Commission Decision of 29 September 2005 - on Amendments to the International Energy Agency Implementing Agreement for further Research and Development (link)

October 12, 2005

Brussels, 11 Oct 2005

Full text of Document 12940/05
Suite of documents 12940/05

Subject: Commission Decision of 29 September 2005
­ on the amendment and extension of the International Energy Agency Implementing Agreement for Co-operation in Development of the Stellarator Concept,
­ on the amendment and extension of the International Energy Agency Implementing Agreement on a Co-operative Programme for the investigation of Toroidal Physics in, and Plasma Technologies of, Tokamaks with Poloidal Field Divertors, and
­ the amendment of the International Energy Agency Implementing Agreement for a Programme of Research and Development on Reversed Field Pinches

Delegations will find attached Commission document C(2005) 3630.

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