Over the last 10 months, the EU4Energy Governance project, financed by the EU, has worked together with the Georgian authorities to ensure progress in the energy sector.
This cooperation has resulted in the development of seven draft legal acts in the areas of energy efficiency, electricity and gas. Other results have included the organisation of two high-level policy talks, on reforms in energy efficiency and on electricity and gas markets. Additionally, around 200 officials have improved their knowledge and capacity to implement energy reforms.
The EU4Energy Governance project helps to improve the legislation of Georgia’s energy sector in line with the EU and the Energy Community Treaty’s obligations in the field of connectivity, energy efficiency, competitiveness, good governance and better regulation. Citizens of Georgia are the end beneficiaries of improved energy security, supply, connectivity and energy efficiency, as well as of the increased use of renewable energy.
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