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  • 1. Implementing Agreement Day Belgium The IEA Secretariat: Overview of Key Activities Multiplying National Capacities Stefanie Held Head Energy Technology Unit (NET) Energy Technology Policy Division (ETP) 6 December 2011 © OECD/IEA 2011 Table of Content The International Energy Agency Energy Technology Policy Division Work programme and linkages Key messages International collaborative activities Managing the Technology Network Latest from the CERT and the Technology Network Strategic Plan 2012-2016 Analysis of the Technology Network Questions and Discussion© OECD/IEA 2011
  • 2. International Energy Agency (1) Australia Austria Belgium Canada Czech Republic Denmark IEA Member Countries Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Ireland Italy Japan Korea (Republic of) Luxembourg Netherlands New Zealand Norway Poland Portugal Slovak Republic Spain SwedenThe European Switzerland Commission Turkey also participates United Kingdom in the work United States of the IEA. © OECD/IEA 2011 © OECD/IEA - 2010 International Energy Agency (2) Autonomous agency linked with the OECD Based in Paris Founded in 1974 in wake of oil crisis Acts as energy policy advisor to 28 member countries Staff of around 200 © OECD/IEA 2011
  • 3. International Energy Agency (3) IEA Shared Goals Energy security - Environmental protection – Economic growth Activities Co-ordinates efforts to ensure energy security Links research activities and governmental directives Compiles energy statistics Conducts policy analysis, reviews energy policies & programs Convenes, mobilizes science & technology experts Works closely with countries outside membership, especially China, India and Russia© OECD/IEA 2011 International Energy Agency (4) IEA Shared Goals Energy security - Environmental protection – Economic growth Environmentally sustainable provision Activities use of energy and Co-ordinates efforts to ensure energy security Development of alternative energy Links research activities and governmental directives sources Compiles energy statistics Conducts policy analysis, reviews energy policies & programs Continued research, development and Convenes, mobilizes science & technology experts Works closely deployment of new and improved market with countries outside membership, especially China,energy technologies India and Russia© OECD/IEA 2011
  • 4. Table of Content The International Energy Agency Energy Technology Policy (ETP) Division Work programme and linkages Key messages International collaborative activities Managing the Technology Network Latest from the CERT and the Technology Network Strategic Plan 2012-2016 Analysis of the Technology Network Questions and Discussion© OECD/IEA 2011 ETP’s Programme of Work Where are we today? IEA clean energy Progress Report Gap analysis and best practice databases Where do we need to go? Energy Technology Perspectives series Energy technology roadmaps series How do we get there? Roadmaps implementation Best practice technology policy Expanded international collaboration© OECD/IEA 2011
  • 5. ETP Key Activities Energy Technology Perspectives Energy Indicators Technology Roadmaps Sectoral Analysis (industry, buildings, transport) Technology Assessments (e.g. electricity networks, systems integration) International Low-Carbon Energy Technology Platform Support to the IEA Technology Network© OECD/IEA 2011 Key Messages from Energy Technology Perspectives 2010 Early signs of energy technology revolution - still fragile and fragmented Require rapid, large-scale deployment of low carbon technologies Will improve energy security Fuel savings may outweigh additional investments Improved energy efficiency and decarbonising electricity are key Urgent action required Non-OECD countries also need to cut emissions Governments must take lead, but industry also has a role© OECD/IEA 2011
  • 6. Table of Content The International Energy Agency Energy Technology Policy Division Work programme and linkages Key messages International collaborative activities Managing the Technology Network Latest from the CERT and the Technology Network Strategic Plan 2012-2016 Analysis of the Technology Network Questions and Discussion© OECD/IEA 2011 Global Energy Technology Network Time-proven, flexible mechanism for multiple stakeholders to carry out collaborative R&D projects, databases, models and share information© OECD/IEA 2011
