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MEDREG (Mediterranean Energy Regulators): Interconnection Infrastructures in the Mediterranean: A Challenging Environment for Investments, 2015, MED15-19GA-4.6B.
Med-TSO will play an important role in the development of Mediterranean electricity transport grids and will have to be a credible interlocutor for the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E), and the Association of Mediterranean Regulators for Electricity and Gas (Medreg), as well as in initiatives, such as Desertec.
Examples include the Maghreb Electricity Market Integration Project (IMME) signed by the three counties of the Maghreb region, the Euro-Mediterranean Energy Market Integration (MEDEMIP), the setting up of Euro-Med energy regulators (MEDREG) and the launch in Naples last week of the cooperation platform between electricity transport operators (METSO), which will enable the integration of electricity networks across the Mediterranean and will also allow us to meet specific needs, such as easing of networks' access to green' electricity.
The Association of Mediterranean Regulators for Electricity and Gas (MEDREG) elected a new president and a new board for the period 2010-2012, at its 9th General Assembly, in Malta on 28 May.