Technology and Economic Assessment Panel (TEAP)

In 2023, the CCAC established its Technology and Economic Assessment Panel (CCAC-TEAP) to develop and share knowledge with countries about promising, innovative and underfinanced short-lived climate pollutant (SLCP) mitigation measures which can improve both climate and air quality outcomes. The CCAC-TEAP is Co-led by Ireland and Senegal. 

What TEAP Does


The CCAC-TEAP will identify and assess proven and scalable practices and technologies that can be commercialised in the short- to mid-term (1 to 3 years) and the mid- to longer term (4 to 5 years) to achieve SLCP mitigation targets. 

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The CCAC-TEAP will support CCAC country partners in building the business case for a range of mitigation measures to attract the investment required to scale up implementation.

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The CCAC-TEAP will also help guide international financial institutions in funding mitigation solutions, support countries in deciding which technical solutions to implement, and scale up implementation by connecting investment with national political priorities.

Areas of Work

The CCAC-TEAP intends to broaden this work by examining other promising solutions, and developing more in-depth assessments as appropriate, outlining the business case with a detailed cost assessment by archetype to determine where and how these solutions could be made most effective. 

The CCAC TEAP will work across all major SLCP emitting sectors. Click on a sector to download a brief of our work (where it has commenced):

  • Waste
  • Agriculture
  • Cooling
  • Fossil Fuels 
  • Household Energy
  •  Heavy Duty Vehicles and Engines

    Interested CCAC partners are encouraged to engage with the CCAC-TEAP to share knowledge of existing successful examples of these technologies to help support increased finance and scale up.