SCCER CREST

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SCCER CREST is one of eight Swiss Centers of Competence in Energy Research that have been established by the Commission of Technology and Innovation (CTI) in 2014. The aim of SCCER CREST is to contribute to the energy transition in Switzerland by providing detailed, evidence-based recommendations on policies that help to reduce energy demand, foster innovation, and increase the share of renewables in a cost-efficient way. Within the different SCCERs, CREST covers the action area "economy, environment, law, and behavior" with three lines of research that develop innovative concepts for energy policy, provide an in-depth analysis of drivers and barriers to energy efficiency, produce detailed strategies that help firms and regions in adjusting to the new energy system, and develop novel assessment tools for policies and technological solutions.
SCCER CREST comprises research groups from the Universities of Basel, Geneva, Lucerne, Neuchâtel, and St. Gallen, as well as Swiss Federal Institutes of Technology (ETH) Zurich and Lausanne, and University of Applied Sciences Winterthur (ZHAW).
The Center for Energy Innovation, Governance and Investment (EGI-HSG) represents the St.Gallen research center of SCCER CREST, consisting of 5 research insitutes: Prof. Wüstenhagen (IWÖ-HSG), Prof. Davis (IPW-HSG), Prof. Frauendorfer (ior/sf-HSG), Prof. Gassmann (ITEM-HSG), and Prof. Hettich (IFF-HSG)

Additional Informationsunspecified
Commencement Date1 January 2013
Contributors Wüstenhagen, Prof. Dr. Rolf (Project Manager); Davis, Prof. Ph.D James W. (Project Manager); Frauendorfer, Prof. Dr. Karl (Project Manager); Gassmann, Prof. Dr. Oliver (Project Manager); Hettich, Prof. Dr. Peter (Project Manager); Frankenberger, Prof. Dr. Karolin (Project Worker); Gratwοhl, Prof. Dr. Μichael (Project Worker); Hille, Prof. Dr. Stefanie Lena (Project Worker); Palmié, Prof. Dr. Maximilian (Project Worker); Richert, Prof. Dr. Joern (Project Worker); Walther, Prof. Dr. Simone (Project Worker); Ebers, Ph.D Anna (Project Worker); Dharshing, Samdruk Dolma (Project Worker); Haefner, Naomi (Project Worker); Hofmann, Benjamin (Project Worker); Kahlert, Jonas (Project Worker); Kubli, Merla (Project Worker) & Thaler, Dr. Philipp (Project Worker)
Datestamp 14 Mar 2016 16:14
Institute/School ?? SoM LA / UA ??
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IWOE - Institute for Economy and the Environment
?? Inst IPW ??
FIR - Research Institute for Information Law
EMBA - Executive MBA
IFF - Institute of Public Finance, Fiscal Law and Law and Economics
?? SoM Pr Inst ??
ES - Executive School of Management, Technology and Law
University of St.Gallen
?? Inst IPW JD ??
?? SEPS LA / UA ??
ITEM - Institute of Technology Management with Transfer Center for Technology Management (TECTEM)
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ior/cf - Institute for Operations Research and Computational Finance
LS - Law School
IPW - Institute for Political Science
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?? Inst ITEM OG ??
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IfB - Institute of Management
?? LS KF ??
?? Ref ES ??
SEPS - School of Economics and Political Science
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Completion Date 31 December 2020
Publications Walther, Simone : Kooperative Steuerungsinstrumente im schweizerischen Stromversorgungsrecht. 1. Auflage 2014. Zürich : Dike, 2014, - ISBN 978-3-03751-341-5.
Hettich, Peter: Energy Supply : Discussant. Risk, Responsibility and Liability in the Protection of Critical Infrastructures. University St.Gallen, 22 May 2014.
Hettich, Peter: Die Glühbirne - Lucifer neuer Zeiten : Antrittsvorlesung Prof. Dr. Peter Hettich. Universität St.Gallen, 15 April 2014.
Wüstenhagen, Rolf: Energiewende 2.0 - David meets Goliath : Introduction to the Conference Theme. 5th St. Gallen Forum for Management of Renewable Energies. St. Gallen, 23 May 2014.
Hettich, Peter: Social Acceptance in Energy through Democratic and Administrative Procedures : SCCER CREST yearly conference. Radisson Blu Hotel, St.Gallen, 6 November 2014.
