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Europe and Eurasia: Moldova

Partnership Exchange on Ethics and Licensing

Date: May 2013
Location: Chisinau, Moldova

With the support of the US Agency for International Development, NARUC facilitated a partnership exchange between the National Energy Regulatory Agency of Moldova (ANRE) and regulators from Missouri, Rhode Island and Ohio on key issues facing the Moldovan regulator. Specific items up for discussion included professional ethics in the work of the regulatory authorities, methods for solving disputes and for addressing license violations and regulatory competencies in monitoring.

The activity also included a two-day forum involving stakeholders from the Moldovan government as well as academia, DSOs and others on market liberalization and renewable energy.

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At A Glance

Project Dates:2002-2004; 2010-Present

Primary Partners:

National Agency for Energy Regulation of Moldova (ANRE)

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