Swiss US Energy Innovation Days - Interview

What does "Crowd Energy" means? During the Swiss US Energy Innovations Days (SUEID) in Fribourg, the local radio Radio Fribourg interviewed Kirstin Stadelmann about the main topic of the iimt research field. Discover everything you need to know about Crowd Energy here: https://www.iimt.ch/chair-research-en/we-research
Do you want to listen the interview again? Find the full Podcast right here: http://podcasts.radiofr.ch/4233896bf7691cee458ea9a7557f499e.mp3

Crowd-Energy Overall Final

The iimt's Annual Report 2017 is now available online

AnnualReport2017BildIn our Annual Report you can find an overview of all our activities in the elapsed year.

News and highlights from our Executive Programmes, research activities, lectures and publications, more detailed information about the ideas@iimt programme, some facts and figures and a lot more.

Enjoy reading the iimt Annual Report 2017!

iimt awarded with two Best Paper Certificates at the ICSGCE Conference!

From the 29th of May until the 1st of June 2018, the International Conference on Smart Grid and Clean Energy Technologies (ICSGCE 2018) took place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia at the Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR).

Prof. Dr. Stephanie Teufel, Director of the iimt, presented the paper “Cybersecurity Guideline for the Utility Business - A Swiss Approach (S. Teufel, R. Burri, B. Teufel)” and Yves Hertig, Research Assistant at the iimt, presented his paper “The ‘Energy Community Management’ Framework for Energy Service Providers (Y. Hertig, S. Teufel).

Both papers were awarded with the Best Paper Certificates of ICSGCE 2018!

The iimt congratulates the winners for their excellent achievement.

More information available on: http://www.icsgce.com/

 

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(from left to right: Yves Hertig, Prof. Dr. Jason Z. Kang, Prof. Dr. Stephanie Teufel)

iimt at the 9th International Sustainability Transitions Conference

The iimt was represented at the 9th International Sustainability Transitions Conference (IST9) by Dr. Anton Sentic, who submitted and presented a paper titled “The story of a "Cinderella" technology: barriers to and lessons learned from the history and present state of CHP in the UK” and also co-organised and moderated two conference sessions: the traditional “Newcomer session” at the beginning of the event, and a plenary session titled “Beyond the Nest: Career paths for transition professionals”.


The 2018 edition of the IST conference took part from June 11th to June 14th at the University of Manchester, in Manchester, UK. As one of the premier research conferences in the field of Transitions Studies and the official conference of the Sustainable Transitions Research Network, the conference drew a broad, international audience, with almost 90 paper, dialogue and plenary sessions and multiple other activities, including keynotes by Dr. Hans Bruyninckx, Executive Director of the European Environment Agency and other policymakers and scholars.