Date: September 2011
Location: Kyiv, Ukraine
Through support from the US Agency for International Development NARUC facilitated a partnership exchange with Ukraine’s National Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC). Through in-depth working groups, US and Ukrainian regulators exchanged information and experiences on energy efficiency, protection of vulnerable customers and revenue decoupling. Participants also visited the Ukrtransgaz’s dispatch center and the Gas Compressor Station and Gas Metrology Center in Boyarka.
Project Dates: 2010-Present
National Energy and Utilities Regulatory Commission
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