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Experts invite to discuss the problems of the retail gas market launch

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On November 2, experts of the Energy Reforms coalition initiate a public discussion on the conditions under which competition is possible in the retail market for household consumers.

The aim is to hear the voice of potential new players in the gas market and to identify the first steps to lift the barriers to the free choice of supplier by consumers.

Media is kindly invited to attend:

What?          Round table "What are the conditions for retail gas consumers to switch supplier"
When? November 2, 2017, from 10:00 to 12:30
Where?         PANORAMA conference hall of CITYHOTEL (Bohdana Khmelnytskogo Str. 56А, floor 7)

 

Representatives of the Ministry of Energy and Coal Industry, the NEURC, the Energy Community Secretariat, the Better Regulation Delivery Office, the Antimonopoly Committee, incumbent gas suppliers and potential new players of the market, civil society expert organizations and leading mass media are invited to participate in the round table.

 

For accreditation, please fill in the form: https://goo.gl/forms/ckkoDLpJOlWJuENv2 by COB November 1. Simultaneous UA-EN translation will be provided.For more information, please contact Victoriya Torop via e-mail: [email protected] or tel: +380 (68) 990 33 05.

 

Background Information: The project “Enhancing impact of civil society in monitoring and policy dialogue on energy and related sectors’ reforms in line with the Association Agreement implementation” aims at strengthening the role of civil society in advocating reforms in the energy and related sectors. The project is funded by the EU and co-funded by the International Renaissance Foundation, it is implemented by NGO “DIXI GROUP” together with project partners, Civil Network “OPORA”, All-Ukrainian NGO “Energy Association of Ukraine”, Resource & Analysis Center “Society and Environment”, Association “European-Ukrainian Energy Agency.                                                                                                                                 


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