Interactive database of over 550 individual technology designs and components across the whole energy system that contribute to achieving the goal of net-zero emissions
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IEA (2023), ETP Clean Energy Technology Guide, IEA, Paris https://www.iea.org/data-and-statistics/data-tools/etp-clean-energy-technology-guide
The ETP Clean Energy Technology Guide is an interactive framework that contains information for over 550 individual technology designs and components across the whole energy system that contribute to achieving the goal of net-zero emissions.
For each of these technologies, it includes information on the level of maturity and a compilation of development and deployment plans, as well as cost and performance improvement targets and leading players in the field.
Zoom in and pan across the visual database below to view different technology areas and use the filters to narrow down the selection of technologies you are interested in. Click on any technology for information about its characteristics, role in clean energy transitions and state of readiness.
This report is part of the IEA’s support of the first global stocktake of the Paris Agreement, which will be finalized in the run up to COP28, the next UN Climate Change Conference, at the end of 2023. Find other reports in this series on the IEA’s Global Energy Transitions Stocktake page.
The Clean Tech Guide is an online, freely available database tracking clean energy technology developments globally, put together by the International Energy Agency (IEA). The IEA regularly updates and tweaks the database, so changes may occur between downloads. For any question or suggestion (including proposed additions and changes), please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
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This database could not have been achieved without the financial support and co-operation provided by various donors to the IEA, including the Governments of Canada, Germany and Japan, as well as the European Commission on behalf of the European Union. The financial assistance of the European Union was provided as part of its funding of the Clean Energy Transitions in Emerging Economies programme within the Clean Energy Transitions Programme. The database reflects the views of the IEA Secretariat but does not necessarily reflect those of individual IEA member countries or the European Union. The IEA makes no representation or warranty, express or implied, in respect to the database’s contents (including its completeness or accuracy) and shall not be responsible for any use of, or reliance on, the database.Read more