Council of European Regulators of Energy (CEER)

The Council of European Regulators of Energy (CEER) was established in 2000 and was the first autonomous community of independent energy regulators in Europe. It is a non-profit organization and has its headquarters in Brussels.

The main objective of CEER is to promote a single, competitive, efficient and sustainable internal gas and electricity market in Europe. Through CEER, national regulators have the opportunity to cooperate and exchange information and best practices. It provides assistance to the national energy regulators of Europe and is their voice in the EU as well as at the international level.

It works very closely with the Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER). It is also a member of the International Confederation of Energy Regulators (ICER), which brings together similar organizations from all over the world, including NARUC (America), ERRA (Central / Eastern Europe) and MEDREG (Mediterranean Region).

The Board consists of the General Assembly and the Board of Directors. It organizes its work through Working Groups WG, which can be supported by Task Forces TFs that are tasked with specific issues. OCEER has created 7 Working Groups.