International Low-Carbon Energy Technology Platform
Accelerating the development and deployment of low carbon technologies world wide
Officially launched on 15 October 2010, in response to requests from the G8 and Ministers of the International Energy Agency (IEA) member countries, the International Low-Carbon Energy Technology Platform (Technology Platform) seeks to enhance collaboration among countries, business, the financial sector and other international organisations.
The Technology Platform’s central aim is to accelerate and scale-up action for the development and deployment of low-carbon energy technologies.
To achieve this, it:
- Brings together stakeholders to catalyse partnerships and activities to enhance the development and implementation of low-carbon energy technology strategies and technology roadmaps at regional and national levels
- Shares experience on best-practice technologies and policies and builds capacity on technology policy planning methodologies to enable more efficient and effective policy development
- Reviews progress on low-carbon technology deployment to help identify key gaps in low-carbon energy policy and international co-operation, and supports efforts to address these through relevant international and regional fora
About the Technology Platform
How does the Technology Platform operate?
Technology Platform Activities
About the Advisory Committee