Energy Regulators Regional Association (ERRA)
The Energy Regulators Regional Association (ERRA) is a regional, not-for-profit organisation that associates regulators from the Central and Eastern European countries as well as Asia, Africa, the Middle East and the United States. The organisation was founded in 2000 when the representatives of 15 Central and Eastern European countries signed a document under which a new association of regulators in Europe was established. Poland was also one of the founder countries.
The shared purpose of all ERRA member countries is to improve the regulatory tools and strengthen the position of the regulatory bodies and their independence. ERRA’s activity is directed towards shaping permanent cooperation between the regulators, the exchange of information and regulatory experience, likewise increasing the access to regulatory knowledge and promoting training in this scope among member countries.
ERO in ERRA
ERO’s involvement in the activity of ERRA is first of all aimed at exchanging information and sharing the regulatory practices with countries outside the EU. ERO’s experts participate in ERRA projects - workshops, seminars, exchange programmes, and the annual ERRA Energy Regulation and Investment Conference.
For more information on ERRA, please visit: ERRA website.