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Transforming the energy system is possible – if we set our minds to itTransforming the energy system is possible – if we set our minds to ithttp://www.nrp71.ch/en/News/Pages/200114-news-nfp71-transforming-the-energy-system-is-possible.aspxThe NRP 70 and 71 have now ended and published a joint résumé titled “National Research Programme Energy”.1/14/2020 10:00:00 AMTransforming the energy system is possible – if we set our minds to it
Joint synthesis "Sustainable Concrete Structures"Joint synthesis "Sustainable Concrete Structures"http://www.nrp71.ch/en/News/Pages/200112-news-nfp71-sustainable-concrete-structures.aspxThe research work shows that the CO2 emissions caused by concrete and concrete structures can be reduced by a factor of 4, while the bound grey energy can be decreased significantly.2/17/2020 11:00:00 PMSustainable Concrete Structures
Synthesis of the NRP 70 joint project "Electricity Storage via Adiabatic Air Compression"Synthesis of the NRP 70 joint project "Electricity Storage via Adiabatic Air Compression"http://www.nrp71.ch/en/News/Pages/200205-news-nfp71-electricity-storage-via-adiabatic-air-compression.aspxCompressed air energy storage (CAES) covers an output and capacity range similar to that of pumped-storage systems, but offer a number of advantages.2/4/2020 11:00:00 PMElectricity Storage via Adiabatic Air Compression

The National Research Programme "Managing Energy Consumption" (NRP 71) studies the social, economic and regulatory aspects of the change in energy strategy, thereby examining how private and public actors could be prompted to use energy efficiently. In so doing, NRP 71 develops practice-oriented scientific principles for discussion concerning the implementation of the change in energy strategy. It cooperates closely with the National Research Programme "Energy Turnaround" (NRP 70). The research work will continue until the end of 2018.

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