The Swiss Competence Center for Energy Research - Efficient Technologies and Systems for Mobility (SCCER Mobility) aims at developing the knowledge and technologies essential for the transition from the current fossil fuel based transportation system to a sustainable one, featuring minimal CO2 output, primary energy demand as well as virtually zero-pollutant emissions.

Research carried out within SCCER Mobility is organized into five different Capacity Areas, focusing on battery systems, fuel cells and increasing the efficiency of internal combustion engines, minimization of vehicular energy demand, energy infrastructure for future mobility as well as the assessment of entire mobility systems.

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ETH returns to new normal operations. Since 24 April, the phasing out of emergency operations has been in force and on 11 May the first relaxations were decided. For the stage from June 8 to August 2, the ETH Executive Board has now approved further easing of restrictions. The SCCER Mobility Management Office staff is still partially working from home.

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EU Hydrogen Strategy

October 27, 2020 12:06 PM

Hydrogen is an important alternative for sectors that are stuck in the fossil fuel economy. As national governments and European parliamentarians negotiate the EU’s hydrogen strategy, EASAC ...

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SCCER interview with Mireia Roca Riu

August 19, 2020 10:00 AM

Mireia Roca Riu joined the team of the Learning Lab - Future Transport Systems at SCCER Mobility in November 2019. ...

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Transferring research on novel composite materials into practice

July 22, 2020 12:03 PM

SCCER Mobility Capacity Area A3 and Composites United Switzerland are organizing a joint workshop to present the outcome of the research performed within SCCER Mobility in the last eight years to ...

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