EU4Energy Governance

The EU4Energy Programme Phase II was launched by the European Union, as part of its Regional Action Programme – East. The action builds on the work of the EU4Energy Programme Phase I and the lessons learnt from it. Implemented by the International Energy Agency, the Energy Community Secretariat and the Energy Charter Secretariat, EU4Energy Phase I was active between 2016 and 2020. 

  • The new phase spans between 2021 and 2026, and the first implementation actions started as of July 2021. The project will be managed and implemented from a budget of EUR 5807428 by the Secretariat via a dedicated unit specially assigned for this task.
  • EU4Energy Governance Project Phase II is to achieve the clean energy transition, increase energy security in three Eastern partner countries (Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine) and facilitate access to energy to the distressed population in Ukraine to mitigate the impact of the war.

These countries have already signed Association Agreements, including a Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA), with the EU in the energy sector and they have a status of Contracting Parties within the scope of the Energy Community Treaty. The action will provide support through evidence-based energy policy design and through a transposition and implementation of the Energy Community acquis / DCFTA / EU best practice legal framework.


The scope of the EU4Energy - Governance Project Phase II is to:
Supporting transposition and implementation of energy acquis
Monitoring energy legislation implementation

Supply of goods to ensure the functioning of the Ukrainian energy infrastructure

Capacity building

In terms of geographical scope, the Phase II beneficiary countries are:


The EU4Energy Governance Project Phase II will primarily support the ministries responsible for energy policy, as well as other relevant ministries and agencies: Ministries responsible for economy, regional development, industry, environment, transport, new technologies and corresponding parliamentary (or relevant legislative authority) committees, TSOs and DSOs for electricity and gas; national regulatory authorities, national statistical institutes/offices, energy agencies or funds.  

Phase II: 2021 – 2026

geographic region


Georgia Moldova Ukraine Austria Office Georgia Office Ukraine Office
EU4Energy Governance Countries
EU4Energy Governance Offices
Energy Community Contracting Parties
Energy Community Observers
European Union

Contact Information

Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development                             
Tbilisi, 0105 Sanapiro str. Nr.2
Tel: +995322357804

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Georgian National Energy and Water Supply Regulatory Commission
19 A. Mitskevichi Street, Tbilisi
Tel: +995322420180

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Contact Information

Ministry of Energy and Coal Industry 

30 Khreshchatyk street
01601 Kyiv
(+38 044) 221 4364

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National Electricity Regulatory Commission

19 Smolensk street
03057 Kyiv
(+38 044) 241 9001

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National Power Company UKRENERGO

25 Symona Petliury street
01032 Kiev
(+38 044) 238 3825

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Ministry of Economy and Infrastructure

1 Piata Adunarii Nationale
MD-2033 Chisinau
(+373 22) 270 029

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National Energy Regulatory Agency

90 Columna street
MD-2012 Chisinau 
(+373 22) 541 384

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Transmission System Operator, Moldelectrica

78 V. Alecsandri street
MD-2012 Chisinau
(+373 22) 253 487

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Contact Information

Energy Community Secretariat
Eastern Partnership Assistance Unit

Am Hof 4
1010 Vienna
(+431) 535 2222
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Contact Information

EU4Energy Regional Office
for Moldova and Ukraine

15/65 Khreschatyk street 
01001 Kyiv 
(+38 044) 394 5831
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Contact Information

EU4Energy Regional office for Georgia

2 Sanapiro street, 0114 Tbilisi
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Work Programmes: setting the targets, tasks and timelines

Work Programmes 2021 - 2024


This content was produced with the financial support of the European Union. Its contents are the sole responsibility of the Energy Community Secretariat and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union.