Technology Collaboration Programme

Technology Collaboration Programme by IEA

You are invited to an informational meeting for new international collaboration on "Electrified Roadways"

Immediately Following CERV 2020 – Park City Sheraton, Park City, Utah
Feb 11, 2020, 1:30pm MST

Hybrid & Electric Vehicle Technology Collaboration Programme logo

In recognition of the importance of Electrified Roadway technologies, the International Energy Agency (IEA) Technology Collaboration Programme (TCP) for Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEV) has approved the creation of a new task, Task 45, focused on the many inter-related technologies and various applications of Electrified Roadways.

Join us at a Task 45 informational meeting immediately following the Conference on Electric Roadways and Vehicles (CERV 2020) at the Sheraton in Park City, Utah on February 11 at 1:30 PM. This meeting will serve as an introduction to the HEV TCP, discussion of the scope of effort and focus areas of this task, and an opportunity to provide input and guidance with the task's operating agent and other stakeholders.

Any questions? Contact the operating agent, PT Jones of Oak Ridge National Laboratory (

The International Energy Agency (IEA) Technology Collaboration Programme for Hybrid and Electric Vehicles (HEV TCP) has a long history supporting multi-national early stage research, governmental policy and industrial technology considerations, as well as providing objective information on the latest technology advancements and demonstrations to an international audience. Previous and ongoing work, as well as a list of the member countries of the HEV TCP, can be found at

HEV TCP welcomes countries and organizations that will both benefit from and contribute to the sharing of information and resources on hybrid and electric vehicles.

As more models of plug-in electric vehicles reach the commercial marketplace, the role of the private sector within HEV TCP is growing. Several Tasks (projects on special topics) include industry experts along with HEV TCP's traditional participation from governmental and research organizations.