The Energy Transparency Index, on the one hand, is a final product that provides an integrated assessment of the information disclosure in the country’s energy sector and its components, and on the other hand, a universal tool that allows in-depth analysis with breakdown into categories, criteria and certain markets, as well as tracking changes – both in time and in comparison with other countries. In interactive view, the Index is available via link.


Total score in 2020 - 58 of 100 possible.


Assessment by categories:

  1. Balances - 58 of 100 possible
  2. Natural monopolies - 59
  3. Supply - 58
  4. Reliability and security - 53
  5. Consumption - 68
  6. Reporting - 35
  7. Policy - 59
  8. Public authorities - 56


Assessment by sectors:

  1. Natural gas - 64 of 100 possible
  2. Electricity - 66
  3. Oil and liquid fuels - 22
  4. Steam coal - 48
  5. Heat - 74
Publish date Oct. 27, 2021

The Energy Transparency Index, on the one hand, is a final product that provides an integrated assessment of the information disclosure in the country’s energy sector and its components, and on the other hand, a universal tool that allows in-depth analysis with breakdown into categories, criteria and certain markets, as well as tracking changes – both in time and in comparison with other countries. In interactive view, the Index is available via link.


Total score in 2019 - 48 of 100 possible.


Assessment by categories:

  1. Balances - 58 of 100 possible
  2. Natural monopolies - 46
  3. Supply - 49
  4. Reliability and security - 50
  5. Consumption - 53
  6. Reporting - 27
  7. Policy - 56
  8. Public authorities - 50


Assessment by sectors:

  1. Natural gas - 54 of 100 possible
  2. Electricity - 49
  3. Oil and liquid fuels - 27
  4. Steam coal - 48
  5. Heat - 48
Publish date Sept. 14, 2021

The Energy Transparency Index, on the one hand, is a final product that provides an integrated assessment of the information disclosure in the country’s energy sector and its components, and on the other hand, a universal tool that allows in-depth analysis with breakdown into categories, criteria and certain markets, as well as tracking changes – both in time and in comparison with other countries. In interactive view, the Index is available via link.


Total score in 2018 - 43 of 100 possible. Assessment by categories:

  1. Balances and statistics - 50 of 100
  2. Natural monopolies - 43
  3. Supply markets - 38
  4. Security of supply - 47
  5. Consumption - 47
  6. Sustainable development - 53
  7. Corporate reporting - 20
  8. Public authorities - 36


Assessment by sectors:

  1. Gas - 52 of 100
  2. Electricity - 41
  3. Oil and Oil Products - 31
  4. Heat - 47
Publish date Sept. 14, 2021
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