Are you developing an innovative project, designed to meet the needs of a developing or transition country? REPIC is partially financing new, sustainable and effective small-scale projects from Swiss organisations with high replication potential. Next deadline: 22 March 2020. Further information here.
The Energy – Economy – Society (EES) research programme promotes application-oriented research in the field of energy policy. To this end the EES focuses on economic, social, psychological and political issues throughout the energy sector supply chain. EES elaborates calls to fund innovative socio-economic research projects that address relevant energy-policy questions for Switzerland. In line with the Federal Energy Research Masterplan for the period from 2017 to 2020 and with the „Energy research concept of the Swiss Federal Office of Energy„, EES defines research priorities through its calls. For this call, the Directive on the submission and evaluation of applications for financial support of energy research, pilot and demonstration projects applies.
The research in the field of electricity production, conversion, storage and application is covered by a number of specific research programmes. The challenge regarding the electricity grid is finding a way to combine individual technologies into an efficient overall system, which is interoperable, safe and reliable. Technological issues in electricity grids and systems are the focus of the SFOE grids research programme; interfaces to other energy carriers are also considered.
REPIC (Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Promotion
in International Cooperation) is an interdepartmental
platform for the promotion of renewable energy and energy
efficiency in international cooperation. It is a joint initiative
of three federal offices: Weiterlesen