IRG-Rail Plenary Meeting held in Dubrovnik
Zagreb, 16 November 2022 Dubrovnik hosted a Plenary Meeting by IRG Rail, an independent group of railway regulatory bodies, chaired by Nikola Popović, a member of the Council at HAKOM. In 2023, the chairmanship of IRG-Rail from HAKOM will be taken over by the Bundesnetzagentur, the German regulatory authority.
During the two-day meeting, IRG-Rail’s working groups presented the activities developed during the past year, the documents they delivered, as well as the plans in the 2023 Work Programme. The Working Group on Charges presented an overview of the implementation of direct costs in Europe as an addition to the work on market segmentation and margins, the Working Group of Charges for Service Facilities prepared an overview of electricity charges for train traction, and the Working Group for Access to Service Facilities a document on regulatory approach to the concept of private (sidings).
The meeting endorsed the nomination of the Swedish Regulatory Authority (Transportstyrelsen) for Vice-Chair of IRG-Rail in 2023 and Chairmanship in 2024.
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