SCCER Future Energy Efficient Buildings & Districts

The vision of the Swiss Competence Center for Energy Research on Future Energy Efficient Buildings & Districts (SCCER FEEB&D) is to develop solutions for the Swiss building stock which will lead to a reduction of the environmental footprint of the sector by a factor of three by 2035 thanks to efficient, intelligent and interlinked buildings.

The SCCER FEEB&D is addressing this challenge in a combined effort by leading Swiss and international partners from academia, industry and the public sector.

News & Events

Wasserkraft-Projekt – SRF-Beitrag aus ECO

November 21, 2017

Strom für Patrioten Eine Genossenschaft simuliert den freien Strommarkt für Kleinkunden, obwohl es diesen noch gar nicht gibt. SRF-Beitrag aus…

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Interview mit Matthias Sulzer, Leiter SCCER FEEB&D

November 21, 2017

Die Energiewende sieht vor, dass mehr erneuerbare Energien genutzt werden sollen. Wo können Gebäude, Quartiere, Regionen oder auch Unternehmen ansetzen?…

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Joint Annual Conference 2017 of SCCER EIP and SCCER FEEB&D

October 19, 2017 Events

This year’s Annual Conference themed “Energy Technology and Process Engineering in Building and Industrial Sectors” on Thursday, 30 November 2017 is…

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e-can suisse lanciert innovatives Geschäftsmodell für die Wasserkraft mittels Crowdfunding

October 17, 2017

Die Genossenschaft e-can suisse wurde gegründet, um ein Modell zu entwickeln, das es den Produzenten von Wasserkraftstrom erlaubt, diesen nicht…

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support programmes for innovative projects in the energy field

Opportunities for Innovation Support in the Energy Field

August 8, 2017

for Swiss enterprises and research institutes.Various organisations offer financial support, services and consulting for innovation projects in the energy field….

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heat islands in the city - modelled air temperatures two metres above ground

“Heat Islands” in the City

July 28, 2017 News, News, News, News, News

Cities heat up even more than the surrounding regions, an effect known as urban heat islands. To better understand the…

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