The EU4Energy Governance Project is a technical assistance project funded by the European Union, under the EU4Energy Initiative. It targets policymakers working in the energy sector of the Eastern Partner countries and helps them strengthen their legislative, as well as regulatory frameworks and identify investment opportunities in key energy infrastructure projects.
Within this project, the energy community secretariat delivers technical assistance to three Eastern partner countries (Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine) which are members of the Energy Community.
– Help Eastern partner countries to prepare energy legislation and regulations.
– Promote the adoption of new legislation.
– Provide capacity building to support reforms.
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:
– Lower energy bills.
– Improved reliability and security of energy supply.
– Improved quality of service.
– Reduced environmental damage.
– Reduced energy poverty.