EATA’s Regulatory Working Group gathers regulatory policy experts from both sectors and is a unique forum to discuss policy initiatives that are common to both sectors. The Regulatory Working Group is being chaired by Ross Creelman, Public Policy Officer of ETNO.
The core principle for the work in the Regulatory WG of EATA has been to focus on regulatory initiatives or decision practices common to both sectors to the extent such initiatives or practices hinder or make CCAM more cumbersome. The action from the members is structured around a well established process:
– Review the regulatory landscape on each regulatory initiative
– Understand the implications of a regulatory initiative for each of the sectors
– Assess whether it is possible to develop a common position
– Only for those regulatory initiatives where a common position is possible among all EATA members, a joint EATA advocacy can be considered.
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