Complementarities are essential for the ongoing energy transition. Examples include ...
SusTec's Annegret Stephan writes for ETH Zukunftsblog
Annegret Stephan (PhD student, SusTec) and Prof. Tobias Schmidt (Energy Politics Group, ETH Zurich) describe in a recent ETH Zukunftsblog article how policy makers could enable new business models for stationary batteries.
Energy Transition 2.0
The energy transition enters a new phase. In addition to the expansion of new renewables, the survival of incumbent actors and technologies becomes more of an issue now. In ETH's Zukunftsblog, Jochen Markard discusses ...
9th Annual ETH Academy on Sustainability and Technology: Exchange of ideas on Innovation for Sustainability.
An interdisciplinary group of researchers from twelve different countries spent five exciting days in the Swiss Alps for SusTec's annual scientific seminar on Sustainability and Technology.
Article on investment attractiveness of batteries combining applications published
Researchers from SusTec and the Energy Politics Group (EPG) have analyzed how combining different applications affects the investment attractiveness of stationary batteries.
MIT’s Jessika Trancik to talk about the future of renewable energy markets at ETH
Jessika Trancik, Assistant Professor of Energy Studies at MIT will be visiting SusTec in June and we have the pleasure of inviting you to a talk co-hosted by SusTec and the Energy Science Center on the future of renewable energy markets.
Strong finish of SusTec team at SOLA 2016
With a total time of 9h 43min, the SusTec team successfully covered the running course of 116km finishing 225th
Erik Jentges is the new Educational Developer at D-MTEC!
Erik joined SusTec in March 2015 to help redesign the Corporate Sustainability Lecture. In the fall term, about 160 students learned about sustainability issues and their feedback indicated that the changes were a real improvement.
Dr. Johannes Meuer won Best Paper Award
A study by Dr. Johannes Meuer and his co-authors has just won the Best Paper Award of the Academy of Management Meeting 2016.
SusTec's David Grosspietsch qualifies for 2016 Ironman World Championship in Hawaii
In an incredible race of 9 hours, 34 minutes, and 37 seconds at Ironman African Championship in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, David managed to cross the finish line as 7th in his age group.