  • 7. Energy Technology Network Committee on Energy Research and Technology: Reviews the IA work programme, strategy, and achievements© OECD/IEA 2011 Implementing Agreements (1) Supply FOSSIL FUELS • Enhanced Oil Recovery • Fluidized Bed Conversion • IEA Clean Coal Centre • Greenhouse Gas RD Programme • Multiphase Flow Sciences FUSION POWER • Environmental, Safety, Economy • Co-operation on Tokamak Programmes • Fusion Materials RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES • Nuclear Technology of Fusion Reactors • Bioenergy • Geothermal • Plasma Wall Interaction • Hydrogen • Reversed Field Pinches • Hydropower • Spherical Tori • Ocean Energy Systems • Stellarator-Heliotron Concept • Photovoltaic Power Systems • Renewable Technology Deployment • Solar Heating and Cooling • SolarPACES • Wind Energy Systems© OECD/IEA 2011
  • 8. Implementing Agreements (2) Energy Efficiency Cross-Cutting BUILDINGS INFORMATION AND MODELING • Buildings and Community Systems • Climate Technology Initiative • District Heating and Cooling • Energy Efficient Electrical Equipment • Energy Technology Data Exchange • Energy Storage • Energy Technology Systems • Heat Pumping Technologies Analysis • Smart Grids ELECTRICITY • Demand-Side Management • Electricity Networks • Energy Efficient Electrical Equipment • High-Temperature Superconductivity INDUSTRY • Emissions Reduction in Combustion • Industrial Energy and Technologies TRANSPORT • Advanced Fuel Cells • Advanced Materials for Transportation • Advanced Motor Fuels • Hybrid and Electric Vehicles© OECD/IEA 2011 Multiple Stakeholders 463 61 57 + European Commission, UNIDO, OPEC© OECD/IEA 2011
  • 9. IEA Member Country Participation (1) United States Canada Japan United Kingdo m Sweden No rway Ko rea Germany Italy Finland Switzerland France Netherlands Denmark Spain A ustria A ustralia B elgium Turkey P o rtugal New Zealand Greece Ireland 2010 P o land 1983 Czech Republic 40 30 20 10 0© OECD/IEA 2011 IEA Member Country Participation (2) United States Canada Japan United Kingdo m Sweden Norway Korea Germany Italy Finland Switzerland France Netherlands Denmark Spain A ustria Australia B elgium Turkey P ortugal New Zealand Greece Ireland P oland Czech Republic 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% C ros s -c ut. E nd us e 2 F os s il fuels F us ion power R enew. 3© OECD/IEA 2011
  • 10. Types of Collaboration Almost anything is feasible Planning and coordination of energy technology RD&D studies, works or experiments at national or international level Participation in the operation of research or pilot facilities and equipment provided by a participant, or their joint design, construction and operation Exchange of information Exchanges of scientists, technicians or experts Joint development of energy related technologies Any other energy technology-related activity© OECD/IEA 2011 Benefits Linking research, industry and policy Reduced cost and duplication of work Greater project scale Accelerated development and deployment Harmonised technical standards Strengthened national RD&D capabilities Intellectual property rights Information sharing and networking Linking IEA member countries and non-member countries© OECD/IEA 2011
  • 11. Win-Win IEA Secretariat supports IAs Provides broad overview Co-ordinates projects (Joint research, workshops, data, publications) Raises awareness of IA results (Policy makers, private sector, other stakeholders) Advises on outreach opportunities Provides legal advice (The IEA does not provide direct financial support to the IAs, neither as a signatory nor as a programme manager) IAs provide targeted expertise to IEA (Analysis, roadmaps, workshops)© OECD/IEA 2011 Network of Experts in Energy Technologies (NEET) Broad international co-operation with IEA non-member countries Consolidating institutional contacts BRAZIL: Ministry of Mines and Energy CHINA: Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) INDIA: Ministry of New and Renewable Energy MEXICO: Ministry of Energy RUSSIA: Federal Agency for Science and Innovation SOUTH AFRICA: South African National Energy Research Institute Concrete outcomes CHINA: Creation of a liaison office (MOST–IEA) Increased membership in IAs Increased knowledge of IEA tools, methodologies, data http://www.iea.org/neet/index.asp© OECD/IEA 2011
  • 12. International Low-Carbon Energy Technology Platform Actions Outcome 1. Review progress and Identification of gaps, process of the low-carbon accelerated and prioritised energy transition action 2. Share experience on best- Efficient dissemination of practice technologies and best-practice technology, policies; offer training via policy and analytical tools IEA’s training and capacity building program 3. Help launch technology collaboration initiatives Technology strategy and roadmap implementation Builds on roadmaps, Implementing Agreements, and data/analysis activities; includes business and a broader set of countries© OECD/IEA 2010 © OECD/IEA 2011 Technology Platform Activities Developing and implementing roadmaps • Sustainable hydropower roadmap with Brazil • Solar deployment in Mediterranean Region • Mexico on smart grids • Russia on bioenergy • Looking for partners to develop national renewable technology roadmaps (e.g., China wind, India cement roadmaps) International collaboration • Private-sector led Finance Working Group to develop models for accelerating low-carbon energy technology deployment Sharing experience on best-practice technologies and policies • Drawing on IEA policy databases and work with Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) initiatives • How-to guides for roadmaps Informing/linking to international collaborative efforts • IEA Clean Energy Progress Report • UNFCCC Technology Mechanism© OECD/IEA 2010 © OECD/IEA 2011
