IEA Demand Side Management Energy Efficiency (DSM TCP)
The aim of the IEA's Demand-Side Management Technology Collaboration Programme (DSM TCP) is to promote tools and information on demand-side management and energy efficiency with view to global development and new market openings. Positive results of this collaborative work between over 14 countries include more reliability and security of energy systems, a reduction of carbon dioxide and other harmful gases as well as less system costs and price volatility.
The DSM programme focuses on topics such as load management, energy efficiency, smart grids, energy services, and the role of individuals in energy consumption and related activities. DSM thus provides a sort of "toolkit" for governments and energy companies, in order to optimise energy supply and the provision of energy services.
Tasks with Austrian involvement
- IEA-DSM Task 24: Behaviour Change in DSM, From Theory to Policies and Practice: working period 2015-2017
- IEA-DSM Task 25: Business Models for a More Effective Market Uptake of Efficient Energy Services: working period 2015-2017
- Finalised tasks
- IEA-DSM Task 9: The Role of Municipalities and Energy Efficiency in a Liberalised System
- IEA-DSM Task 10: Performance Contracting
- IEA-DSM Task 16: Competitive Energy Services (Energie-Contracting, ESCo Services): working period 2013-2015
- IEA-DSM Task 16: Competitive Energy Services (Energie-Contracting, ESCo Services): working period 2009-2012
- IEA-DSM Task 17: Integration of DSM, distributed power generation, renewable energy sources and electrical energy storage: working period 2013-2016 (phase 3)
- IEA-DSM Task 17: Integration of DSM, distributed power generation, renewable energy sources and electrical energy storage: working period 2009-2012 (phase 2)
- IEA-DSM Task 24: Behaviour Change in DSM, From Theory to Policies and Practice: working period 2013-2015
Publications are available on the website of IEA DSM
Austria, Belgium, Finland, Great Britain, India, Italy, Korea, Netherlands, Norway, New Zealand, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United States
RAP (Regulatory Assistance Project) and the ECI as sponsor.
Dipl.-Ing. Maria Mayor-Mähr
Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG)
Tel.: +43 (5) 7755 5040
Mag. Sabine Mitter
Austrian Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology (BMVIT)
Tel.: +43 (1) 711 62 - 652915