Centre for the Analysis and Dissemination of Demonstrated Energy Technologies (CADDET)
Source: International Energy Agency
Date: 4/1/96    Record No.: 10311
Contact: Oak Ridge: Marilyn Brown, 423-576-8152; Julia Kelley, 423-574-6966; NREL: David Warner, 303-275-4373

Centre for the Analysis and Dissemination of Demonstrated Energy Techn...
CADDET (Centre for the Analysis and Dissemination of Demonstrated Energy Technologies) is an International Energy Agency (IEA) program focusing on promising new technologies that have been demonstrated in real-life conditions and where monitored technical and financial results are available. The U.S. is one of 15 countries participating. Now there are two distinct parts of CADDET: Energy Efficiency and Renewables.

The Energy Efficiency part of the U.S. program is operated by Oak Ridge.
Contact: Marilyn Brown at 423-576-8152; brownma@ornl.gov
or Julia Kelley at 423-574-6966; j4u@ornl.gov
U.S. web site: www.ornl.gov/CADDET/caddet.html
Main site: www.caddet-ee.org

The Renewables part is operated in the U.S. by NREL.
Contact: David Warner at 303-275-4373; david_warner@nrel.gov
U.S. web site: www.nrel.gov/caddet
Main site: www.caddett.co.uk/re/

They can provide brochures and free newsletter subscriptions.

There are two computerized databases called the CADDET Register, providing information on over 2,000 demonstrated energy technology projects. Newsletters are published quarterly, covering a specific technology and featuring international articles, news items and meetings notices. (Upcoming issues will cover advanced lighting and industrial controls. Recent topics include motors, heat pumps, and district heating/cooling.) There are more than 200 brochures on selected technologies, many of which describe U.S. technologies. A number of Analysis Reports provide in-depth assessments.

Keywords: efficiency