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TechnologyNetworkLogo‌‌There are no quick fixes to long-term energy challenges. To find solutions, governments and industry benefit from sharing resources and accelerating results. For this reason the IEA enables independent groups of experts - the Energy Technology Initiatives, or ETIs1.



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Energy Technology Systems Analysis

Recent activities and findings

Showcasing the next generation of transportation solutions for Asia

Have you got a solution for clean sustainable transportation in Asia? Would you like to present your idea to a conference of more than 800 high-level government officials and investors? The CTI Private Financing Advisory Network (CTI-PFAN), as part of the ETI dealing with technology transfer and finance (CTI), is hosting a workshop at the Asia Clean Energy Forum in Manila, Philippines on 15 June 2015. Proposals must be received by 30 April. More...

Kazakhstan achieves first step to joining modelling technology initiative  

Kazakhstan is expected to be the first country from the Caspian and Black Sea region to participate in an IEA Energy Technology Initiative (ETI). Represented by Nazarbayev University, they will participate in an ETI focusing on modelling and scenarios (ETSAP).   More...  

Demand and supply technology briefs for modellers

E-TechDS technology briefs, produced by the ETI focusing on modelling and scenarios (ETSAP) provide basic information on process, status, performance, costs, potential and barriers for key energy technology clusters. Each brief consists of typically 5-10 pages including highlights, full text and charts, and a summary data table.  More..

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