Europe and Eurasia: Moldova

Partnership Exchange on Commission Practices and Tariffs

Date: September 2010
Location: Jefferson City, Missouri

With the support of the US Agency for International Development, NARUC implemented a partnership exchange between Moldova’s National Agency for Energy Regulation (ANRE) and the Missouri Public Service Commission on commission practices, tariffs and other issues.

Discussion topics during the activity included the organization and management of commission activities, tariff development and ratemaking process, ethics, Electronic Filing and Information Systems, auditing issues, energy sector regulation, renewables and consumer affairs. The Moldovan delegation also met with Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster and visited the AmerenUE utility company in St. Louis and the Lost Creek Wind Farm in Kansas City.






At A Glance

Project Dates:2002-2004; 2010-Present

Primary Partners:

National Agency for Energy Regulation of Moldova (ANRE)

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