The main objectives of the Working Party on Energy End-Use Technologies (EUWP) are to guide the work of the end-use IEA Technology Collaboration Programmes (IEA TCPs) and to identify gaps in technologies and energy end-use systems. EUWP builds relationships and engages with industry and partner countries through the work of the end-use IEA TCPs. EUWP also follows closely the work of the Energy Efficiency Working Party and the International Partnership for Energy Efficiency Co-operation.
IEA Technology Collaboration Programmes in the end-use sector portfolio:
- Buildings and Communities
- District Heating and Cooling
- Energy Efficient End-Use Equipment
- Energy Storage
- Heat Pumping Technologies