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International Energy Agency
Governing Board
Secretariat - Fatih Birol
Organization and
EERE Involvement

Standing Group on Long-Term Cooperation (SLT)
Mary Warlick (Chair- State)
Dave Turk (DOE)
Rick Westerdale (State)
Kimberly Ballou (DOE- Support)
Nathan Hernandez (State-Support)
Energy Business Council (EBC)
Renewable Industry Advisory Board (RIAB)
Coal Industry Advisory Board (CIAB)
Standing Group on Global Energy Dialogue (SGD)
For non-member countries, includes China, Russia, and India

Russell Roth (DOE)
Nathan Hernandez (State)
Standing Group on Oil Markets (SOM)
Carmine Difiglio (Vice Chair- DOE)

Committee on Energy Research and Technology (CERT)
CERT and everything under it forms the Energy Technology Network, or ETN. CERT is virtually autonomous from the rest of IEA, and countries need not be members to participate in Implementing Agreements.
Standing Group on Emergency Questions (SEQ)
Oil- related

Glen Sweetnam (DOE)
Working Party on Energy Efficiency (EEWP)
Mark Friedrichs (BTO)
Working Party on Renewable Energy Technologies (REWP)
Steve Lindenberg (EERE)
Working Party on Fossil Fuels (WPFF)
Michael E. Smith (FE)
Fusion Power Co-ordinating Committee (FPCC)
Thomas Vanek (SC)
Working Party on Energy End-Use Technologies (EUWP)
Robert Sandoli/John Cabaniss, EERE International
Renewable Industry Advisory Board (RIAB)
Bioenergy:
Jim Spaeth
(BETO)- $198,700
Concentrating Solar Power (SolarPACES):
Ranga Pitchumani (Office of Business Operations)
Photovoltaics:
Lidija Sekaric (SETO)
Wind
Solar Heating and Cooling
Ocean: Alison Labonte (WWTPO)
Hydropower:
Tim Welch (WWTPO)
Hydrogen:
Eric Miller (FCTO)
Geothermal:
Jay Nathwani (GTO)
Deployment: not a member

Buildings and Communities:
Mark Friedrichs (BTO)

District Heating and Cooling:
Isaac Chan (AMO)- $80,000

Advanced Fuel Cells:
Nancy Garland (FCTO)

Advanced Transport Materials:
Jerry Gibbs (VTO)

Advanced Motor Fuels:
Stephen Goguen (VTO)

Industrial Technologies and Systems:
Isaac Chan (AMO)

International Smart Grid Action Network (ISGAN):
Russell Conklin/ Eric Lightner

High-Temperature Superconductivity:
Debbie Haught

Demand-Side Management:

Larry Mansueti (OE)

Emissions reduction in Combustion:
Gurpreet Singh (VTO)

Heat Pumping Technologies:
Tony Bouza (BTO)

Energy Storage:
Imre Gyuk

Energy Efficient End-Use Equipment (4E):
Tony Bouza/ Mark Friedrichs (BTO)


Hybrid and Electric Vehicles:
David Howell (VTO)

Austria
Belgium
Finland
France
India
Italy
Korea
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
United States
European Copper Institute
Regulatory Assistance Project
Buildings
Electricity
Industry
Transport
Australia
Austria
Denmark
France
Germany
Israel
Italy
Japan
Korea
Mexico
Sweden
Switzerland
Austria, Canada, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland Thailand
United States
Australia
Canada
China
Finland
Germany
Israel
Korea
United Kingdom
United States
Austria
Belgium
Canada
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Ireland
Italy
Korea
Netherlands
Portugal
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom
United States
Australia
Canada
China
Finland
Germany
Israel
Korea
United Kingdom
United States
Task 1, Information Exchange
Task 10, Electrochemical Systems
Task 17, System Optimization and Vehicle Integration
Task 18, EV Ecosystems
Task 19, Life Cycle Assessment of EVs
Task 20, Quick Charging
Task 21, Accelerated Ageing Testing for Li-ion Batteries
Task 22, E-Mobility Business Models
Task 23, Light-Electric-Vehicle Parking and Charging Infrastructure
Task 24, Economic Impact Assessment of E-Mobility
Task 25, Plug-in Electric Vehicles
Task 26, Wireless Power Transfer for EVs
Task 27, Electrification of transport logistic vehicles (eLogV)
Task 28, Home grids and V2X technologies


