IEA Energy Policy Reviews

International Energy Agency

The International Energy Agency conducts comprehensive reviews of energy policies of IEA/OECD member countries in a periodic cycle, of IEA accession countries and when possible, upon request from partner and other countries. These reviews cover all major forms of energy produced, imported and consumed in the concerned country. The review’s recommendations aim to guide the country’s energy transition and promote energy security. The assessment of energy policies covers climate change, energy efficiency, renewables, energy markets, prices and taxes, regulation and competition, as well as energy technology and innovation.


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