IEA-ETSAP Official Documents

A key strength of the IEA-ETSAP methodology is the detailed documentation. The detailed documentation is the result of a commitment to the highest levels of transparency by the IEA-ETSAP. The initial detailed documentation set in motion a positive cycle with the methodology being used for diverse applications. In turn the documentation of the diverse applications leads to knowledge sharing. Innovations now, regularly get shared and adopted by others. The decentralized model therefore is able to benefit from the fact that a large community is using it. The IEA-ETSAP methodology is the leading open source approach to energy scenarios modeling.

Implementing Agreement


Tasks - Annexes

Annex XIV (2017-2019): Understanding and facilitating the energy transition to achieve the 'well below 2oC' goal


Annex XIII (2014-2016): Tools for Analysis of a Future Energy Revolution

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Annex XII (2011-2014): Policy Analyses Tools for Global Sustainability (PAT-SUS)

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Final Report

Annex XI Abstract (2008-2011): Joint Studies for New and Mitigated Energy Systems

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Final Report

Annex X (2005-2007): Global Energy Systems and Common Analyses

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Final Report

Annex IX (2003-2005): Energy Models User's Group

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Annex VIII (2002-2005): Exploring Energy Technology Perspectives

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Final Report

Annex VII (1999-01): Contributing to the KYOTO Protocol

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Annex VI (1996-98): Dealing with uncertainty together

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Annex V (1993-95): Energy options for sustainable development

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Annex IV (1990-92): Greenhouse gases and national energy options

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Annex III (1987-89): International forum on energy environment studies

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Annex II (1984-86): Information exchange project

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Annex I (1981-83): Energy technology systems analysis programme

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  • Final Report (To be requested from the operating agent)