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July-August 2022 Newsletter 

The European energy sector's hot summer

The contingencies of Europe's energy crisis have kept regulators busy this summer. On 26 July, the European Commission released its "Save Gas for a Safe Winter" plan, prompting NRAs to express their support for a proactive approach that protects European consumers. CEER also released three publications, including the ACER-CEER Gas Market Monitoring Report, which addresses the challenging circumstances the gas market is currently experiencing. Energy security will also be centre stage at the EUSEW2022 Conference, for which CEER is convening experts from across Europe for two timely sessions on 29 September on the topics of decarbonised gases and empowering consumers.
EU energy regulators welcome proactive approach of the
“Save Gas for a Safe Winter” Plan

In their response to the European Commission's plan, the EU Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER) and CEER agree with the need to voluntarily reduce gas consumption now to avoid low levels of reserves, potential disruptions and higher costs later. They express support for a well-defined crisis response process while warning against unduly distorting competitive markets. 
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Upcoming Events
EUSEW 2022: Achieving energy independence and the green transition: REPowering consumers
Brussels, Belgium, 29 September - 9:30 ‐ 11:00 CET
Consumers and industry experience barriers to shift to renewables and drive the energy transition. CEER, BEUC, ANEC and SolarPower Europe will discuss concrete solutions and where further EU action is needed. Register now!
EUSEW 2022: The potential of renewable gases to support the energy transition and guarantee security of supply
Brussels, Belgium, 29 September - 14:00 ‐ 15:30 CET
CEER, IRENA, FSR, FEL Portugal and CERRE will discuss the transformational potential renewable gases, such as green hydrogen and biomethane, have in the medium run for our energy system as well as the infrastructure and market structures that are required. Register now!
Renewable Energy Investment Conference
Tbilisi, Georgia, 26-28 October 2022
The three-day conference will gather decision-makers, regulators, investors, and experts in green energy to catalyse investments for the acceleration of the clean energy transition. Register now!
World Forum on Energy Regulation
Lima, Peru, March 2023
Held only once every three years, WFER is the leading international conference on energy regulation. It brings together key energy industry players, high-level policymakers, academics and regulators to engage in strategic discussions on different regulatory schemes.
  • What Regulators Stood for in the First Half of 2022

    Published on 14 July, this paper reviews the work CEER delivered and highlights the key messages of the first half of the year. It offers a snapshot of energy regulators’ priorities during that period and points to key trends that emerged. By providing an overview of CEER's work, the report aims to spark readers’ interest in some of CEER's recent publications.
  • ACER-CEER Gas Wholesale Markets Monitoring Report

    Published on 15 July, the Gas Wholesale Markets Volume of the annual Market Monitoring Report provides an overview of the current state of the EU gas markets. It looks at gas market developments and the drivers of the unprecedented gas price rise, as well as the level of competition and gas market functioning. It reports on the main findings including record high LNG imports, and provides a set of recommendations to deal with the challenging market circumstances.
  • CEER Guidelines of Good Practice for Future-Proof Comparison Tools in the Energy Sector

    Price comparison tools play an essential role in providing reliable and usable information on available offers to European energy customers. On 4 August, CEER published this third edition of the Guidelines report with updates to its recommendations for best market practices concerning energy price comparison tools in the electricity and gas sectors.
CEER in the press
Bloomberg TV
On 11 August, CEER President Annegret Groebel was interviewed by Bloomberg TV on regulators' role in Europe's current energy crisis, including how gas shortages can be avoided and the importance of solidarity across EU borders.
ICER Chronicle
Slobodan Vidović, from German regulator BNetzA, gives his take on dynamic regulation in the article "Energy Regulators Promote Dynamic Regulation to Boost Innovation". Read it in the ICER Chronicle's summer edition.
CEER Training Academy
Our programme focuses on the current challenges that energy regulators are facing, covering latest developments and new frameworks in the energy sector.

wo special trainings are exceptionally open to the public:
Training on Regulation of Energy Communities and New Business Models in the Energy Sector 
Hybrid / 27-29 September 2022


Course coordinator:
CEER-EFET Training on European Wholesale Electricity and Gas Market Trading
Hybrid / 30 November - 1 December 2022

For more information, contact our course coordinator:  

If you are a staff member of a regulatory authority, click here to discover our full training programme, which includes a wide variety of courses that deliver job-related skills across all levels, from introductory to advanced. 
Work with us
Consultants wanted! CEER is looking for consultants interested in a tender to assist in the development of a CEER consultation on the “Analysis of current and future DSO data exchange practices relating to flexibility data within Europe”. Offers are accepted until the end of the day on Wednesday 7 September 2022. Read more and download the Terms of Reference.

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