DiXi Group sees its role in promoting development of a competitive electricity market via independent monitoring of the process of reforming this market, identifying and objectively assessing market trends, promoting formation of a transparent, nondiscriminatory policy based on data and fact analysis.
“Our main recommendations to civil society institutions are to disclose information about ourselves, enlarge and unite. Synergy and cooperation are the development opportunities that would allow to exert greater influence on decision making,” Olha Polunina stressed when speaking at the conference.
The key speakers were renowned international experts: Harry Sullivan, Professor at Texas A&M School of Law, and Jorge Kim, a partner at White & Case international law firm.
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