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Technology and Economic Assessment Panel (TEAP)


In 1990 the Technology and Economic Assessment Panel was established as the technology and economics advisory body to the Montreal Protocol Parties. The Technology and Economic Assessment Panel (TEAP) provides, at the request of Parties, technical information related to the alternative technologies that have been investigated and employed to make it possible to virtually eliminate use of Ozone Depleting Substances (such as CFCs and halons), that harm the ozone layer.

TEAP reports
Technical Note #2 – Revision 1: Halon Emission Reduction Strategies - 2007
  
2006 Assessment Report
  
Corrigendum to the TEAP Progress Report - May 2006
  
CTOC Assessment Report 2006
  
Handbook on Critical Use Nominations for Methyl Bromide (Version 5)
  
HTOC Assessment Report 2006
  
MBTOC Assessment Report 2006
  
MTOC Assessment Report 2006
  
MTOC Assessment Report 2006 - Erratum
  
Report of the Ozone Secretariat Workshop on the IPCC/TEAP Special Report - Sept 2006
  
RTOC Assessment Report 2006
  
TEAP Assessment Report 2006
  
TEAP Final Report - September 2006: Evaluations Of 2006 Critical Use Nominations For Methyl Bromide And Related Matters
  
TEAP Progress Report - May 2006
  
TEAP Special Report: Validating the Yield Performance of Alternatives to Methyl Bromide for Pre-plant Fumigation - May 2006
  
TEAP: Task Force on emissions discrepancies report (October 2006)
  
Critical Use Nominations - Section III of Annex to Decision XVI/2 and Former ’Unable to Assess’
  
Critical Use Nominations - Section III of Annex to Decision XVI/2 and Former ’Unable to Assess’ - Corringedum
  
Addendum to the October 2005 Supplement Report
  
Evaluations of 2005 Critical Use Nominations for Methyl Bromide and Related Matters