- EU4Energy Governance Country
- Day of accession
- 24 June 2016
The EU4Energy Governance Project was a technical assistance project managed by the Energy Community Secretariat between 2016 and 2020 and funded by the European Union, under the EU4Energy Initiative. It targeted policymakers working in the energy sector of Eastern Partner countries to help them strengthen their legislative and regulatory frameworks as well as identify investment opportunities in key energy infrastructure projects. The project supported the preparation and adoption of energy efficiency, electricity and market, gas markets, renewable energy, oil stocks, infrastructure and energy-related environmental legislation.
|A well-functioning energy sector needs clear rules and regulations that ensure both competition and legal certainty. With such rules and regulations in place, consumers such as households, businesses and industry can expect the following benefits:|
Ministry of Energy and Coal Industry
30 Khreshchatyk street
(+38 044) 221 4364
National Electricity Regulatory Commission
Ministry of Economy and Infrastructure
1 Piata Adunarii Nationale
(+373 22) 270 029
National Energy Regulatory Agency
90 Columna street
(+373 22) 541 384
Transmission System Operator, Moldelectrica
78 V. Alecsandri street
(+373 22) 253 487
The diagram below displays the overall scheme of the key institutions and their area of engagement under the EU4Energy Programme during 2016 - 2020.
This website has been produced with the assistance of the European Union in Phase I: 2016-2020 of the EU4Energy Initiative. The contents are the sole responsibility of the Energy Community Secretariat and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union.