Customers and Partners

The main customers of the Institute in the European Commission are:

  • DG Energy (ENER) and DG Mobility and Transport (MOVE): SET Plan implementation, renewable energies, enduse and transport energy efficiency, cogeneration, security of energy supply, fossil energy technologies, energy infrastructures, hydrogen and fuel cells, energy modelling, safety of nuclear power plants (also in the frame of WPNS and WENRA), nuclear energy in the energy mix and waste management.
  • DG Environment (ENV) and DG Climate Action (CLIM): Emissions reduction and climate change mitigation from energy generation, conversion and use; CO2 storage; waste-to-energy; bio-energy for power and heat applications, renewable energies, environmental performance verification.
  • DG Research (RTD): Technology Platforms and JTIs (in particular Fuel Cells and Hydrogen), Strategic Energy Technology Plan, IPHE, CSLF, framing of nuclear safety research policy, Generation IV International Forum.
  • DG Enterprise and Industry (ENTR): Sustainable transport (Support to International Standardisation and regulation in the Hydrogen and Fuel Cells, Hybrids, UNECE GRPE (Working Party on Pollution and Energy), UNECE GRSP (Passive Safety).
  • DG Agriculture (AGRI): Energy from biomass, Biogas.
  • DG Home Affairs (HOME): Energy security.
  • European External Action Service (EEAS): International dimension to energy security, NESCO (Network of Energy Security Correspondents).
  • DG Enlargement (ELARG), DG Development and Cooperation -  EuropeAid (DEVCO) and European External Action Service (EEAS): Reviewing, implementing and evaluating assistance programmes (TACIS, PHARE, INSC, IPA) for nuclear operations in the Commonwealth of Independent States, former PHARE countries, candidate countries, as well as worldwide in the frame of the Instrument for Nuclear Safety Cooperation (INSC).

EU Member States benefit from many activities of the institute. Direct involvement with international organisations such as the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), WENRA, the OECD/NEA and the International Energy Agency (IEA) is well established.