The energy crisis caused by Russian military aggression against Ukraine has led to a review of policies, particularly on the energy security dimension.
WatchDog.md experts, together with partner organisations in neighbouring countries and with the support of the Black Sea Trust and the European Union, have developed a pilot study of the Energy Security Scoreboard. This study is an analytical tool that analyzes the institutional and strategic readiness of countries to identify, assess, prevent and counter energy security threats while remaining energy resilient and sustainable.
The study covers 3 energy markets (electricity, gas, oil) and consists of 40 indicators grouped into 5 categories, based on EU best practices and reflecting the main stages of energy security policy development – from risk assessment to implementation of measures and reporting. The study covers four countries – three Energy Community Contracting Parties (Moldova, Ukraine and Georgia) and one EU Member State (Romania) as a reference point.
This publication was funded by the European Union. Its contents are the sole responsibility of DiXi Group and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union.
Opinions expressed in this publication do not necessarily represent those of the Black Sea Trust or its partners.