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.
Annual Report: IETS TCP
The Annual Report from the IETS TCP provides a short status report on the ongoing work and progress in the five different work streams during 2015, upcoming events and other related activities. Download here.
Process Integration in the Iron and Steel Industry
Implementation of process integration remains a challenge in terms of investments required and acceptance of the methods used. This report from the IETS TCP gives examples of where process integration is of great importance in order to take into account the complex interconnectivity between individual processes, material and energy flows. Download here.
Industrial Excess Heat Recovery - Technologies and Applications
The main background to this project under the IETS TCP is the increasing awareness of industrial excess heat as a potential resource for contributing to an improved economy and sustainability in larger systems. Although industrial excess heat has, and is being used to a large extent internationally, the potential for an even wider use is considered to be substantial. The latest report contains results from the first phase of the project as well as a proposal for the second and final phase. Download here.
Energy Efficiency in Small and Medium Enterprises
This recently completed project on energy efficiency in small and medium enterprises under the IETS TCP has now published its final reports. The project objective was to analyse energy systems and factors promoting or inhibiting a more efficient energy use in industrial SMEs. Download here.
The IEA Technology Collaboration Programmes in this category are reviewed by the Working Party on Energy End-Use Technologies (EUWP).
For information on related activities carried out by the IEA Secretariat, see Industry.
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