Working Party on Energy End-Use Technologies (EUWP)


The main objectives of the EUWP are to guide the work of the  end-use IEA Technology Collaboration Programmes (IEA TCPs) and to identify gaps in technologies and energy end-use systems. EUWP builds relationships and engages with industry and partner countries through the work of the end-use IEA TCPs. EUWP also follows closely the work of the Energy Efficiency Working Party and the International Partnership for Energy Efficiency Co-operation

IEA Technology Collaboration Programmes in the end-use sector portfolio:

Buildings

  • Buildings and Communities (EBC TCP)
  • District Heating and Cooling (DHC TCP)
  • Energy Efficient End-Use Equipment (4E TCP)
  • Energy Storage (ECES TCP)
  • Heat Pumping Technologies (HPT TCP)

Electricity

  • Demand-Side Management (DSM TCP)
  • High-Temperature Superconductivity (HTS TCP)
  • Smart Grids (ISGAN TCP)

Industry 

  • Industrial Technologies and Systems (IETS TCP)

 Transport 

  • Advanced Fuel Cells (AFC TCP) 
  • Advanced Motor Fuels (AMF TCP)
  • Advanced Transport Materials (AMT TCP)
  • Clean and Efficient Combustion (Combustion TCP)
  • Hybrid and Electric Vehicles (HEV TCP)