North Africa: Meeting Examines Ways of Further Integrating Maghreb and European Electricity Markets

Tunis — A meeting was held in Friday in Tunis on “the clearance and sustainability of the shares of the training activities undertaken by the project of the progressive integration of the Maghreb Electricity Market (IMME) in the EU’s electricity market”.

The “IMME” project requires a legislative and regulatory framework and it strengthens industrial structures of Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco, to create a sub-regional electricity market. These legislations should at first be in accordance with European standards in this sector so as to integrate in the EU’s electricity market.

The objective of this meeting is to identify the appropriate mechanisms to ensure the clearance of these trainings for the beneficiary countries and the sustainability of training activities at the regional level…read more

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