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Completed Project: Energy reduction potentials of elderly people’s householdsCompleted Project: Energy reduction potentials of elderly people’s householdshttp://www.nfp70.ch/en/News/Pages/190207-news-nfp70-completed-project-energy-reduction-potentials-of-elderly-people-households.aspxBy optimising their living situation, older people can contribute up to 4% to the annual energy saving objective of Energy Strategy 2050 for the heating of living spaces. 2/6/2019 11:00:00 PMCompleted Project: Energy reduction potentials of elderly people’s households
Guidelines for energy-saving behaviour in six fields of actionGuidelines for energy-saving behaviour in six fields of actionhttp://www.nfp70.ch/en/News/Pages/190207-news-nfp70-guidelines-for-energy-saving-behaviour.aspxSix guidelines of the NRP 71 project “Sustainable lifestyles and energy consumption” support the authorities in promoting energy-saving behaviour in various fields of action.2/6/2019 11:00:00 PMGuidelines for energy-saving behaviour
Technology meeting with representatives from the energy, construction and photovoltaics sectors in French-speaking SwitzerlandTechnology meeting with representatives from the energy, construction and photovoltaics sectors in French-speaking Switzerlandhttp://www.nfp70.ch/en/News/Pages/190207-news-nfp70-next-generation-photovoltaics-and-building-integrated-pv.aspxAt a technology meeting, research teams presented the results of two NRP 70 projects to representatives from the construction, energy and photovoltaics sectors.2/6/2019 11:00:00 PMNext generation photovoltaics and building-integrated PV

The National Research Programme "Energy Turnaround" (NRP 70) focuses on the scientific and technological aspects of the change in energy strategy and the corresponding changeover to a new energy system for Switzerland. NRP 70 cooperates closely with the National Research Programme "Managing Energy Consumption" (NRP 71). The research work will continue until the end of 2018.

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