Experts' Group on R&D, Priority Setting, and Evaluation (EGRD)
Intersectoral Implementing Agreements (Report Directly to CERT)
Climate Technology Initiative (CTI)
Energy Technology Systems Analysis
Belgium
Denmark
Korea
Netherlands
Norway
Portugal
Sweden
United States
Germany
(Unsure which US are in)
Annex XI - Industry-based Biorefineries
Annex XIII - Industrial Heat Pumps
Annex XIV - Development and use of Process Integration in the Iron and Steel Industry
Annex XV - Industrial Excess heat Recovery
Annex XVII - Membrane filtration for energy-efficient separation of lignocellulosic biomass components
- $15,000/yr for IA dues
Task 16 - Competitive Energy Services (Energy Contracting, ESCo Services)
Task 17 - Integration of Demand Side Management, Energy Efficiency, Distributed Generation and Renewable Energy Sources (direct wire 20,000 euros/yr to task, $30k/yr to PNNL to work on task)
Task 24 - Closing the Loop - Behaviour Change in DSM, From Theory to Policies and Practice
Task 25 - Business Models for a more effective uptake of DSM energy services
Australia
Austria
Belgium
China
Canada
Finland
France
Germany
India
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Korea
Mexico
Netherlands
Norway
Russian Federation
Singapore
Spain
South Africa
Sweden
Switzerland
United States
European Commission (EC)
Annex 1: Smart Grid Inventory (Lead)
Annex 2: SG Case Studies

Annex 3: Benefit - Cost Analyses
Annex 4: Synthesis of Insights (Lead)
Annex 5: SIRFN (Lead)
Annex 6: Power T&D Systems (lead one task)
Annex 7 : Smart Grid Transitions
Canada
Finland
Germany
Israel
Italy
Japan
Korea
Netherlands
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
United States
Bruker HTS GmbH
Columbus Superconductors
No annexes listed
Australia
Austria
Belgium
Canada
China
Czech Republic
Denmark
France
Germany
Greece
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Japan
Korea
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom
United States
No69 Strategy and Practice of Adaptive Thermal Comfort in Low Energy Buildings
No68 Design and Operational Strategies for High IAQ in Low Energy Buildings
No67 Energy Flexible Buildings
No66 Definition and Simulation of Occupant Behavior in Buildings
No65 Long-Term Performance of Super-Insulation in Building Components & Systems
No64 Optimized Performance of Community Energy Supply Systems with Exergy Principles

No63 Implementation of Energy Strategies in Communities
No62 Ventilative Cooling
No61 Business and Technical Concepts for Deep Energy Retrofit of Public Buildings
No60 New Generation Computational Tools for Building & Community Energy Systems
No59 High Temperature Cooling and Low Temperature Heating in Buildings
No58 Reliable Building Energy Performance Characterisation Based on Full Scale Dynamic Measurements

No57 Evaluation of Embodied Energy and CO2 Emissions for Building Construction
No56 Cost-Effective Energy and CO2 Emission Optimization in Building Renovation
No55 Reliability of Energy Efficient Building Retrofitting - Probability Assessment of Performance and Cost
No05 Air Infiltration and Ventilation Centre
Canada
Denmark
Finland
Germany
Korea
Norway
Sweden
United Kingdom
United States
Annex XI- Grow District HC/CHP
Annex TS1- Communal Low Temperature Heat Supply
Australia
Austria
Canada
Denmark
France
Japan
Korea
Netherlands
Sweden
Switzerland
United States
United Kingdom
Belgium
Canada
China
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Italy
Japan
Korea
Norway
Slovenia
Sweden
Turkey
United Kingdom
United States
University of Lleida
Warsaw University of Technology
European Commission (EC)
Netherlands
Austria
Canada
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Japan
Korea
Netherlands
Norway
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
United States
Italy
Mapping and Benchmarking
Solid State Lighting
Electric Motor Systems
Standby Power
Electronic Devices and Networks
Annex 42 Heat Pumps in Smart grids
Annex 41 Cold Climate Heat Pumps (Improving low ambient temperature performance of Air-Source Heat Pumps) (Lead)
Annex 40 Heat pump concepts for Nearly Zero-Energy Buildings
Annex 39 A common method for testing and rating of residential HP and AC annual/seasonal performance
Annex 37 Demonstration of field measurements of heat pump systems in buildings
Annex 47 Heat pumps in District Heating and Cooling systems
Annex 46 Heat Pumps for Domestic Hot Water
Annex 45 Hybrid Heat Pumps
Annex 44 Performance indicators for energy efficient supermarket buildings
Annex 43 Fuel-driven sorption heat pumps
Check with Imre!

