Description du projet :
The Swiss Competence Center on Supply of Electricity (SCCER-SoE) has been established in November 2013 to develop fundamental research and innovative solutions in the domains of GeoEnergies (Deep Geothermal Energy and CO2 sequestration) and HydroPower.
In its first two years of implementation, SCCER-SoE has built a true national competence center, with research and cooperation partners from the ETH schools and research centers, six Universities, three UAS, key industry partners, federal offices and services. The SCCER-SoE focus has been on sustainable competence expansion, by establishing new professorships and research positions, on international cooperation, on building new technology platforms, laboratories and testing facilities, on working with industry to design 10-year roadmaps for Deep-Geothermal Energy, Carbon Capture and Sequestration and Hydro-power, aiming at delivering substantial progress towards meeting the challenges of the Energy Strategy 2050.
In Phase II, 2017-2020, the SCCER-SoE will continue with the implementation of the innovation roadmaps, the development of integrative solutions, testing and installation of innovative technologies, technology assessment and scenario modelling. It will expand the focus on pilot and demonstration projects, conducted with industry partners, to validate the technologies and proposed solutions; seven pilot and demonstration projects will be pursued in Phase II, covering the whole portfolio of technologies and energy sources of SCCER-SoE.
Forschungsteam innerhalb von HES-SO:
Steiner Amandus, Walpen Olivier, Vaccari Aldo, Münch-Alligné Cécile, Gallay Steve, Gaspoz Anthony Roger Francis, Biner Daniel, Hasmatuchi Vlad Constantin, Decaix Jean, Cachelin Christian Pierre, Berthouzoz David, Chiarelli Maxime, Schmid Jérémy, Pettinaroli Damien, Rapillard Laurent, Grand Pascal, Pedroni François, Luginbühl Flavio, Pacot Olivier, Clivaz Cédric, Mabillard Eric, Pignat Marc
Durée du projet:
16.03.2017 - 17.12.2020
Montant global du projet: 552'000 CHF