Vratislav Koštál has been named chairman of the board of the Energy Regulatory Office for a three year term. Its outgoing head Vladimir Outrata will remain on the board.
The Energy Regulatory Office was set up in 2001 as an administrative authority responsible for regulation in the energy sector, supervision over the energy market and protection of clients’ interests.
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