Electric Energy Storage: Future Energy Storage Demand (Annex 26)
Integration of Renewable Energies by Distributed Energy Storage Systems (Annex 28)
Material Research and Development for Improved TES Systems (Annex 29)
Annex 31 Energy storage with Net Zero Energy Buildings and Districts: Optimization and Automation

Annex 52: Fuels for Efficiency
Annex 51: Methane Emission Control
Annex 50: Fuel and Technology Alternatives in Non-Road Engines
Annex 49: COMVEC - Fuel and Technology Alternatives for Commercial Vehicles
Annex 48: Value Proposition Study on Natural Gas Pathways for Road Vehicles
Annex 47: Reconsideration of DME Fuel Specifications for Vehicles
Annex 46: Alcohol Application in CI Engines
Annex 44: Research on Unregulated Pollutants Emissions of Vehicles Fuelled with Alcohol Alternative Fuels
Annex 43: Performance Evaluation of Passenger Car Fuel and Powerplant Options
Annex 42: Toxicity of Exhaust Gases and Particles from IC-Engines - International Activities Survey
Annex 28: Information Service & AMF Website (AMFI)
Full participation table: http://bit.ly/1HzGfb4

•Fuel Cells for Transportation
•Fuel Cells for Stationary Applications
•Fuel Cells for Portable Applications
•Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells
•Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
•Systems Analysis
•Modelling of Fuel Cell Systems
•Electrolysis

Annex IX - Co-operative program on friction reduction and lifetime control by advanced coatings via characterization, modeling and simulation
Annex VIII - Co-operative program on the development of thermoelectric materials for waste heat recovery in transportation industries
Annex VII - Co-operative program on development, evaluation and standardization of methods for testing mechanical properties of nanomaterials for application in automotive industries
Annex VI - Co-operative program on low cost carbon fibers and composites for transportation applications
(Country participants not listed)
Sprays in Combustion
Low Temperature Combustion
Alternative Fuels in Combustion
Nanoparticle Diagnostics
Gas Turbine Combustion for Zero Emission Power Plants
Gas Engines
Combustion Chemistry
Collaborative Task Leaders

Australia
Austria
Belgium
Brazil
Canada
Croatia
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Korea
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
South Africa
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
United States
European Commission (EC)

Annual Dues- $113,700
Task 43 Biomass Feedstocks for Energy Markets
Task 42 Biorefining
Task 40 Sustainable International Bioenergy Trade: Securing Supply and Demand-$20,000
Task 38 Climate Change Effects of Biomass and Bioenergy Systems- $20,000
Task 37 Energy from Biogas
Task 36 Integrating Energy Recovery into Solid Waste Management
Task 32 Biomass Combustion and Co-firing
Task 33 Thermal Gasification of Biomass-$20,000
Task 34 Pyrolysis of Biomass-$not specified
Task 39 Commercialising Conventional and Advanced Liquid Biofuels from Biomass- $20,000
Algeria
Australia
Austria
Brazil
China
Egypt
France
Germany
Israel
Italy
Korea
Mexico
Morocco
South Africa
Spain
Switzerland
United Arab Emirates
United States
Mitsubishi Corporation
European Commission (EC)
TASK I SOLAR THERMAL ELECTRIC SYSTEMS
TASK II SOLAR CHEMISTRY RESEARCH
TASK III SOLAR TECHNOLOGY AND ADVANCED APPLICATIONS
TASK IV Solar Heat Integration in Industrial Processes
TASK V SOLAR RESOURCE ASSESSMENT AND FORECASTING
TASK VI Solar Energy and Water Processes and Applications
Canada
Denmark
France
Germany
Ireland
Japan
Netherlands
Norway
United Kingdom

Australia
France
Germany
Iceland
Italy
Japan
Korea
Mexico
New Zealand
Norway
Spain
Switzerland
United Kingdom
United States
Geodynamics Ltd
Green Rock Energy Ltd
CanGEA
Geothermal Group of APPA
ORMAT Technologies Inc
European Commission (EC)

Annex I- Environmental Impacts of Geothermal Energy Development
Annex VII- Advanced Geothermal Drilling and Logging Technologies
Annex VIII- Direct Use of Geothermal Energy
Annex X- Data Collection and Information
Annex XI- Induced Seismicity
Annex XII- Deep Roots of Volcanic Geothermal Systems
Australia
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Israel
Italy
Japan
Korea
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
United States
International Association for Hydrogen Safety (HySafe)
United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO)
European Commission (EC)
Shell Global Solutions International BV
Nationale Organisation Wasserstoff und Brennstoffzellentechnologie
Lithuania

