By establishing this voluntary confederation, with regular and structured contacts, we hope to exchange information and best practices in the regulation field and to contribute to the evolution towards a sustainable planet.
To this end, we undertake joint analysis of a variety of regulatory topics and promote exchanges on training and education practices. We focus our work around four key areas: reliability and security of supply; the role of regulators in responding to climate change; competitiveness and affordability; and the independence, powers, responsibilities, best practices and training of regulators.
Through ICER, energy regulatory issues can transcend regional and national boundaries and be addressed through dialogue and cooperation on a global scale. Our membership includes over 200 regulatory authorities and spans 6 continents. ICER is currently chaired by Mr David Morton (CAMPUT, BCUC).[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]