Living Labs Interfaces for the Energy Transition
SWEET Lantern is a research project sponsored by the Swiss Federal Office of Energy’s “SWEET” programme (Call 1-2021) and hosted by the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland (HES-SO Valais-Wallis)
01 | What does that mean ?
SWEET is a funding programme of the Swiss Federal Office of Energy (SFOE). SWEET’s purpose is to accelerate innovations that are key to implementing Switzerland’s Energy Strategy 2050 and achieving the country’s climate goals.
02 | objectives of the research project
new ways of living and working in a participative way for a low-emission, user-empowered, resource-efficient Switzerland, through applied research at the interface of markets, technology, policies and society.
Co-design research and solutions together with key stakeholders (energy providers, consumers, private companies, public authorities, NGOs, etc.).
Change actors’ practices, markets and institutions, as well as technical environments.
Boost the energy transition by fostering renewable energy, energy efficiency and sufficiency.
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03 | News overview
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- Energy Research
- Living Labs
- SWEET Lantern
- Affordable & Efficient Housing
- Energy Communities
- Energy in the workplace
- Low-Carbon Leisure & Tourism
- Smart Energy Users
- Sustainable Mobility
- Lucern Living Labs
- Lugano Living Lab
- Sion Living Labs
- Geneva Living Lab
- Winterthur Living Lab
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A snap of Social Sciences & Humanities (SSH) in the energy! The SSH Consortium has held its 3rd workshop on June 2,…
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