CEEP is a media partner of the “Electricity Market Integration 2.0” in Central and South East Europe event, organised by the European Commission and the REKK Foundation in Budapest, the 30th of May.

The objective of the 2nd Central and South East Europe Energy Policy Forum is to bring together decision makers and industry representatives from the CSEE region to discuss the next steps of electricity market integration in this region. Up to date, NTC-based day-ahead market coupling (e.g. 4MCC formed by the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania) has been the most sophisticated result of former market integration efforts in the region.

This is an open forum with about 120-150 participants from the CSEE region. High level representatives of ministries, regulatory agencies and energy companies are expected. The invited keynote speaker is Maroš Šefčovič, Vice-President for Energy Union, European Commission.