The German Economic Team (GET) and the Ukrainian NGO DiXi jointly conducted a three-day workshop on EU energy market regulation policy. Although the workshop could not take place in Kyiv as planned due to travel restrictions, all participants were invited via video conference. Energy experts and lecturers from the European University Institute of Florence, School of Regulation gave presentations.
Key topics presented:
- Theory of energy market regulation
- EU energy legislation
- Case study: Energy market liberalisation in Italy
- Tariff setting methods for electricity and gas distribution
- Liberalisation and protectionism in the energy sector, with best practice examples in the EU
The video conference offered the more than 30 participants from the Мinistry for Regional Development, Building and Housing of Ukraine, the Ministry of Energy and Environmental Protection, as well as other state institutions the opportunity to ask questions to the speakers via video and chat and to discuss separately in virtual break out sessions. The participants were especially delighted to have the opportunity to expand their professional network.