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Junior Technical Officer - Call for Candidates

A call for candidates for the position of Junior Technical Officer has been launched by Med-TSO.For more details download the Terms of Reference.
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Med-TSO participated at UfM Energy Ministerial meeting

Med-TSO participated at UfM Energy Ministerial meeting

The Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) Ministerial Meeting on Energy took place in Rome on 1 December in the framework of the Forum Mediterranean Dialogues hosted by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and the Istituto per gli Studi di Politica Internazionale (ISPI - International Policy Studies Institute). The Ener...
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Med-TSO at the Cop22

Med-TSO at the Cop22

On November 10th, in the frame of the COP 22 meeting, taking place in these days in Marrakesh, Morocco, the Secretary General of Med-TSO, Mr. Angelo Ferrante took part to the side event “Integration of renewable energy into the national power systems”, organized by ONEE, the Moroccan TSO, with the partnership of OME, Observatoire Méditerrané de l’E...
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Message from the new President

Message from the new President

Message from Mr. Ameur Bchir, new Med-TSO President, sent after his election:<<Dear Med-TSO Members,Hereby, I would like, firstly, to express my appreciation for the fruitful and constructive exchanges that we have had on the occasion of Med-TSO General Assembly meeting held on October 20th 2016 in Amman and, secondly, to thank you very much for the confidence you have put into my person by electing me as new President of Med-TSO. Personally, I confirm my full commitment to continue the work of my predecessor for further developing the activities of our Association and achieving our common goals. I confirm also my determination in promoting the dialogue between the electricity companies of both shores of the Mediterranean and for developing cooperation and partnership ties with the d...
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Security and Socio – economic Development in the Mediterranean strongly depend on energy and on the possibility to develop an integrated regional energy market. Energy infrastructures are key for achieving this goal, especially for what concerns the development of a reliable, secure and sustainable transmission network, capable to interconnect the countries and allow exchange of electricity and integration of new generation sources, in primis from RES.Based on multilateral cooperation as a strategical approach to regional development for facilitating the integration of the Mediterranean Power Systems, Med-TSO has received a three-year lasting grant from the EU Commission (DG NEAR) to carry out the so called “Mediterranean Project” (Feb 2015 – Jan 2018). The Project aims at the progressive harmonization and strengthening of the electricity markets in the Mediterranean region, following a bottom-up approach and direct involvement of Med-TSO Members, through the following activity lines: ...
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