The Council of European Energy Regulators (CEER1) has elected Lord Mogg2 as its President for a new term of office. He was also elected Chair of the Board of Regulators of the Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER) for another term.
The CEER Board of Directors comprises one President and up to five Vice Presidents. Ms Annegret Groebel, BNetzA (DE), Ms Valeria Termini, AEEGSI (IT) and Mr Tomislav Jurekovic, HERA (HR) were re-elected as CEER Vice Presidents.
The CEER General Assembly elected two new Vice Presidents: Ms Marie-Pierre Fauconnier, CREG (BE) and Mr Remko Bos, ACM (NL).
President Lord Mogg said: “I am proud to lead Europe’s energy regulators for a new term. We will continue our efforts in CEER to provide collective NRA expertise to ACER and the Institutions, to be a strong advocate of a consumer-centric European energy market, and to work with all energy stakeholders to drive forward Europe’s future energy union.”
The CEER elections took place yesterday at the CEER General Assembly meeting in Ljubljana. The CEER Board members commence their new 2.5 year period in office from 5 May 2015.
Notes for Editors:
The Council of European Energy Regulatory (CEER) is the voice of Europe’s national energy regulators. Its members and observers are the independent statutory bodies responsible for energy regulation at national level. Visit www.ceer.eu.
Lord Mogg is the President of CEER and Chair of ACER’s Board of Regulators. He also chairs the International Confederation of Energy Regulators (ICER). He was the former Chair of the United Kingdom’s energy regulatory authority, Ofgem, and currently is Ofgem’s European Advisor. He was the Director General, Internal Market and Financial Services at the European Commission for 10 years, following a period as the Deputy Director General, Industry, again at the Commission, from 1990 to 1993. He previously held posts in the British civil service including Deputy Head, European Secretariat in the Cabinet Office; and Principal Private Secretary to three Secretaries of State. John Mogg was knighted by the Queen in 2003 and since May 2008 is a Member of the UK House of Lords.
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