The SusTec team congratulates Dr. Jörn Hünteler on a successful doctoral examination and on his doctoral degree.
Tobias Schmidt to become Assistant Professor of Energy Politics
As of February, Tobias Schmidt will leave SusTec and lead the new Energy Politics Group at ETH’s Department for Humanities, Social and Political Sciences (D-GESS)
Annegret Stephan Wins Best Presentation Award
SusTec researcher Annegret Stephan won the Best Presentation Award in the field of social sciences at the “Third International Education Forum on Environment and Energy Science” in Perth, Australia.
SusTec's Tobias Schmidt blogs about UN climate talks in Lima
In an article for ETH’s Zukunftsblog Tobias writes about the atmosphere in the currently ongoing UN climate negotiations (COP20) in Lima, Peru.
Successful Completion of Research Project on Energy Efficiency in Buildings
SusTec has recently finalized a two-year research project on energy efficiency in buildings in collaboration with swiss electric research and several industry partners. In a final workshop with representatives from partnering institutions and beyond, the main conclusions were presented and implications of the findings for the energy sector were discussed.
What's it like to work at MTEC's Group for Sustainability and Technology?
The Department of Management and Economics at ETH aims to provide an excellent learning, teaching and research environment. Tillmann Lang, PhD student at MTEC's Group for Sustainability and Technology shares his thoughts on how it is to pursue a doctoral degree at the Department.
Renewables: To Store Or Not To Store?
SusTec’s Tobias Schmidt and Suzanne Greene blog on energy storage in ETH’s Zukunftsblog.
SusTec researcher wins 2nd prize of this year's SAEE Student Award
The Swiss Association for Energy Economics (SAEE) awards Jan Ossenbrink with the 2nd prize of the Student Chapter for his Master thesis. Jan had analyzed the development of dominant technological designs in the wind and solar PV industries.
Two SusTec members contribute to book release about Women shaping the Swiss Energy Future
SusTec Alumni Dr. Sabine Erlinghagen and PhD student Fanny Frei contributed to the book “Energie im Wandel – Frauen gestalten die Schweizer Energiezukunft” which will be published mid-november. In the book, twenty-nine female authors, all experts in the Swiss energy sector, shed light on challenges and solutions that come with the Swiss energy transition.
SusTec acts as lead organizer for COP side event
At this year’s UN Climate Talks in Lima/Peru, SusTec researcher Joern Huenteler and Tobias Schmidt will act as lead organizers of ETH’s side event co-hosted with The Gold Standard Foundation.