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.
|Advanced Fuel Cells|
|Advanced Materials for Transportation|
|Advanced Motor Fuels|
|Emissions Reduction in Combustion|
|Hybrid and Electric Vehicles|
Wireless power transfer for electric vehicles is the subject of a new project (Task 26) which aims to develop a greater global understanding of wireless power transfer systems and interoperability through country-based standards study, while Electrification of transport logistic vehicles (Task 27) will aim to identify early niche markets and commercialisation opportunities. The duration of both projects is three years and new participants are welcome. Visit the HEV IA web page for more information on these and all ongoing projects.
The Advanced Motor Fuels initiative (AMF IA) has recently released the following two technical reports: Evaluation of Environmental Impact of Biodiesel Vehicles in Real Traffic Conditions, focusing on the comparison of real-world emissions of diesel fuel and biodiesel; and Enhanced Emission Performance and Fuel Efficiency for HD Methane Fuelled Engines, which also presents the results of testing carried out in Sweden, Finland and Canada.
This concise 4-page document from the Advanced Fuel Cells initiative (AFC IA) pulls together the key messages from each of the seven technical annexes to provide a summary relevant to experts and policy makers. Download here.
The AFC IA Spring newsletter from the Advanced Fuel Cells initiative (AFC IA) features national updates from the United States and Finland, and a country profile of its newest member, Israel. Download here.
The AFC IA Annual Report provides brief summaries on the status of advanced fuel cells in each of its member countries, and latest developments and key messages from its seven ongoing technical annexes. Download here.
The AMF IA 2013 Annual Report contains sixteen country reports and a detailed update on each of the twelve current technical annexes. Download here.
The Implementing Agreements 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 the Transport topics page.