President / Chairman
MEDREG / Moroccan National Electricity Regulation Authority (ANRE)
Abdellatif Bardach is the Chairman of the Moroccan National Electricity Regulation Authority (ANRE) and the President of MEDREG, the association of Mediterranean Energy Regulators. Mr. Bardach graduated from the industrial superior institute of Liège with an engineering diploma specialising in Electronics in 1989 and had an Executive Master of Business Administration MBA at Al Akhawayn University in 2005. Mr. Bardach had a fulfilling career in the Electricity sector within the National Office for Electricity and Potable Water (ONEE). He held many positions such as Director of Realization of Equipment Projects Very High Voltage Electrical Network (2003 - 2006), International Director in charge of the development, implementation and supervision of ONE projects abroad (2007 - 2009), Central Transport Network Director (2010 - 2015), and Central Production Director (2015 - 2018). Mr. Bardach held many important positions in different institutions, having been the President of the Maghreb interconnection commission, the Vice president of the interconnection commission at the Arab Electricity Union, the President of the strategic committee at the Mediterranean Energy Cooperation, the Vice President of Mediterranean Transmission System Operators, the Vice president of MEDGRID, and the Vice president of the Moroccan Federation of Energy. Mr. Bardach's regulator role started when The King of Morocco Mohammed VI appointed him to lead the National Electricity Regulation Authority (ANRE) in August 2018. His work with the authority has been revolutionary to the Moroccan electricity market by ensuring a free electricity market, regulating access to industrial entities along with attracting private investors all over the world to assist the transformation the sector is living through.