The European Commission approved Work Programmes for three Eastern Partnership (EaP) countries-Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine, which will be implemented in the framework of the EU4Energy Governance project.
The Work Programmes identify specific activities that will be implemented with the support of the European Union by the Energy Community Secretariat until the end of 2022. The targeted sectors are electricity and gas markets, energy efficiency and renewable energy. In order to better measure the impact of policy reforms, the Secretariat will develop and use additional implementation indicators.
The EU4Energy Phase II - Component 1 project will contribute to the development of sound legislative and regulatory frameworks for energy in order to support the region’s transition to clean energy and the liberalisation of the energy market. Through the project, the citizens of Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine will benefit from enhanced energy security and transparency of energy markets, increasing the accessibility and affordability of energy. The project´s work on energy efficiency and renewable energy will also improve quality of life through emissions reductions.
The EU-funded EU4Energy project highlights the importance of collaboration and cooperation between the EU, implementing partners and beneficiary institutions in implementing reforms and bringing concrete benefits to citizens. The Programme will promote the engagement of EaP citizens in its activities and reforms through consultations and roundtables, as well as a series of campaigns to empower and engage citizens directly. A particular focus of the Programme will be on gender equality, emphasising the importance of women’s engagement in the energy sector and their potential to take on leadership roles.
The Work Programmes for the EU4Energy Governance Project are available on the Energy Community website.
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The EU4Energy Governance Project is co-funded by the European Union and implemented by the Energy Community Secretariat.