  • 13. Energy Technology Initiatives Bi-annual publication Recent trends One-page overview Policy brief Background Spotlight List of current projects Information IEA Framework Frequently asked questions Glossary Statistics© OECD/IEA 2011 OPEN Energy Technology Bulletin Updates on recent IA activities and related work of the IEA Secretariat Click here to access IEA OPEN Energy Technology Bulletin No. 71 Issue No. 71 - 5 October 2010 • Collaborating for an evolving smart-grid future • IEA Energy Technology Data Exchange update • Spurring energy technology innovation • Standby power and low-energy networks • Energy poverty: early release of WEO 2010 analysis • New IEA international R&D projects, new participants • More on IEA energy technology publications, proceedings, website s, events Click here to access www.iea.org/impagr/cip/index.htm© OECD/IEA 2011
  • 14. Table of Content The International Energy Agency Energy Technology Policy Division Work programme and linkages Key messages International collaborative activities Managing the Technology Network Latest from the CERT and the Technology Network Strategic Plan 2012-2016 Analysis of the Technology Network Questions and Discussion© OECD/IEA 2011 Energy Technology Network (2) Committee on Energy Research and Technology: Reviews the IA work programme, strategy, and achievements© OECD/IEA 2011
  • 15. CERT Strategic Plan 2012-2016: Vision and Mission By the year 2050, the world will have achieved secure, sustainable, and substantially decarbonised energy systems. CERT will play a key role in the process by promoting best- practice policies and technologies as well as enhancing international co-operation. Mission: • Maximise the contribution of international RDD&D activities • Guide resources to support the IEA’s Shared Goals • Provide solid data collection and analysis, scenarios and roadmaps, best-practice, policy guidance • Track progress • Engage with non-Member countries© OECD/IEA 2011 CERT Strategic Plan 2012-2016: Four Strategic Objectives 1. Enhance and expand analysis to provide strategic energy technology policy guidance 2. Engage with selected countries and relevant organisations 3. Strengthen the energy technology network 4. Encourage financing of clean energy technologies Performance Measurement Implementation and the IEA Secretariat© OECD/IEA 2011
  • 16. Cross-Cutting Discussions Communication Public awareness Reaching out to policy makers Smart grids Energy storage Energy systems Rare earth minerals Transition fuels, gas CCS Energy technology financing Increasing linkages between the CERT and the Technology Network Basic Sciences© OECD/IEA 2011 Table of Content The International Energy Agency Energy Technology Policy Division Work programme and linkages Key messages International collaborative activities Managing the Technology Network Latest from the CERT and the Technology Network Strategic Plan 2012-2016 Analysis of the Technology Network Questions and Discussion© OECD/IEA 2011
  • 17. Analysis of the Technology Network Results based on Data collected in the survey to 19 IAs Literature review of priority-setting and evaluation Desk Officer interviews Two communication workshops Findings and recommendations Some obvious but needed supporting evidence Others provide insights Others may continue to emerge/be reevaluated over time Most addressed through CERT Action Plan 2012-2013 Some recommendations for CERT guidance and policy CERT Criteria, private-sector participation, national efforts© OECD/IEA 2011 Findings and Recommendations (1): Priority-Setting Finding: Priority-setting is generally horizontal and centralised at the Executive Committee level Request for extension process Synchronised with national priorities and research portfolios? Current knowledge base considered (e.g. roadmaps, IEA secretariat work in the area)? Recommendation: National co-ordination meetings among Network participants Underline the importance of a continual dialogue between policy makers, senior technology experts and the IAs Include milestone or mechanism in the request for extension process Important role of IEA Desk Officer to link strategies to knowledge base Also outcome from recent Communication Workshops© OECD/IEA 2011
