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23.05.2017

"Viel Zeit bleibt nicht" St. Galler Tagblatt im Interview mit Dr. Christian Schaffner

Energiestrategie ⋅ Christian Schaffner von der ETH Zürich sieht nach dem Ja zum Energiegesetz eine Vielzahl von Chancen für die Schweiz. Sie könne wieder Vorreiterin werden. Er erwartet eine Debatte über weitere Massnahmen. Read more 

17.05.2017

Phasing out fossil fuel subsidies through policy combinations

Fossil fuel subsidies have major economic and environmental downsides. ETH Zurich’s Energy Politics Group (EPG) aims at identifying strategies that can overcome the political, economic and technological lock-in that make subsidy reform so difficult. Read more 

15.05.2017

Watch video "The Energy System of the Future: A System of Systems" by Dr. Christian Schaffner

Video is now available of the talk "The Energy System of the Future: A system of systems" Read more 

10.05.2017

3D GIS for planning electric power systems

Europe’s energy suppliers need to expand or renew their grid to provide decentralized energy supply and to fulfill future requirements concerning grid stability. But where should future power lines be located? The current project of ETH Zurich tackles this issue by developing a 3D Decision Support System (3D DSS). Read more 

08.05.2017

Invitation: 1st EUSALP Energy Congress 2017

The EUSALP Action Group 9 "Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energies" invites to the first EUSALP Energy Congress on June 9th, 2017 in Bolzano. The focus this year is "Energy Efficiency in SME - Chance for the Energy Model Region EUSALP" Read more 

03.05.2017

Simulating Complex Turbulent Combustion in Novel Gas Turbine Combustors

A research project focusing on sequential combustion technologies for gas turbine applications is conducted at the CAPS laboratory. These new systems will respond to the more and more pressing demand for increased fuel and operational flexibility. One of the main scientific challenges is to reliably simulate these turbulent reacting flows. Read more 

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