The Transnational Energy Materials Printing Research Initiative, TEMPRI, is a European network of partners using inkjet printing and related technologies for the deposition of energy materials and functional electroceramics. In addition to the core European members, there are international associate members from countries including India, China and the USA.

TEMPRI's activities are focused on systems, devices and novel materials for energy conversion, efficiency, storage and management. The subject area includes the development of new components such as electrodes, electrolytes, membranes and sensors for devices such as solar cells, supercapacitors, superconductors, batteries and fuel cells using inkjet printing. The research of TEMPRI members ranges from the fundamental physics, chemistry, materials science and engineering associated with functional electroceramic deposition and manufacture to large-scale applications of devices, processes and management protocols.

TEMPRI's work is coordinated with the Joint Programme on Advanced Materials and Processes for Energy Applications, AMPEA, of the European Energy Research Alliance (EERA) Strategic Energy Technology plan. Several TEMPRI members are also members of EERA.