Task 21 BioHydrogen 2005-2010
Task 22 Fundamental and Applied Hydrogen Storage Materials Development 2006-2009
Task 26 WaterPhotolysis 2008-2011
Task 27 Near-Term Market Routes to Hydrogen by Co-Utilization of Biomass as a Renewable Energy Source with Fossil Fuels 2008-2011
Task 28 Large Scale Hydrogen Delivery Infrastructure 2010-2013
Task 29 Distributed and Community Hydrogen 2010-2013
Task 30 Global Hydrogen Systems Analysis 2010-2013
Task 31 Hydrogen Safety 2010-2013
Task 32 H2 Based Energy Storage 2013-2016
Task 33 Local H2 Supply for Energy Applications

Plays advisory role to SLT; no implementing agreements
Energy Technology Initiatives (ETIs)/Implementing Agreements (IAs)
Environmental, Safety and Economic Aspects of Fusion Power
Co-operation on Tokamak Programmes

Fusion Materials
Nuclear Technology of Fusion Reactors
Plasma Wall Interaction
Reversed Field Pinches
Spherical Tori
Stellarator-Heliotron Concept
Fluidised Bed Conversion
Enhanced Oil Recovery
Clean Coal Centre
Gas and Oil Technologies
Greenhouse Gas R&D
Energy Technology Initiatives (ETIs)/Implementing Agreements (IAs)
Energy Technology Initiatives (ETIs)/Implementing Agreements (IAs)
Energy Technology Initiatives (ETIs)/Implementing Agreements (IAs)
Australia
Brazil
China
Finland
France
Japan
Norway
United States

Australia
Belgium
Canada
China
Denmark
Germany
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Korea
Mexico
Monaco
Netherlands
New Zealand
Nigeria
Norway
Portugal
Singapore
South Africa
Spain
Sweden
United Kingdom
United States
Australia
Austria
Belgium
Canada
China
Denmark
France
Germany
Israel
Italy
Japan
Korea
Malaysia
Mexico
Netherlands
Norway
Portugal
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Thailand
Turkey
United States
European Commission (EC)
European Photovoltaic Industry Ass.
International Copper Association-Copper Alliance
Solar Electric Power Association
Solar Energy Industries Association
Australia
Austria
Belgium
Canada
China
Denmark
France
Germany
Italy
Mexico
Netherlands
Norway
Portugal
Singapore
South Africa
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United States
United Kingdom
European Commission (EC)
ECOWAS Centre for Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency
European Copper Institute
Regional Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RCREEE)
Gulf Organisation for Research & Development
Austria
Canada
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Ireland
Japan
Korea
Mexico
Netherlands
Norway
Portugal
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
United States
Chinese Wind Energy Association
European Wind Energy Association
European Commission (EC)
◦Hydropower and the Environment - Annex XII
◦Hydropower Services - Annex IX
◦Renewal & Upgrading of Hydropower Plants - Annex XI
◦Fish & Hydropower - Annex XIII
◦Small-Scale Hydropower - Annex II

Annex I - Dissemination
Annex IV - Environmental Issues
Annex V - Project information
Project "Cost of Energy"
Task 49: Solar Heat Integration in Industrial Processes (private sector)
Task 1: Strategic PV Analysis & Outreach
Task 2
Task 8
Task 9
Task 10
Task 11
Task 12
Task 13
Task 14
Task 11 Base Technology Information Exchange
Task 19 Wind Energy in Cold Climates
Task 25 Power Systems with Large Amounts of Wind Power
Task 26 Cost of Wind Energy
Task 27 Labelling Small Wind Turbines
Task 28 Social Acceptance of Wind Energy Projects
Task 29 MexNet Aerodynamics
Task 30 Offshore Code Comparison
Task 31 WAKEBENCH Benchmarking Wind Farm Flow Models
Task 32 LIDAR: Wind Lidar Systems for Wind Energy Deployment
Task 33 Reliability Data
Task 34 WREN – Working Together to Resolve Environmental Effects of Wind Energy
Task 35 Ground Based Testing for Wind Turbines and their Components


Deputy Executive Director (EXD/DED)- Paul Simons
Office of Management and Administration
(EXD/OMA)
Office of Global Energy Policy (EXD/GEP)
Energy Data Centre (EXD/EDC)
Communication and Information Office
(EXD/CIO)
Office of Legal Counsel (EXD/OLC)
Directorate of Energy Markets and Security
(EMS)
Directorate of Sustainable Energy Policy and Technology
(SPT)
Directorate of Global Energy Economics
(GEE)
Dr, Robert Marlay (Vice Chair- DOE)
The country representatives from the Governing Board and Standing Groups oversee and direct IEA staff in the Secretariat
Met 8/26 -- no dues, all $$ is through staff time, mostly through labs. Data call #s are accurate.
Only involved in one task because the US would not get value from other countries in the others. However, still go to meetings for diplomatic reasons.
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