Hybrid and Electric Vehicles Technology Collaboration Programme
The HEV TCP is an international group formed to produce and disseminate balanced, objective information about advanced electric, hybrid, and fuel cell vehicles.
The aim of the Hybrid and Electric Vehicle TCP is to enable member parties to discuss their respective needs, share key information, and learn from an ever-growing pool of experience on the development and deployment of hybrid and electric vehicles. The HEV TCP Executive Committee Representative for Ireland is Mr. Graham Brennan (SEAI).
For further information, please visit the IEA HEV TCP webpage.
Electric Vehicles - Programme Manager
Graham Brennan is a graduate of University College Galway in Ireland and Cranfield University in England. He worked initially in the offshore oil and gas sector in Aberdeen and later worked for Rolls-Royce Aero Engines in Derby, UK. From there he joined the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland in 2002 to manage the Renewable Energy Research Development and Demonstration programme.
Graham has been responsible for preparing Ireland’s Ocean Energy Strategy and promoting the development of renewable energy products and markets for a wide range of technologies. He is currently responsible for managing the Electric Vehicle programme in SEAI.
Task 1 — Information Exchange
The aim of this Task is to serve as a platform for information exchange among member countries. The objectives are to collect, analyse, and disseminate information relating to hybrid, electric, and fuel cell vehicles from both member and non-member countries.
The Representative for Task 1 is Mr. Graham Brennan (SEAI).
For further information about the Task, please visit the Task 1 IEA HEV TCP webpage.
Participate in the Hybrid and EV TCP
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