The Council today adopted the four remaining files of the "Clean energy for all Europeans" package.

The EU has therefore completed the overhaul of its energy policy framework, which provides the regulatory preconditions for the transition to clean energy and sets the EU on the path towards achieving its Paris Agreement commitments. 

The new laws adopted today include a regulation and a directive on electricity, which make the EU's electricity market more interconnected, flexible and consumer-centred. The regulation on risk-preparedness in the electricity sector will ensure the security of electricity supply in crisis situations.

The package also includes an overhaul of the role and functioning of ACER, the Agency for the Cooperation of Electricity Regulators.

Today's adoption of the four files is the last step in the legislative process. They will enter into force following their publication in the Official Journal.


Find the full press release from the EU Council here:
Clean energy for all: Council adopts remaining files on electricity market and Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators