SusTec offers a Semester Thesis on Future Utility Business Models.
Dr. Sabine Erlinghagen writes for ETH's Zukunftsblog
Sabine Erlinghagen, SusTec Alumna, describes the concept and business opportunities of Demand Response and its benefits to the Swiss and European electricity system.
Article on battery storage published
Researchers from SusTec and the Energy Politics Group (EPG) have identified and analyzed the most prevalent use cases for stationary battery technologies on mainland and island electricity systems.
Congratulations Dr. Julian Kölbel
We congratulate Julian Kölbel for successfully defending his doctoral dissertation titled: “Sustainability and Risk: The Role of Stakeholders” on January 20th, 2016.
SusTec team members escape the prison and face icy waters
Quiet Christmas time at SusTec is not all that quiet. SusTec members organized two brilliant team events challenging the teams’ skills and courage. Of course both challenges were successfully managed.
Successful first edition of the Energy Startup Day
On November 4th 2015, ETH’s Group for Sustainability and Technology together with ZHAW Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship and Impact Hub Zürich hosted the first Energy Startup Day at the Umweltarena Spreitenbach.
Article on Challenges for Wind Farms in Switzerland published
Fanny Frei, PhD candidate at SusTec, discusses the challenges that exist in relation to planning wind farms in Switzerland in her article recently published in “Aktuelle Technik”.
Legitimacy is key for new technologies
A recent study on biogas in Germany shows that technologies might be confronted with legitimacy problems even in later stages of development, after they have matured and expanded successfully.
3rd International QCA Expert Workshop 2015
From 2 to 3 December 2015 the 3rd International QCA Expert Workshop is going to take place at ETH Zurich.
New Research Policy Paper on Knowledge Spillovers
Four researchers from SusTec and the Energy Politics Group (EPG) have examined determinants of knowledge spillovers within and across technologies.