CERRE announces growing membership
The Centre on Regulation in Europe (CERRE) is pleased to announce the addition of new organisations to its membership, reaching a new landmark with now more than 50 diverse members. They join as the think tank is strengthening its impact in Brussels and developing activities and interactions with policy makers.
With the addition of four newcomers, the CERRE community features an even greater diversity in its membership, including regulators, companies and research centres from the energy, mobility, media, telecom and digital sectors.
“We have recently welcomed four new organisations into our community: Discovery Italia, EIRGRID, Facebook and Snap Inc. This new development enables us to extend our work to improve EU regulation in the digital, media, energy and mobility sectors, and encourages our cross-sector approach. It also comforts us in the relevance and quality of our deliveries as well as in the contribution we bring to society and to our members.” said Bruno Liebhaberg, CERRE Director General.
Technologies and business models evolve more rapidly than ever. Policies and regulation must embrace this dynamic evolution to provide an efficient framework that favours their sustainable advancement. In this context, CERRE has an increasingly important role to play in supporting policy makers by producing forward-looking research enabling better policies and regulation that support investments, innovation and maximise benefits for citizens and businesses alike.
The Centre on Regulation in Europe (CERRE) is an independent Brussels-based think tank that promotes robust and consistent regulation in Europe’s network and digital industries through research and dissemination activities. CERRE’s members are regulatory authorities, operators and infrastructure managers as well as universities.