Country profiles

Read individual profiles of all the countries included in EIRA. Get detailed results and in-depth analysis of their performance, key strengths and areas for improvement.

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This page offers information on the scope and methodology of EIRA. Read about the different parts of the data collection and validation process and the scoring system.

Our methodology


The Energy Charter Treaty creates a unique multilateral legal framework for facilitating international energy cooperation. As of 1 December 2023, the Energy Charter Treaty has 53 Signatories and Contracting Parties (including the European Union and Euratom).

The International Energy Charter is the informal working name of the Energy Charter Conference, its subsidiary bodies, and the Energy Charter Secretariat. Know more about the Energy Charter Process here.

EIRA is a publication of the Energy Charter Secretariat. The primary role of the Energy Charter Secretariat is to assist the Energy Charter Conference in performing its duties, carry out the functions assigned to it in the Energy Charter Treaty or its Protocol, and undertake any other functions assigned to it by the Energy Charter Conference. The Secretariat is accountable to the Energy Charter Conference. The Secretariat is based in Brussels, Belgium.


The Energy Charter Conference requested the Energy Charter Secretariat to develop the seventh edition of EIRA in 2024 and invited its Member and Observer countries to take part in it. Governments are requested to communicate their expression of interest to the Secretary-General of the Energy Charter Secretariat. 

Countries may also request the Energy Charter Secretariat to develop extended EIRA country profiles. These extended profiles contain more detail and in-depth recommendations. They can be tailored based on specific needs. For such profiles, a voluntary contribution or external funding is required.