Swiss TIMES Energy system Model (STEM) for transition scenario analysis
The Swiss TIMES Energy system Model (STEM) allows analyzing interactions between the energy and transport sector in Switzerland long term. The model evaluates car fleet scenarios with different shares of drivetrain technologies (internal combustion engine, hybrid, battery electric and fuel cells) with respect to their greenhouse gas emissions.
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Mobility and the energiewende: an environmental and economic life cycle assessment of the Swiss transport sector including developments until 2050
This dissertation is embedded in the Swiss Competence Center for Energy Research (SCCER) Mobility project, which aims to develop and assess technologies that will help to reduce the energy consumption and environmental impacts of transportation technologies (SCCER Mobility 2014). In particular, Brian Cox will contribute to work packages B2.1 “Drivetrain Technology and Fleet Scenario Analysis” and B2.2 “Transportation Impact Analysis”. Research Plan
Environmental and economic assessment of current and future freight transport systems by road and rail in Switzerland: Ligen Y., Technology Assessment Group, Laboratory for Energy System Analysis Paul Scherrer Institute, Supervisors: Bauer C., Cox B., 2015 PDF
Life cycle assessment of current and future passenger air transport in Switzerland: Jemiolo W., Technology Assessment Group, Laboratory for Energy System Analysis, Paul Scherrer Institute, Supervisor: Cox B., Tutor: Solvoll G., 2015 PDF