The Technology Collaboration Programme on Advanced Fuel Cells has eight active annexes. These are the active work areas underway within the AFC TCP. These comprise three technology-based annexes (Electrolyis, SOFC and PEFC), three application-based annexes (stationary, transportation, portable applications), with the Systems Analysis Annex encompassing all these annexes, and a Modelling Annex.
30. Electrolysis, duration: 2019-2024
To assist, through international co-operation, the development of electrolysis technologies, and how these can best be deployed in energy systems.
To assist the development of fuel cells through analysis work to enable a better interpretation of the current status, and the future potential, of the technology. This work will provide a competent and factual information base for technical and economic studies.
The Technology Collaboration Programme on the Research, Development and Demonstration on Advanced Fuel Cells (Advanced Fuel Cells Technology Collaboration Programme, AFC TCP) functions within a framework created by the International Energy Agency (IEA). The activities of the AFC TCP are coordinated by the IEA’s Working Party on Energy End-use Technologies (EUWP). Views, findings and publications of the AFC TCP do not necessarily represent the views or policies of the IEA Secretariat or of its individual member countries.