Federal Energy Research Commission CORE

The Federal Energy Research Commission (CORE) is an advisory body of the Federal Council and the Federal Department of the Environment, Transport, Energy and Communications (DETEC).

CORE is responsible for drawing up the federal government's energy research concept, examining and supporting Switzerland's energy research programmes, commenting on other federal energy-related sector research and securing the provision of appropriate information regarding the findings and developments of energy research. Its activities are based on the priorities specified within the framework of the vision of a 2,000-watt society.

The Commission comprises 15 members who represent the industry sector, the energy sector, the two Federal Institutes of Technology, universities and colleges of technology, the cantons, the Swiss National Science Foundation and other bodies involved in energy research.

Swiss energy research conferences

The conferences bring together decision-makers from business, research, politics and administration. Their purpose is to present the federal energy research concept, which is revised every four years, to a broad audience, to look back at the past research period and the results achieved, and to discuss the challenges ahead. The conferences are also intended to cultivate and promote a culture of collaboration in energy research.

Documents

11th Energy Research Conference

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Energy Research Masterplan 2021-2024

List of members CORE

Annual report CORE

Energy Research Conference

Further documents

Specialist staff
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