International interconnection projects will be the focus of a two-day EU meeting organized by RAE, the Regulatory Authority for Energy, for October 25 and 26 in Athens.
European officials, including regulatory authorities, will gather in Athens to discuss the level of progress of regulatory revisions, needed to support the full development and proper functioning of natural gas interconnection projects in Europe. This is crucial for plans looking to achieve adequate natural gas supply in European markets.
With this in mind, European regulatory authorities are currently focusing on efforts to implement European-wide distribution and balancing codes. Harmonious integration in this department promises to facilitate trans-boundary investments in energy infrastructure projects.