Europe’s energy regulators work cooperatively on energy market and regulatory issues through two bodies: the Council of European Energy Regulators (CEER) and the EU Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER). Indeed, the European energy regulators are committed to a complementary approach to energy regulation in Europe; with ACER focusing on its statutory tasks related to cross-border market development and oversight and CEER pursuing a broader variety of issues.
In order to demonstrate a comprehensive picture of regulatory activity in the year ahead, CEER and ACER have aligned the timing of the work programmes, presenting them jointly to stakeholders and inviting comments, in parallel, on the two sets of deliverables.
CEER invites all interested parties to provide comments on the CEER 2013 work programme by sending us your views to WP2013@ceer.eu byMonday,30 July 2012.
The CEER 2013 work programme can be found in this section of the CEER website under the tab "Consultation documents".
ACER and CEER are also organising a lunchtime presentation on our Draft 2013 Work Programmes on Wednesday 11 July 2012 in Brussels. Registration for this lunchtime presentation can be done online via the ACER website.
Following the close of the public consultation, CEER will review its draft proposals and develop a final work programme. CEER will publish all responses received from stakeholders that are not indicated as confidential.
Any questions on the consultation document and the consultation process should in the first instance be directed to: