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 39 TCPs operating today involve about 6 000 experts from government, industry and research organisations in more than 50 countries1.
HPT on Heat Pump Technologies 2015 Annual Report
The 2015 Annual Report from the HPT TCP describes the work and highlights of the programme during 2015 and includes an update on two new projects - Hybrid Heat Pumps, and Domestic Hot Water Heat Pumps. Download here.
TCP on buildings and communities - EBC News
The June issue of EBC News, from the EBC TCP, features articles on computational tools for buildings and communities, demonstration of zero emission buildings in Norway, financing deep energy retrofit projects, and reliability of energy efficient building retrofitting. Download here.
Motor Summit 2016
Energy Efficiency of the 'Internet of Things'
This new report from the Electronic Devices & Networks Annex of the 4E TCP provides an overview of the market for the key Internet of Things (IoT) products and their impact on worldwide energy consumption. It describes the potential for energy savings, including the selection of appropriate communication technologies best suited to various applications. A second report discussing recommendations for policy options will follow. Download the report here.
Rethink Energy, Act NOW!
Rethink Energy, Act NOW! is the theme of the 12th Heat Pump Conference organised every three years under the auspices of the HPT TCP, and to be held in Rotterdam from 15-18 May 2017. The goal of the conference goes beyond the traditional topics of energy efficiency, renewables and environment. It will focus on the main solutions and choices that have to be made not only on economics, but on the expectations on future energy situations where energy infrastructure is becoming more and more independent from insecure suppliers. Visit the conference website.
The "How To" briefing accompanying the Global Lighting Challenge
An Executive Briefing published by the Solid State Lighting Annex of the 4E TCP offers policy makers a concise overview of some of the national-level approaches, initiatives and ideas used to accelerate LED lighting in the market by the Annex member countries. These best practices show how governments can support adoption of LED technology by raising awareness, providing tangible examples and ensuring widespread understanding and appreciation of the benefits of LED lighting. Download here.
4E TCP Annual Report 2015
15th International Symposium on District Heating and Cooling
For the first time in its almost 30-year history, the International Symposium on District Heating and Cooling will take place under the auspices of the DHC TCP from 4-7 September 2016 in Korea. For more information visit the website here.
Achievements of appliance energy efficiency standards and labelling (EESL) programmes
This recent report from the 4E TCP - Achievements of Appliance EESL Programmes - outlines the historic achievements of energy efficiency standards and labelling programmes that operate in more than 80 countries around the world, and apply to more than 50 different types of appliances and equipment. Read what impact they have made in saving energy, greenhouse gas emissions and on the price of appliances. Download here.
EBC TCP 2015 Annual Report
Energy Efficiency Roadmap for Electric Motors and Motor Systems
This recent report from the 4E TCP - Energy Efficiency Roadmap for Electric Motors and Motor Systems - assesses the current status and trends in the market, standards and the policy environment for energy efficient electric motors and variable frequency drives. It also provides guidance for policy makers on how to maximise energy savings by expanding policies for simple motors to cover the more complex area of motor systems. Download here.
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