SCCER Future Energy Efficient Buildings & Districts






From 2014 until 2020, the Swiss Competence Center for Energy Research on Future Energy Efficient Buildings & Districts (SCCER FEEB&D) developed solutions for the Swiss building stock aiming at 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 addressed this challenge in a combined effort by leading Swiss and international partners from academia, industry and the public sector.

The SCCER FEEB&D ended at the end of 2020, making room for new ideas, teams and innovations. Read more…











News & Events

Handbuch zu Planung und Betrieb von erneuerbaren, dezentralen Energiesystemen

April 13, 2021 News

Es ist unbestritten, dass die Netto-Null-Ziele der Energiestrategie 2050 und die Netto-Null CO2-Emissionen eine massive Veränderung des bestehenden Schweizer Energiesystems…

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Paradigm shifts for the Swiss building sector to shape the future energy system

February 23, 2021 News

From 2014 until 2020, the Swiss Competence Center for Energy Research on Future Energy Efficient Buildings & Districts (SCCER FEEB&D)…

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Energie im Fokus

February 22, 2021 News

Das Energieforschungsprojekt des SCCER FEEB&D wurde Ende 2020 abgeschlossen. Matthias Sulzer, Leiter des SCCER, zieht in einem Interview mit dem…

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Innosuisse successfully concludes energy funding programme

December 23, 2020 Events

Developing and implementing solutions to relevant issues relating to the energy transition in Switzerland: this was the aim of the…

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Energieeffiziente Gebäude: Ist mehr Nutzen ohne Abstriche möglich?

December 21, 2020 News

Für das Gelingen der Energiewende spielt die Steigerung der Energieeffizienz und der erneuerbaren Energien eine zentrale Rolle. Gerade auch im…

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“The energy transition also represents an opportunity for the Swiss economy”

December 18, 2020 News

Developing and implementing solutions to relevant issues relating to the energy transition in Switzerland: this was the aim of the…

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