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Working Party on End-Use Technologies (EUWP)

The International Energy Agency (IEA) Working Party on Energy End-Use Technologies, often referred to as End-Use Working Party (EUWP), has been in the advisory council for the Committee on Energy Research and Technology (CERT) in the area of end-use energy technologies since 1981. It also functions as reference for questions on end-use energy within the IEA Secretariat.

The EUWP supervises and supports all activity concerning end-use technologies. The EUWP monitors RD&D efforts on 14 IEA Technology Collaboration Programmes (TCPs). Furthermore the EUWP serves as reference for end-use energy questions and represents the IEA on these issues.

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The 4 sectors of the End-Use Working Party (EUWP)

  • Buildings
  • Transport
  • Industry
  • Electricity

Buildings with the 5 IEA Technology Collaboration Programmes

Transport with the 5 IEA Technology Collaboration Programmes

Industry with the 1 IEA Technology Collaboration Programme

Electricity with the 3 IEA Technology Collaboration Programmes

Coordination Groups

Future Buildings Forum (FBF)

The Future Buildings Forum is a think-tank for future tasks and annexes by EBC and other building relevant TCPs and takes place every five years.

Buildings Coordination Group (BCG)

The BCG serves a platform for communication and personal contacts between the different TCPs dealing with buildings and forms a connection between TCPs and the IEA Secretariat. This provides the possibility of strengthening the development and distribution of information about end-use energy technologies with both sources of information.

The following TCPs are involved with the Buildings Coordination Group:

from the End-Use Working Party (EUWP)

from the Renewable Energy Technologies Working Party (REWP)

Transport Coordination Group (TCG)

The following TCPs are involved with the Transport Coordination Group:

from the End-Use Working Party (EUWP)

from the Renewable Energy Technologies Working Party (REWP)

Industry Coordination Group ICG

The following TCPs are involved with the Industry Coordination Group:

from the End-Use Working Party (EUWP)

from the Renewable Energy Technologies Working Party (REWP)

Electricity Coordination Group ECG

The following TCPs are involved with the Electricity Coordination Group:

from the End-Use Working Party (EUWP)

from the Renewable Energy Technologies Working Party (REWP)

Publications

Mapping of IEA TCPs

The publication visualizes the current activities of the IEA Energy Technology Network and identifies possible gaps and overlaps. The mapping includes 185 ongoing tasks and annexes (Status September 2017). Series 10/2018
Lukas Eggler, Andreas Indinger, Lukas Zwieb, Publisher: BMVIT
English, 64 Seiten

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Participating States

Australia, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Finland, France, Greece, Great Britain, Ireland, Canada, Korea, New Zeeland, Netherlands, Norway, Austria, Poland, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland, Slovakia, Spain, Turkey, Czech Republic, Hungary, USA

Contact

EUWP Representative and Vice Chair for Buildings

Austrian Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology
Mag. Sabine Mitter
Tel.: +43 (1) 71162 652915
E-Mail: sabine.mitter@bmvit.gv.at

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