The HEV TCP member countries collaborate on shared projects (Tasks) to better understand and address EV deployment challenges and provide guidance to policy makers.
The actual work on hybrid and electric vehicles is done through a variety of different Tasks that are focused on specific topics.
The HEV TCP publish an annual report in the Spring each year, summarising country developments and Task updates.
The HEV TCP ExCo meets twice a year to discuss and plan the working programme.
The HEV TCP was formed in 1993 to produce and disseminate information about advanced electric, hybrid, and fuel cell vehicles
For more information and opportunities to get involved or become a member, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org