  • 18. Findings and Recommendations (2): Evaluation Finding: IAs rate high overall on the CERT Criteria for Self- Evaluation (average score: 4.1 out of possible 5.0) IAs are performing well in most categories Criteria do not capture the effectiveness of IAs Qualitative evaluation not balanced with quantifiable indicators or results Recommendation: Review the effectiveness of the Criteria Strengthen the evaluation validity and accountability Develop meaningful and measurable indicators Develop mechanisms for feeding evaluation results into IAs’ work to build capacity© OECD/IEA 2011 Findings and Recommendations (3): Strategy Finding: Drivers that led to the IA creation are balanced between energy security, environmental protection, economic growth Current projects addressing the initial strategies Slight increase in engagement worldwide since creation No indication of how IA strategy fits into current national policies and priorities, nor of how the IAs integrate national priorities into the strategic plan Recommendation: Strengthen existing national Network co- ordination National coordination meetings align current and future priorities among participants Ensures national accountability among IAs on a continuous basis© OECD/IEA 2011
  • 19. Findings and Recommendations (4): Participation and Collaboration Finding: IAs are largely government-led collaborations (85% at ExCo level) Significantly larger proportion of private sector, academia, and NGOs at annex level Government budgets declining Much information is created and gained through IAs which may not feed back into national efforts Internal: IAs collaborate more between themselves than with IEA committees (apart from formal request for extension) Recommendation: Increase private-sector participation at the ExCo level Accelerate technology deployment, Maintain a high level of market relevance Establish a policy on the right public-private balance, as well as guidelines for IAs in how to implement that policy Improve information flow to national efforts and increase NMC co- operation: Strengthen existing national Network co-ordination© OECD/IEA 2011 Findings and Recommendations (5): Costs, Outcomes and Impacts Finding: Dependent on funding mechanism of the IA Total annual costs of IAs in the survey: 19M EUR Average project cost: 146k EUR Finding: Direct correlation between resources and results in IAs Cost-sharing IAs with most participants (resources) produce greatest number of direct (visible) outputs Information sharing greatest outcome Knowledge production the most significant outcome Technology development needed more work Recommendation: Incorporate cost indicators into the Evaluation Criteria Indicators provide benchmarks for comparisons Define by type of funding mechanism© OECD/IEA 2011
  • 20. Findings and Recommendations (6): Visibility Finding: IAs share a common motivation and engine - information sharing – yet raising awareness of work is the greatest barrier Potential industry partners and policy makers Workshops most effective; newsletters least Recommendation: Explore alternative mechanisms for reaching desired audiences Policy makers: Strengthening existing national Network co-ordination Industry partners: increase private sector membership General public/consumers - ? CERT-IA day Also outcome from Communication Workshops© OECD/IEA 2011 Overall Recommendations Map the Technology Network Review the effectiveness of the CERT Criteria for Self-Evaluation Establish a CERT policy for increasing private sector participation in IAs and guidelines for implementation Strengthen co-ordination among national IEA energy technology network participants Strengthen the role of the desk officers© OECD/IEA 2011
  • 21. Contacts Stefanie Held: stefanie.held@iea.org Carrie Pottinger: carrie.pottinger@iea.org Diana Louis: diana.louis@iea.org CERT Chair: Peter Cunz: peter.cunz@bfe.admin.ch© OECD/IEA 2011 Table of Content The International Energy Agency Energy Technology Policy Division Work programme and linkages Key messages International collaborative activities Managing the Technology Network Latest from the CERT and the Technology Network Strategic Plan 2012-2016 Analysis of the Technology Network Implementing Agreements in Belgium Questions and Discussion© OECD/IEA 2011
  • 22. Additional Slides© OECD/IEA 2011 WHAT IS THE ROLE OF THE CERT? The IEA Committee on Energy Research and Technology (CERT) regularly reviews and rates each IA according to the following criteria: • strategic direction • scope • contractual and management requirements • contribution to technology evolution • contribution to technology deployment / market • facilitation • policy relevance • contribution to environmental protection • information dissemination • outreach to IEA non-member countries • added value© OECD/IEA 2011
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