WAREG’s mission is to facilitate proactive cooperation, knowledge and capacity-building among its Members by highlighting the advantages of economic regulation at the national and regional levels.
Any national or regional Authority with economic competencies in the drinking water and wastewater sector can apply to become Member or Observer.Discover more
In Europe there are many ways to regulate the water sector, from an environmental and an economic point of view. All various types of regulatory models in place are strictly connected with local, regional and national rules adopted in a single Country. In terms of governance of the water sector, independent regulators seem to have emerged as powerful public authorities to ensure compliance with relevant EU Directives and Regulations, especially in those Countries that were lagging behind in reaching EU targets.Discover more
Our report, “Water Governance Across Europe” on the governance systems around 26 WAREG Member and Observers.Discover More
The report by WAREG – European Water Regulators on institutional reguulatory frameworks around EuropeDiscover More
The 2019 report by WAREG on Tariff Regulatory Frameworks in Wareg Member Countries around EuropeDiscover More
An analysis of the water governance in Europe from 26 Members and Observers.
The governance has been analysed highlighting 3 main aspects for each country: Regulator, Legal Framework, Institutional frameworkWater Governance Report
In the past five years, WAREG has become more than a network, turning into a formal platform where regulatory agencies can find solutions to specific challenges for operators, consumers and the environment.5 Year Report