United States

Public or private sector entities participate in 36 Technology Collaboration Programmes (TCPs)

Entity country Australia
Count of TCP short name Column Labels
Energy Technology Systems Analysis (ETSAP TCP)  
End-use: 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)  
End-use: Electricity  
Demand-Side Management (DSM TCP)   
High-Temperature Superconductivity (HTS TCP)  
Smart Grids (ISGAN TCP)  
End-use: Industry  
Industrial Energy-Related Technology Systems (IETS TCP)  
End-use: Transport  
Advanced Fuel Cells (AFC TCP)  
Advanced Transport Materials (AMT TCP)  
Advanced Motor Fuels (AMF TCP)  
Clean and Efficient Combustion (Combustion TCP)  
Hybrid and Electric Vehicles (HEV TCP)  
Fossil Fuels  
Clean Coal Centre (CCC TCP)  
Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR TCP)  
Fluidised Bed Conversion (FBC TCP)  
Gas and Oil (GOTCP)  
Greenhouse Gas R&D (GHG TCP)  
Fusion Power  
Co-operation on Tokamak Programmes (CTP TCP)  
Environmental, Safety and Economic Aspects of Fusion Power (ESEFP TCP)  
Fusion Materials (FM TCP)  
Nuclear Technology of Fusion Reactors (NTFR TCP)  
Plasma Wall Interaction (PWI TCP)  
Reversed Field Pinches (RFP TCP)  
Spherical Tori (ST TCP)  
Stellarator-Heliotron (SH TCP)  
Renewable Energy and Hydrogen  
Bioenergy (Bioenergy TCP)  
Concentrated Solar Power (SolarPACES TCP)  
Geothermal (Geothermal TCP)  
Hydrogen (Hydrogen TCP)  
Hydropower (Hydropower TCP)  
Ocean Energy Systems (OES TCP)  
Photovoltaic Power Systems (PVPS TCP)  
Wind Energy (Wind TCP)  

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