Smart Grids (ISGAN TCP)

The ISGAN TCP aims to advance policy, technology and related standards for smart grids by raising awareness of their benefits, developing tools for implementation, and co-ordinating joint projects. 

The inaugural Award of Excellence, presented at the fifth annual Clean Energy Ministerial (Seoul, Korea).*


  • Smart grid case studies
  • Benefit and cost analyses
  • Synthesis of insights for decision makers
  • Smart grid international research facility network (SIRFN)
  • Power transmission and distribution systems
  • Smart grid transitions
  • ISGAN Academy


Contracting Parties: 26


* Photo courtesy of ISGAN TCP

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