Switzerland is represented by the Institute for Energy Systems (IES) of NTB University of Applied Sciences, Buchs. The participation is financially supported by the Swiss Federal Office of Energy (SFOE).
Prof. Stefan Bertsch, Head of the Institute for Energy Systems, NTB; +41 81 755 34 69; email@example.com
Dr. Cordin Arpagaus, Senior Research Engineer, NTB;+41 81 755 34 94; firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof. Dr. Daniel Gstöhl, Professor of Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics; NTB; +41 (0)81 755 34 26; email@example.com
Executive Committee Delegate
Rita Kobler; Swiss Federal Office of Energy (SFOE); +41 31 323 30 14; firstname.lastname@example.org
Task 1 State of Art
Country report: Collecting and summarizing state-of-the-art data concerning: Energy policy, building standards, legislation, building statistics, overview of domestic hot water systems, domestic hot water consumption statistics, market trends as well as brands and professional associations.
Task 2 Systems
Provide information on commonly used, heat pump–based domestic hot water systems in Switzerland.
Task 3 Modelling
Support the task leader with modeling experience from past projects and provide field measurement data to validate the simulation tool.
Task 4 R&D
Provide an overview on the R&D projects of domestic hot water heat pumps in Switzerland.
Task 5 Example projects
Provide information on actual projects that receive high attention in Switzerland.
Task 6 Communication
Provide installation guidelines that are currently in use in Switzerland.