What is CEER?
CEER is the leading voice of Europe’s national energy regulators. Its members and observers are the independent statutory bodies responsible for energy regulation in 39 European countries.
CEER, based in Brussels, deals with a broad range of energy issues including retail markets and consumers, distribution networks, smart grids, flexibility, sustainability, and international cooperation. For more, see here.
CEER's values are intended to guide and inform CEER's culture, behaviour and all associated outputs, in the interests of European energy consumers. Using the CEER acronym as a reminder, our values are:
We cooperate and collaborate, acting in solidarity in the European public interest.
We use evidence to independently promote regulatory positions and well-functioning markets in the consumer interest.
We value expertise and are dedicated to delivering excellent regulatory outcomes.
We act in a positive team environment with integrity and respect to all, also valuing equality and diversity.
CEER 2022-2025 Strategy “Empowering Consumers for the Energy Transition”
European energy regulators have a key role to play in promoting the energy transition and contributing to a carbon-neutral society and economy. To achieve this, CEER is implementing a triennial strategy that centres around consumers and empowers them to be actively involved in the energy transition. Read more here.
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