Energy Supply Technologies Data

With a technology revolution underway there is a need to understand how each existing and new technology impacts energy scenarios in the near term and in the long term. To be able to do this, there is a need for identifying parameters of existing technologies and for each new technology that aims to offer low costs, high efficiency, and low environmental impact. The IEA-ETSAP methodology requires a detailed quantifiable understanding of each technology it includes in a scenario. Such well documented detailed quantifiable understanding is already available, to the IEA-ETSAP community, for many energy supply technologies and more technologies are added to the list regularly.

PRIMARY ENERGY SUPPLY, TRANSPORTATION AND DISTRIBUTION

P01

Conv. Oil and Gas Production

May 2010

Highlights

P02

Unconv. Oil and Gas Production

May 2010

Highlights

P03

Oil and Gas Logistics

August 2011

Highlights

P04

Oil Refineries

April 2014

Highlights

P05

Syngas from Coal (coal gasific.)

May 2010

Highlights

P06

Liquid Fuels from Coal and Gas

May 2010

Highlights

P07/08

Coal Mining and Logistics

April 2014

Highlights

P09

Biomass Production & Logistics

December 2013

Highlights

P10

Liquid Biofuels

January 2013

Highlights

P11

Biogas Production

December 2013

Highlights

P12

Hydrogen Production and Distribution

April 2014

Highlights

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ELECTRICITY & HEAT PRODUCTION, TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION

E01

Coal Fired Power Plants

April 2010

Highlights

E02

Gas Fired Power Plants

April 2010

Highlights

E03

Nuclear Power

April 2010

Highlights

E04

Combined Heat and Power (CHP)

May 2010

Highlights

E05

Biomass for Heat & Power

May 2010

Highlights

E06

Hydro

May 2010

Highlights

E07

Geothermal

May 2010

Highlights

E08

Marine Power

November 2010

Highlights

E09

Wind Energy

 

 

E10

Concentrating Solar Power

January 2013

Highlights

E11

Photovoltaic Solar Power

January 2013

Highlights

E12

Electricity Transmission and Distribution

April 2014

Highlights

E13

Fuel Cells

January 2013

Highlights

E14

CO2 Capture & Storage

October 2010

Highlights

E15

Renewable Energy Integration

December 2013

Highlights

E16

District heating systems

January 2013

Highlights

E17

Thermal Energy Storage

January 2013

Highlights

E18

Energy Storage (Electric)

January 2012

Highlights

E19

Heat Pumps

January 2013

Highlights

E20

Superconductivity

 

 

E21

Biomass Co-firing

January 2013

Highlights

ETSAP Technologies