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Internationale Energieagentur (IEA)

IEA HEV TCP Task 40: Critical Raw Materials for Electric Vehicles

The production of electric vehicles and batteries requires critical raw materials. In Task 40, demand and supply are compared, based on global scenarios of the development of electric vehicle fleets, battery technologies, primary and secondary raw material potentials and recycling technologies. Potential overall ecological and social impacts of raw material and battery production are assessed.

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IEA HEV TCP Task 49: Electric Vehicle-Fire Safety

As the number of electric vehicles increases, so does the need for safety. The project is creating an overview of fire safety standards for electric vehicles and networking relevant stakeholders. Challenges are discussed and experiences exchanged in national and international expert workshops. The focus is on promoting the safety of electric vehicles and increasing their acceptance.

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IEA HEV Task 41: Electric Freight Vehicles (Working period 2021 - 2022)

So far, the transformation of freight transport remains one of the biggest challenges on the path to zero emission. The Task's main objectives are to monitor progress and review relevant aspects for a successful introduction of electric freight vehicles (EFV) into the market. Austrian pilot projects on EFV are used to exchange barriers and solution approaches in an international context, especially with regard to substitution potential, costs and energy consumption. Together with incentive systems for the market launch of EFV, this will be discussed with logistics companies, the ministry (BMK) and research institutions.

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IEA HEV Task 45: Electrified roads (E-roads)

Electric vehicles can be charged stationary as well as dynamically while driving on so-called "e-roads". From a systemic point of view, this technology can be an addition to stationary charging and is not competing. Internationally, the academic and political discussion in this field is progressing rapidly. Task 45 aims for a mutual knowledge exchange, a joint understanding of next steps and a contribution of the Austrian position into the international debate.

Internationale Energieagentur (IEA)

IEA HEV Task 46: LCA of Electric Trucks, Buses, Two-Wheelers and other Vehicles (Working period 2022 - 2025)

The objective of this R&D service is the participation in Task 46 of the IEA Hybrid and Electric Vehicle (HEV) TCP with the work on the internationally agreed topics and the managing of the task as Operating Agent. Beside the Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) studies of typical examples also methods for the assessment of climate neutrality and circularity are developed. This is done in dedicated expert workshops.

Internationale Energieagentur (IEA)

IEA Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Technology Collaboration Programme (HEV-TCP)

The Technology Collaboration Programme on Hybrid and Electric Vehicles (HEV TCP) vision is that the electric drivetrain will be used as the predominant transportation mode in a sustainable transport system that is preferably powered by renewable energy and does not produce harmful emissions.