IEA Experts Group "R&D Priority Setting and Evaluation" (EGRD) - Working period 2017 - 2019
The experts group advises the CERT on methods and research priorities in the area of energy technology. It thus deals with strategies for research (scenario development, roadmaps or implementation strategies for new energy technologies) as well as with the implementation of research projects.
In order to fulfil its mandate, the expert groups organises workshops twice each year. The workshops serve to bring together international experiences from the area of energy research for the preparation of national strategy papers.
Austria contributes with expertise and best practice examples from international cooperation as well. The results of these experts' discussions are documented in comprehensive reports.
The work programme 2017-2019 includes the following workshop topics:
- Workshop 1: Blue Sky Research for Energy Technology (June 14 and 15, 2017 in Birmingham)
- Workshop 2: Towards a Consumer Driven Energy System (October 12 and 13, 2017 in Copenhagen)
- Workshop 3: Addressing the Energy-Water Nexus through R&D Planning and Policies (May 28 and 29, 2018 in Brussels)
- Workshop 4: Future Energy Market Designs: Research and Innovation Needs (22. - 23. Oktober 2018 in Berlin)
- Workshop 5: System resiliency and flexibility (13. - 14. May 2019 in Vienna)
- Workshop 6: Green fuels (21. - 22. October 2019 in Paris)
These six workshops were complemented with half-day internal workshops each. These were reserved for planning future activities.
Blue Sky Research for Energy Technology (14. - 15. June 2017, Birmingham)
Towards a Consumer-Driven Energy System (12. - 13. October 2017, Lyngby)
Addressing the Energy-Water Nexus through R&D Planning and Policies (28. - 29. May 2018, Brussels)
Future Energy Market Designs: Research and Innovation Needs (22. - 23. October 2018, Berlin)
System Resiliency and Flexibility (13. - 14. May 2019, Vienna)
Green Fuels (21. - 22. October 2019, Paris)
Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, European Commission, France, International Energy Agency (Secretariat), Italy, Japan, Korea, Netherland, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland, United States