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

Joint Activity “Coherent Energy Demonstrator Assessment” started with Kick-off Meeting

March 28, 2017 Events, Events, Events

The Joint Activity “Coherent Energy Demonstrator Assessment”(JA CEDA) started with a kick-off meeting on 7 February 2017 at Empa in…

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

March 27, 2017

This year’s Annual Conference Energy Technology and Process Engineering in Building and Industrial Sectors will be jointly organised by the…

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Measuring the impact of a city’s buildings on the weather

March 17, 2017 Uncategorized

A new model developed at EPFL can help engineers and meteorologists quickly calculate the effect that city buildings have on…

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Hand-over in the leadership of the SCCER FEEB&D

March 2, 2017

By the end of February 2017, Peter Richner handed-over the lead of the SCCER FEEB&D to Matthias Sulzer.Peter Richner was…

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Start into phase II of the SCCER FEEB&D at the Peak Session 2017

February 13, 2017

Phase II (2017-2020) of the SCCER FEEB&D started with a 2-day kick-off meeting at the SBB Centre Loewenberg in Murten…

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WarmUp Project: Pilot test for optimal utilization of the flexibility of thermal storage

January 4, 2017 News, News

Hot water tanks and the thermal inertia of buildings offer a great potential in flexibility. This type of energy storages…

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