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The IEA supports international energy technology research, development, deployment, and knowledge transfer through multilateral groups (formally called Implementing Agreements). 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.

Transport sector Implementing Agreements (IAs)



Advanced Fuel Cells
Advanced Materials for Transportation
Advanced Motor Fuels
Emissions Reduction in Combustion
Hybrid and Electric Vehicles

Recent activities and findings

AFC key messages coverKey messages document from the AFC IA

This concise 4-page document pulls together the key messages from each of the seven annexes of the AFC IA to provide a summary relevant to experts and policy makers. Download here.   

Fuel cells in the news

The AFC IA Spring newsletter features national updates from the United States and Finland, and a country profile of its newest member, Israel.  Download here

Advanced motor fuels updates

The July 2014 issue of the AMF IA Newsletter contains updates from a team of authors in North America, Europe and Asia.  Download here

Country reports and project updates from the AMF IA

The AMF IA 2013 Annual Report contains sixteen country reports and a detailed update on each of the twelve current Annexes.  Download here.  

Success factors for hybrid and electric vehicle deployment

The HEV IA outlook for 2013 into 2014 examines the factors that need to be in place for hybrid and electric vehicles to succeed in becoming a significant part of the transportation system.  An overview of financial incentives for electric mobility available in HEV IA member countries is also included. 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. 

Implementing Agreement information or material, including Implementing Agreement information or material published on this website, does not necessarily represent the views or policies of the IEA Secretariat or of the IEA’s individual Member countries. The IEA does not make any representation or warranty (express or implied) in respect of any IA Information (including as to its completeness, accuracy or non-infringement) and shall not be held liable for any use of, or reliance on, such IA Information.