Technology Collaboration Programme

Advancing the research, development and commercialisation of energy technologies

The IEA Technology Collaboration Programme supports the work of 38 independent, international groups of experts that enable governments and industries from around the world to lead programmes and projects on a wide range of energy technologies and related issues.

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Advanced Motor Fuels (AMF)


The mission of the AMF TCP is to advance the understanding and appreciation of the potential of advanced motor fuels towards transport sustainability. This is achieved by providing sound information and technology assessments designed to facilitate informed and science-based decisions regarding advanced motor fuels at all levels of decision-making.


Main areas of work

Key activities and accomplishments (2017-18)

  • Driving cycle for buses adopted by the Chilean government in Santiago
  • Fuel efficiency and tailpipe emissions results contributed to international emissions model
  • Using natural gas and biogas and their derivatives in road transport
  • AMF fuels/vehicles evaluated and benchmarked against others

Multilateral collaborations

  • Joint project with the Bioenergy TCP; co-operation with TCPs on Combustion and Hybrid and Electric Vehicles
  • Interests and priorities for further collaboration include:
    • Efficiency and emissions (Combustion TCP)
    • Emerging fuels (Hydrogen TCP)
    • Fuels for HEVs and FCVs: (HEV and AFC TCPs)
    • Lessons learned and deployment of new technologies (several TCPs)
    • Systems analysis (several TCPs)

Membership

Why should your organisation become a member of AMF?

Advanced motor fuels, applicable to all modes of transport, significantly contribute to a sustainable society around the globe. The AMF TCP provides an international platform for co-operation and exchange of best practices, enabling stakeholders from different continents to pool and leverage knowledge and research capabiliites in the field of advanced and sustainable transport fuels.


Contacts

Chair: Magnus Lindgren, Sweden (magnus.lindgren@trafikverket.se)

Primary contact: Dina Bacovsky (dina.bacovsky@bioenergy2020.eu)

IEA: Jacopo Tattini (jacopo.tattini@iea.org)