Energy regulators join fight against climate change

Eleven regional associations representing more than 200 energy regulators worldwide committed to help drive the transition to a low-carbon economy and combat climate change at the Fourth World Forum on Energy Regulation (WFER) in Athens on Tuesday.

Their commitment is the first initiative of a new International Confederation of Energy Regulators (ICER) announced at the Forum on Monday. One of four working groups set up under the ICER will be dedicated to defining energy regulators' role in tackling climate change.

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