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The IEA supports international energy technology research, development, deployment, and knowledge transfer through multilateral groups (formally known as Implementing Agreements or 'IAs'). The experts participating in the activities of the Implementing Agreements represent public and private sector entities worldwide. Together, these experts share knowledge – and resources – to advance energy technologies.

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Recent activities and findings

Clean energy investment opportunities in Central America

On 22 October 2014 Antigua Guatemala will welcome the Central American Forum on Clean Energy Financing (CAFCEF), promoted by CTI PFAN - the Private Financing Advisory Network of the Climate Technology Initiative (CTI IA) - and partners. The Forum will feature 8-10 Central American clean energy projects selected as finalists in a region-level contest. A panel will choose up to three winners based on the projects' economic and financial viability, in addition to their social and environmental benefits. Clean energy entrepreneurs and investors are invited to attend. The Forum will be followed by a Knowledge Sharing Exchange and Dialogue with the participation of government bodies, non-profit organisations and other actors involved in clean energy roll-out in Central America. Visit the CTI IA website for more information.  

Participate in the West Africa Forum for Clean Energy Financing competition

CTI PFAN, the Private Financing Advisory Network of the CTI IA, is now accepting proposals from the West Africa Region to participate in the WAFCEF-2 Business Plan Competition.  WAFCEF-2 seeks to nurture entrepreneurs, start-up and existing companies, project teams and consortia with environmentally beneficial business proposals with the aim of linking them with investment and finance to bring these projects to fruition.  Applications must be made by midnight on 19 October 2014.  More...

Demand and supply technology briefs for modellers

E-TechDS technology briefs, produced by the Energy Technology Systems Analysis Programme (ETSAP IA) provide basic information on process, status, performance, costs, potential and barriers for key energy technology clusters. Each brief consists of typically 5-10 pages including highlights, full text and charts, and a summary data table.  More...

Climate Technology Initiative workshop side-events at the Carbon Expo 

Call of Action on Climate Protection in the Building Sector: opportunities through carbon markets and domestic policies was the topic of two CTI IA workshop events held in Cologne, Germany in May 2014. Both took place as side-events to Carbon Expo 2014, the world's largest conference and fair around carbon markets.  More...

14th Climate Technology Initiative workshop examines climate protection in the building sector

Participants from 22 countries gathered in Berlin on 26-27 September 2013 to discuss latest trends in the field of climate protection in the building sector.  The agenda also covered carbon market instruments as well as financing and regulation for climate-friendly buildings. Download the workshop newsletter or visit the CTI IA website.   

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