Regulators (CEER) is the voice of Europe's national regulators of electricity and gas at EU and international level. Through CEER, a non-for-profit association, the national regulators cooperate and exchange best practice. A key objective of the CEER is to facilitate the creation of a single, competitive, efficient and sustainable EU internal energy market that works in the public interest.
CEER works closely with and supports the work of the Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER). ACER, which has its seat in Ljubljana, is an EU Agency with its own staff and resources. CEER, based in Brussels, deals with many complementary (and not overlapping) issues to ACER's work such as international issues, smart grids, sustainability and customer issues.
The ICER Chronicle has a call for articles for its online publication (open to everyone) and a call for women in energy regulatory authorities to share their stories. More information on www.icer-regulators.net
What's new on CEER
2014-10-23 CEER launches its public consultation on the CEER Vision on Regulatory Arrangements for the Gas Storage Market
2014-10-23 CEER publishes its Status Review on monitoring access to LNG terminals in 2009-2013
2014-10-22 PR: Why is the decrease in wholesale energy prices not reflected in retail prices?