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Training seminars on European and International methodologies for harmonisation of high and low voltage standards for the electric sector

Objective

Two identical three days’ training seminars in Yerevan and Tashkent were dedicated to the presentation of the European methodology of harmonisation of high and low voltage technical regulations with the use of real-life examples. These training seminars, alongside with others became the basis of a regional awareness campaign developed to promote harmonisation and synergy between various national administrations dealing with electricity regulations.

Participants

15 participants from Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova, Georgia and Armenia attended the seminar in Yerevan and 10 participants from Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan attended the seminar in Tashkent. Participants were the officials dealing with transmission and distribution system operators, national companies responsible for setting and implementing regulations for high and low voltage electricity sectors.

Key Data

Parent project

Harmonisation of electricity standards

Country

Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan

Thematic Areas

Energy standards

Activity Types

Event, Seminars & Workshops

Implementation period

23 - 30 June 2010

Location

Tashkent (Uzbekistan)

Document and Publications

Document title ▴▾ Language Type Date ▾
Presentations on HV en Presentation 01/06/2010
Presentations on LV-Part1 en Presentation 01/06/2010
Presentations on LV-Part2 en Presentation 01/06/2010
Agenda en Agenda 24/05/2010

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Countries
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Belarus
Georgia
Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan
Moldova
Russian Federation
Tajikistan
Turkey
Turkmenistan
Ukraine
Uzbekistan
 
Thematic Areas
Energy policy
Energy tariffs
Energy markets
Energy standards
Energy security
Renewable energy
Energy efficiency
Energy investments
Energy statistics
 
Document Types
Status report
Project reports
Final Report
Agenda
Training material
Presentation
Studies
Policy documents
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