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Task 3.2: Sectoral Effects of Energy Policy and Energy Market Regulation

This task analyzes the interactions within a specific sector (e.g., electricity, buildings, transport) and uses this knowledge to develop recommendations for new concepts for market regulation and energy policy. In particular, we work on:

• Policies and market designs that support the development and integration of
   renewable energy and can replace Switzerland’s current feed-in tariff scheme after
• Policies and market designs for promoting energy efficiency in the residential
   sector (buildings, appliances, mobility) and the business sector (processes,
   buildings, transport), e.g., white certificate schemes or demand side
   management programs
• Analysis of interdependencies of different policies/ market regulations
   that address the same sector.

Competence Center for Research in Energy, Society and Transition
In case of questions, please contact the Management Office
In case of questions, please contact the Management Office.
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