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The SCCER-SoE carries out innovative and sustainable research on the supply of electricity from hydropower and geo-energy in order to meet the challenges of the Energy Strategy 2050.

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Annual Conference and Science Report 2019

Annual Conference and Science Report 2019

The SCCER-SoE Annual Conference 2019 at EPFL in Lausanne was a great success. All talks are now ready for download and you can take a look at some pictures taken during the two days. The 117 posters are compiled in the Science Report 2019. September 2019

Updated Programme for the SCCER-SoE Annual Conference 2019: 3 & 4 September 2019

Updated Programme for the SCCER-SoE Annual Conference 2019: 3 & 4 September 2019

The programme for the SCCER-SoE Annual Conference 2019 was updated. It includes now the talks of sessions 4a and 4b and the rooms of the whole conference. You can find the programme here or on the website. July 2019

Events

9.-10.10.2019

7th European Geothermal Workshop in Karlsruhe, Germany, organized by the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology KIT.

5.11.2019

8th SCCER Heat and Electricity Storage Symposium at EMPA in Dübendorf, Switzerland, organized by SCCER-HaE.

22.-23.11.2019

17th Swiss Geoscience Meeting in Fribourg, Switzerland.

25.11.2019

International Workshop on Landslide-generated Impulse Waves in Reservoirs in Ittigen, Switzerland, organized by ETH Zurich and SFOE.

Blog

#16 Modelling the Future: Scenarios for a low-CO2 Swiss Energy System

August 2019 - by Rebecca Lordan-Perret, Adriana Marcucci, and Gianfranco Guidati

Nobody can predict exactly how the Swiss energy system will develop in the future, but we can use models and scenarios to suggest policies that will help us reach the goals of the Energy Strategy 2050. In the Joint Activity on Scenarios and Modeling (JASM), we unite a team of modellers to consider how developments in the Swiss economic, social, political, and technological landscapes will likely influence the energy system in the future. 

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