on energy policy
Problem-solving approaches in the area of conflict between security of supply, sustainability and economic efficiency
Teresa Hug Alonso
on the future of Swiss energy supply
Today’s electricity system offers little incentive to conserve. A combination of price incentives, individual supply levels, and automated load control could help.
Climate protection law put to the test
Why a complete liberalization of the electricity market is necessary
The only thing securing Switzerland access to lithium and rare earths is openness.
Energy shortages threaten us in the coming winters as well
The EU has decided on a back door that will enable passenger cars to run on e-fuels after 2035. This is the right decision, because exponents who believe the case for technology openness is outmoded and that e-fuels are not fit for purpose are overlooking some important points.
into the work of Avenir Suisse on energy policy
on energy policy and the supply security of electricity in Switzerland
Reforming electricity policy could reduce the risk of shortages
Homemade Problems Are Jeopardizing the Supply of Electricity
Trusting market forces is the only way to go
How Switzerland can set an example and convince other countries to take similar measures
No need to fear the electorate
Technological openness will help Switzerland achieve its CO2 reduction goals
Full Throttle to Net Zero
Christian Bach (Empa), Patrick Dümmler, Peter Grünenfelder, Jürg Müller, Peter Richner (Empa), Urs Steiner, Marc Tribelhorn
Why Switzerland would be foolish to go it alone on climate change
13 possible developments and their consequences for Switzerland
Peter Grünenfelder and Jürg Müller (Editors)
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