C23-DS-CRM-161-03, 08 August 2023 This report presents an overview of the development of electric mobility and the main issues for national regulatory authorities regarding the deployment of recharging infrastructure, integration of electric mobility into energy systems, and consumer issues. It sets out courses of action for national regulators to ensure the sustainable development of electric mobility in line with European objectives. Read more... Citizens' Q&A
C23-EPU-52-04, 12 July 2023 The paper offers a summary of where energy regulators’ priorities and focus were in the first half of 2023 and points to key trends that emerged during that period. The aim is to provide an overview of our work but also to encourage readers to look into some of our recent reports more closely.
14 July 2023 The given document has been designed for the communication and PR specialists of the national energy regulatory authorities (NRA) of the Eastern Partnership (EaP) Countries, as well as journalists. The aim is to aid the communication professionals of these entities in enhancing their work by presenting some key principles, case studies and sharing European examples.
C23-EPU-50-03, 26 January 2023 The paper offers a summary of where energy regulators’ priorities and focus were in the second half of 2022 and points to key trends that emerged during that period. The aim is to provide an overview of our work but also to encourage readers to look into some of our recent reports more closely.
C22-IRB-61-03, 19 January 2023 This document presents the 2022 edition of the CEER report on regulatory frameworks for European energy networks. This report provides a general overview of the regulatory regimes applied in 2022 and the required efficiency developments. It also analyses the overall determination of capital costs of CEER members plus Northern Ireland and five Energy Community Regulatory Board (ECRB) members, four of which are also CEER observers. A major focus is placed on the calculation of an adequate rate of return (RoR), the determination of the regulatory asset base (RAB) and the depreciation of assets in the different regulatory regimes. Other important individual parameters and new incentive mechanisms presented in this study should be interpreted in the context of a whole country-specific regulatory regime. Some contents only reflect an ex ante approach for 2022, while ex post calculations are yet to be performed. This report also serves as a background paper to CEER work on incentives, both in a quantitative as well as in a qualitative way.