Renewables need stronger EU co-ordination, says regulator

Italian regulator says renewables require more joined-up approach

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As the generation of renewable electricity rises across Europe, a more co-ordinated approach to power market regulation is increasingly needed, according to Valeria Termini, a commissioner at l'Autorità per l'energia elettrica il gas ed il sistema idrico (AEEG), the Italian energy regulator.

"Operators and regulators have to address and deal with a complex transition. This requires a co-ordinated European approach and a close interaction between regulators and interested parties,” she said, spea

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