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.

TCP news


Crowdfunding for energy efficiency projects (CF4EE)

The DSM TCP, through its work on innovative energy services, has recently completed a feasibility study to explore crowdfunding for energy efficiency (CF4EE) projects in developing countries and emerging economies. The study builds on two cases selected in consultation with GIZ in Morocco and in Indonesia. Download the report here

Spotlight on customer engagement and empowerment

This recently published smart grid casebook from the ISGAN TCP offers a look at the approaches and lessons learned in customer engagement and empowerment from the top ten winning projects in the first ISGAN TCP Awards competition. Learn more about this workstream and download the publication here

DSM TCP 2017 Annual Report

The 2017 Annual report from the DSM TCP features a summary on "What is the benefit of collaboration for your country in the DSM TCP?" Eleven TCP members talk about what it means for their national experts to participate in the work of this TCP and what the value of international collaboration means at the national level. Download here

Interactive tool catalogues high-temperature superconductivity projects at a glance

A web-based tool developed by the TCP on High-Temperature Superconductivity (HTS TCP) catalogues HTS projects around the world, and highlights projects having made recent progress. Data is separated by region and updated on an as-needed basis.  More... 

High Temperature Superconductivity: roadmap for the electric power sector

This report from the HTS TCP examines the state-of-the-art of the HTS industry and what steps it should take to realise widespread adoption of superconducting based devices. It outlines research and development challenges and needs in the short-, mid- and long-term that can be tracked using metrics. It is also intended to serve as a roadmap for managers in the power sector and their technical advisors, and to facilitate their efforts to guide and support future work towards commercial use of HTS-based technology. Download the Executive Summary

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