Meeting of the European Electricity Regulatory Forum
The Electricity Regulatory Forum, also referred to as the Florence Forum, was set up on the initiative of the Commission in 1998, to discuss the creation of the internal electricity market.
The Forum is currently addressing the cross-border trade of electricity, in particular the management of scarce interconnection capacity and how to organise electricity markets to meet our decarbonisation objectives and facilitate the integration of renewable electricity.
Participants include national regulatory authorities, Member State governments, the European Commission, Transmission System Operators (TSOs), electricity associations, consumers, network users, and power exchanges.
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