IEA - Advanced Motor Fuels Technology Collaboration Programme (AMF-TCP)
AMF offers technology analysis and policy recommendations to support achieving energy policy and environmental sustainability goals. AMF initiates new activities and generates first hand data, whether through cost sharing, task sharing, or a combination of these two modes. Cost-shared activities enable AMF to quickly react to new developments, if necessary. New Annexes can be initiated either top-down or bottom-up and it takes three contracting parties to start up an Annex. Annex reports and key messages are published on the AMF website immediately after completion, and feed into related IEA publications. AMF thus contributes to IEA´s authority on technology analysis, strengthens the IEA's position as a key global clean energy hub, and helps IEA Members and Partner countries to advance the global agenda for energy innovation.
AMF brings stakeholders from different continents together for pooling and leveraging of knowledge and research capabilities in the field of advanced and sustainable transport fuels. Our cooperation enables an exchange of best practices. With our broad geographical representation, we are able to take regional and local conditions into consideration when developing policy briefs and facilitating deployment of new fuel and engine technologies.
- Annex 28: Information Service & AMF Website (AMFI), since 2004
- Task 63: Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF) (2021 - 2023)
- Annex 59: Lessons Learned from Alternative Fuel Experiences, since 2019
Publications can be viewed on the page in German.
Chile, China, Denmark, Germany, Finland, India, Israel, Japan, Canada, Austria, Sweden, Switzerland, Spain, South Korea, USA
Austrian Exco representative
Federal Ministry for Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology
Dr. Andreas Dorda
Tel.: +43 (1) 71162 653109
Austrian ExCo representative
Austrian Energy Agency
Tel.: +43 664 965 9251