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We cooperate with national associations and foundations, professional and international organisations and associations, representing the Company’s interests and national interests in the development of sector policy documents, regulations and standards, as well as provide information on current developments in energy sector and related industries.
The Employers’ Confederation of Latvia (LDDK) brings together 110 sector leaders (companies with more than 50 employees), 66 sector-based and regional business associations and federations as well as more than 5,000 companies. In cooperation with LDDK, we have the opportunity to participate in policy planning and document development processes, initiate changes in laws and regulations and participate in social dialogue, thus promoting the development of the Company and the represented sector and relationships with the state, employees and society in general. We can strengthen relationships with other sector leaders and exchange experiences and information.
In 2017, we were admitted to the European Network for Cyber Security, an organisation which brings together critical infrastructure companies (including distribution system operators) and security experts in Europe to promote the exchange of information and support the development of competencies in the provision of cyber security and secure infrastructure for smart grids. The members of the organisation are the major European distribution system operators that are leaders in the field of digitisation, such as EON (Germany), Alliander (the Netherlands), Enel (Italy), Enexis (Netherlands), Elektrilevi (Estonia), etc.
Eurelectric brings together 34 national electricity sector companies from 32 European countries. Membership of Eurelectric enables us to follow the development of the energy sector and technology both in Europe and globally, and to consider the experience of the largest European distribution system operators.
EDSO for smart grids brings together the largest distribution system operators to ensure a balanced development of the smart grid in Europe, supported by national development policies and regulatory frameworks. Smart grids are a prerequisite to achieving the EU’s ambitious energy and climate objectives by 2020, including increased energy efficiency.
The Business Efficiency Association (BEA) is the leading association of professionals in the use of efficiency methods in Latvia. Main emphasis is on the use of Lean, Six Sigma and TOC methods. Membership in BEA provides the opportunity to educate and follow up the latest efficiency improvement trends, to learn and develop relevant skills in the company, and to share experiences and good practices on their use.