Europe and Eurasia: Black Sea Initiative

Workshop on Development of RES Principles

Date: October 2011
Location: Budapest, Hungary

With the support of the US Agency for International Development, Black Sea regulators discussed a draft version of a Principles of Regulation document on renewable energy sources (RES). The document examined regulatory issues and principles in promoting RES integration and identifying the process of preparing a framework of regulatory guidelines for the Black Sea region. NARUC experts shared detailed case studies on US experience in measurement and verification of RES, integration of RES generators, energy efficiency and market monitoring.






At A Glance

Project Dates: 2010-Present

Primary Partners:

National Regulators from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Turkey, and Ukraine

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