Our collaborations network

IEA Headquarters

The International Energy Agency is an autonomous organisation which works to ensure reliable, affordable and clean energy for its 29 member countries and beyond.

OTHER IEA Technology Collaboration Programmes

The Advanced Motor Fuels (AMF) TCP provides an international platform for co-operation to promote cleaner and more energy efficient fuels and vehicle technologies.

The mandate the IEA Renewable Energy Technology Deployment (IEA-RETD) TCP is to address cross-cutting issues that influence the deployment of renewable energy and to act as a vehicle to accelerate the market introduction and deployment of renewable energy technologies.


FAO (Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations) is a specialised agency of the United Nations that leads international efforts to defeat hunger.

IRENA (International Renewable Energy Agency) is an intergovernmental organisation that supports countries in their transition to a sustainable energy future.

GBEP (Global Bioenergy Partnership) brings together public, private and civil society stakeholders in a joint commitment to promote bioenergy for sustainable development.

SEforALL (Sustainable Energy for All) empowers leaders to broker partnerships and unlock finance to achieve universal access to sustainable energy.

Biofuture Platform is a 20-country effort to promote an advanced low carbon bioeconomy that is sustainable, innovative and scalable.

Mission Innovation aims to reinvigorate and accelerate global clean energy innovation with the objective to make clean energy widely affordable.


Bioenergy Australia as the lead forum in Australia for biomass, bioenergy and related bio-products, promotes an awareness and understanding of biomass as a sustainable resource across the supply and value chains.

Natural Resources Canada’s CanmetENERGY is the Canadian leader in clean energy research and technology development.

The European Commission Directorate-General for Energy focuses on developing and implementing the EU’s energy policy – secure, sustainable, and competitive energy for Europe.

Japan’s New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organisation (NEDO) actively undertakes the development of new energy (including biomass and waste) and energy conservation technologies, verification of technical results, and introduction and dissemination of new technologies (e.g., support for introduction).

The US Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) accelerates development and facilitates deployment of energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies and market-based solutions that strengthen U.S. energy security, environmental quality, and economic vitality.


Centre for Biomass Technology is a Danish biomass information network to promote the utilization of wood, straw and other biofuels for energy purposes as alternatives to traditional fuels such as coal, oil and natural gas.

ManagEnergy is a technical support initiative of the Intelligent Energy – Europe (IEE) programme of the European Commission which aims to assist actors from the public sector and their advisers working on energy efficiency and renewable energy at the local and regional level.

Small Giant of Bioenergy provides information on solid biofuels – for example their quality, utilisation, preparation, supply and storage and information and facts on bio heating.

The Regional Wood Energy Development Programme in Asia (RWEDP) promotes the integration of wood energy in the planning and implementation of national energy and forestry programs.

The Renewable Energy Association (REA) was established in 2001 as a not-for-profit trade association, representing British renewable energy producers and promoting the use of renewable energy in the UK.

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