CADDET Renewable Energy is an International Energy Agency agreement for the exchange of
information on commercial renewable energy projects and has been operating
since 1993. CADDET stands for Centre for the Analysis and Dissemination of
Demonstrated Energy Technologies.
CADDET Renewable Energy gathers information on full-scale commercial
projects which are operating in its member countries, currently Australia, Denmark, France, Japan,
The Republic of Korea, The Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom, United
the European Commission. The CADDET programme covers the full range of
commercial renewable energy technologies.
Information from CADDET Renewable Energy is made available through four
main products :
- The Renewable Energy Register : database of demonstrated
renewable energy projects. Each entry includes a technical description of the
project, economic, environmental and performance data, publication references
and contacts for further information.
- The Renewable Energy Newsletter : quarterly newsletter containing
the latest information on renewable energy technologies around the world,
highlighting news items, national renewable energy policies, individual
projects and the latest developments. The contents are provided by the CADDET RE
members and include details of current CADDET products.
- Technical Brochures : case studies of projects
selected from the CADDET Renewable Energy Register. These brochures expand on
the data available in the Register and include photographs and diagrams of the
installations and contact details for further information.
- Reviews : these
studies, performed by experts from CADDET RE members and other IEA agreements,
provide detailed reviews across a range of topical renewable energy subjects.
These products are available on CADDET RE's web site : http://www.caddet-re.org.