The Energy Architecture Performance Index (EAPI) provides a tool for decision-makers to holistically benchmark nations’ energy systems. The EAPI aims to support governments and other stakeholders along the energy value chain in identifying the relative performance of elements of their energy systems, in order for best practices to be diffused more widely and poor practices targeted.
The EAPI is a composite index that focuses on tracking specific indicators to measure the energy system performance of 125 countries. At its core are 18 indicators defined across each side of the energy triangle: economic growth and development, environmental sustainability, and energy access and security.
The EAPI provides a transparent and easily comparable set of measures that can help track progress and open new perspectives on the specific challenges faced by individual countries in each region. The full methodology behind the EAPI is available online at http://wef.ch/eapimethodology.
The images below provide a visual overview of the rankings for seven country clusters: Advanced economies, Emerging and Developing Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, Commonwealth of Independent States, Emerging and Developing Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa and Middle East, North Africa and Pakistan.
*MENA = Middle East and North Africa