The International Electricity Infrastructure Assurance Forum is an international public-private partnership promoting government and electricity industry collaboration to benefit its participants.

The IEIA Forum, open to Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States, will allow participating countries to realize these benefits and enhance electricity integrity, reliability and security.

The IEIA Forum’s Charter defines its purpose as fostering “close international collaboration and assistance on issues related to electricity infrastructure assurance.” There are significant benefits from establishing partnerships between government and electricity sector stakeholders, particularly where countries face common infrastructure assurance challenges.

Forum activities are directed by a Steering Committee representing government and industry from each participating country.

Founding participants defined the following objectives for the IEIA Forum, as directed by an international Steering Committee representative of participants:

  1. Enhance protection of the electric infrastructure of Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States.
  2. Stimulate active involvement of electric sector and government stakeholders and participants
  3. Provide a framework for collaboration among represented countries on a government-to-government, industry-to-industry and government-to-industry basis
  4. Identify and address infrastructure assurance priorities
  5. Align government and industry participant efforts to identify common initiatives and deliverables
  6. Share experience, information, solutions and other mutually identified resources

Here, at the IEIA Forum’s main portal, you will find everything you need to get started, including a detailed list of deliverables, program sign-up forms and frequently asked questions.

To learn more about what we have to offer, explore the site using the links at the top, or, if you have additional questions, please contact us directly.