The breadth and coverage of analytical expertise in the IEA Technology Collaboration Programmes (TCPs) are unique assets that underpin IEA efforts to support innovation for energy security, economic growth and environmental protection. The 38 TCPs operating today involve about 6 000 experts from government, industry and research organisations in more than 50 countries1.
Nexus of oil and gas and renewables in the energy future
Presentations from a recent two-day workshop on the nexus of oil and gas and renewables in the energy future, organised by the TCP on Gas and Oil (GOTCP) and NREL, are now available for download here.
Greenhouse News - September 2017
Stories in the September issue of Greenhouse News from the GHG TCP include an update on the recent GHG Summer School in Regina, Canada, and the 4th Post-Combustion Capture Conference in Alabama. For these and other recent developments in the field of greenhouse gas abatement and mitigation, including key messages from the latest technical reports and information papers, visit the website of the GHG TCP and download their latest newsletter here.
Briefing papers on GHG mitigation and CCS
The GHG TCP produces twice-yearly briefing papers to inform the broader community of developments in both greenhouse gas mitigation and the technical status of CCS. The GHG Mitigation Brief aims to summarise key climate change science, policy and technology developments in a six-month period while the CCS Technical Status Brief aims to summarise recent key technical developments in CCS. Download here.
Advanced ultrasupercritical power plant
The development and demonstration of metal alloys which can operate at steam conditions up to 700 degrees celsius is essential for raising the efficiency of coal power plant towards 50% and beyond and holds enormous potential for reducing globl CO2 emissions. This workshop, hosted by the CCC TCP, will take place in Rome on 13-14 December and bring together the key research programmes in this field worldwide. More...
Memorandum of Understanding with Rice University
The Technology Collaboration Programme on Gas and Oil (GOTCP) recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Rice University's Energy and Environment Initiative. The MoU will facilitate technology exchange and development in several aspects of oil and gas technologies, including advanced materials, high-performance computing, sensor technology, advanced manufacturing and a host of chemical and mechanical engineering applications. More...
GHG TCP 2016 Annual Review and Technical Report Overview
The TCP on Greenhouse Gas R&D (GHG TCP) is pleased to announce that both the 2016 Annual Review and 2016 Technical Report Overview Book are now available for download from their website. The Annual Review outlines the work undertaken and produced by the GHG TCP including the conferences, networks, technical reports, information papers and presentations made by members of staff at external meetings, and the Overview Book provides the overviews from all reports published in 2016. Download the Annual Review here and the Technical Report Overview Book here.
Clean coal policy briefing notes
Briefing notes, a product from the TCP on Clean Coal Centre (CCC TCP), offers one to two pages of analysis based on CCC TCP peer-reviewed reports. Briefing notes explain the wider implications of the conclusions of these reports, helping put the findings in context. Available for free download here.
Comprehensive database on the technology of coal utilisation
Coal Online is a major free resource providing comprehensive information on the technology of coal utilisation. The information is based on published reports from the CCC TCP presented as chapters on specific topics related to coal and its use in clean coal technologies. Each chapter contains up to several hundred pages illustrated with figures and tables. More...
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