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Objectives

EURELECTRIC’s three paramount objectives are:
•    supporting the process of market liberalisation in our sector, helping to create a pan-European energy market through harmonisation and industry action
•    contributing to the pan-European integration of the electricity industry and to the creation of a fruitful business environment across the continent
•    fostering the integration of a sustainable development approach in electricity industry strategies and policies and promoting recognition of electricity as part of the solution to these concerns through market-oriented policies

The EURELECTRIC President is elected for a period of three years and is supported by a Vice-President, also with a mandate of three years.

EURELECTRIC pursues in all its activities the application of the following sustainable development values:
•    Economic Development
Growth, added-value, efficiency
•    Environmental Leadership
Commitment, innovation, pro-activeness
•    Social Responsibility
Transparency, ethics, accountability

EURELECTRIC has drawn up a Roadmap to incorporating these values into all our activities.

EURELECTRIC has a permanent international staff of some 30 personnel based in Brussels, led by the Secretary-General, whose main task is the organisation, coordination and supervision of the research activities of EURELECTRIC to ensure a proper identification of the interests of the Members of EURELECTRIC, the research & development of common studies and solutions and an appropriate and timely representation of those interests, studies and solutions.

EURELECTRIC organises an Annual Convention and Conference, where authoritative speakers from the industry, the policymaking sphere, technical professionals and experts from academe or consultancy set out the state-of-play on the key topics of interest to the electricity industry and its investors, suppliers and customers. In addition, we organise each year several smaller workshop-conferences on specific areas of energy sector practice, economics, legislation or business, which have won a high reputation as an important forum for exchanging information and views.