EaP Platform 3 on Energy Security Held its 14th Meeting in Brussels

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The FINANCIAL — The Eastern Partnership (EaP) Platform 3 on Energy Security brings together representatives from the EU and EaP countries – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine to discuss ways to promote energy security, renewable energy, energy efficiency, and nuclear safety.

It also discusses the construction of missing infrastructure links and ways to bring partner countries’ energy-related rules more in line with EU rules. The Platform meets twice a year, according to EaP.

This year, the meeting took place on 11 December 2015 in Brussels. Regional‪ energy cooperation, the impact of the ‪ENP Review on the EaP, the state of the ‪Energy Union were among the topics on the agenda.

EaP CSF was represented at the event by Murman Margvelashvili from World Experience for Georgia (WEG) who presented the main findings of the EaP CSF‪ regranted project “Energy Union and Energy Security in EaP Countries”.

The report of the meeting will be published soon.


EaP CSF Regranted Project on Energy Security
Review of the Work Programme 2014-2017
New Regional Energy Programme 2016-2020
Development of Energy Sector in Armenia
Update on Power Contingency Plan in Georgia
Overview of power supply options in Moldova
Status of continental European system – Extension Projects
High quality studies to Support Activities under the EaP – HiQSTEP
Contingency planning NordBER
Update on the INOGATE Programme
INOGATE financial support
ITS Interconnectivity INOGATE


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