The breadth and coverage of analytical expertise in the IEA Technology Collaboration Programmes (TCPs) are unique assets that underpin IEA efforts to support innovation for energy security, economic growth and environmental protection. The 38 TCPs operating today involve about 6 000 experts from government, industry and research organisations in more than 50 countries1.
Knowledge building on women in clean energy
Removing barriers toward women's active participation in sectors where they typically have been under-represented, such as the clean energy sector, requires the implementation of concrete actions. A recent workshop in Rome, co-organised by ENEA and the C3E TCP, brought together over 80 experts from government, industry, academia and other organisations, to share experiences on data collection and methods of assessment to analyse gender diversity, as well as the employment opportunities to women offered by the energy transition. Presentations are available here.
Next ETSAP TCP training workshop
Workshop on modelling the water energy nexus
Informing energy and climate policies using energy systems models
A recent publication from the ETSAP TCP collates a range of methodological approaches and case studies of good modeling practice at national and international scale based on ETSAP tools and expertise. More...
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