Parliamentary Plenum

The objective of the Parliamentary Plenum is to make the Energy Community better equipped to implement the acquis by bringing together elected members of parliaments. The Parliamentary Plenum meets up to two times per year. The meetings take place under the chairmanship of the Parliament of the Contracting Party holding the Presidency of the Ministerial Council. Energy Community Parliamentary Plenum Meetings were established by a Ministerial Council Procedural Act in 2015. 

  • Tasks


    The Plenum may expresses its views and opinions on all matters falling within the scope of the Treaty in the form of reports or resolutions, as appropriate, with the exception of dispute settlement. The Plenum may also pose questions to the institutions of the Energy Community.

  • Composition


    The Parliamentary Plenum brings together two representatives from each national parliament of the Contracting Parties and representatives of the European Parliament.