Walther, Simone (2014) Schweizerische Energieversorgungssicherheit. Sicherheit & Recht, 2014 (2). 125-133. ISSN 1662-8217
Hettich, Peter; Rechsteiner, Stefan & Dizdarevic-Hasic, Azra: Datenschutz für Smart Grids : Offene Fragen und mögliche Lösungsansätze (Arbeitspaket 3). Bern : BFE (Hrsg.), 2014.
Eggenschwiler, Ursina: Windkraftanlagen in der Schweiz: raumplanerische Erfassung, Konfliktfelder und Lösungsansätze. EGI Working Papers Series (No. 2), 2014, No. 2.
Tschumi, Tobias: Interessenabwägung im Wasserrecht. EGI Working Papers Series (No. 1), 2014, No. 1.
Hettich, Peter; Walther, Simone & Peng, Gian Luca: Spuren der erleichterten Bewilligung von Solaranlagen in der Rechtspraxis. EGI Working Papers Series (No. 3), 2015, No. 3.
Hettich, Peter; Walther, Simone & Wohlgemuth, David: Investitionen ins Verteilnetz : Rechtliche Grundlagen und Anreize bei zunehmender Eigenproduktion. EGI Working Papers Series (No. 4), 2015, No. 4.
Walther, Simone & Camenisch, Livia: Solaranlagen auf öffentlichen Dachflächen. EGI Working Papers Series (No. 6), 2015, No. 6.
Tabi, Andrea; Hille, Stefanie Lena & Wüstenhagen, Rolf: Zielgruppensegmentierung im Ökostrom-Marketing -Ergebnisse einer Conjoint-Analyse deutscher Stromkunden. In Herbes, Carsten & Friege, Christian (ed.): Marketing Erneuerbarer Energien : Grundlagen, Geschäftsmodelle, Fallbeispiele. Wiesbaden : Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden, 2015, S. 163-181.
Camenisch, Livia; Eggenschwiler, Ursina; Galbraith, Louisa; Koller, Jannick; Mathis, Lukas & Schreiber, Markus: Social Acceptance in Energy : through democratic and administrative procedures. 2014. - SCCER Crest-Symposium. - St. Gallen.
Hettich, Peter: Ein heisses Bad, ein neuer Luxus : Die Suffizienz-Philosophie der Energiestrategie 2050. In: HSG-Focus - Dossier (2015), 1, S. 4-5.
Tabi, Andrea & Wüstenhagen, Rolf: Public acceptance of hydropower production in Switzerland. ESEE. Leeds, UK, 3 July 2015.
Chassot, Sylviane; Wüstenhagen, Rolf & Christian A., Klöckner: Can implicit cognition predict the behaviour of professional energy investors? Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 2015,
Wüstenhagen, Rolf: (EM)Powering the Future - Contours of Tomorrow's Energy System : Introduction into conference theme. 6. St.Gallen Forum for Management of Renewable Energies. St.Gallen, Switzerland, 22 May 2015.
Tabi, Andrea & Wüstenhagen, Rolf (2017) Keep it Local and Fish-Friendly: Social acceptance of hydropower projects in Switzerland. Renewable & sustainable energy reviews, 68 (Part 1). 763-773. ISSN 1364-0321
Hofmann, Benjamin & Richert, Jörn: St.Gallen und die Schweizer Energiepolitik: Sieben Thesen für eine effektive Mehrebenenpolitik. EGI Working Papers Series, 2015, 7.
Hettich, Peter: Raumplanungsrechtliche Anforderungen an die Standortwahl von Energieunternehmen : Standortwahl und Energiewende. 4. Winterthurer Tagung zum öffentlichen Wirtschaftsrecht. Winterthur, 19 November 2015.
Hettich, Peter: Mangel oder Überfluss an Regulierung der Stromwirtschaft? : VSE Fachtagung. 5. Regulierungs- und Rechtstagung. Hotel Arte, Olten, 2 December 2015.
Hettich, Peter: Wie sollte Mehrebenenpolitik in Zukunft aussehen? Schweizer Energiepolitik als Mehrebenenpolitik - Hin zu einer effektiv(er)en Zusammenarbeit von Bund, Kantonen und Städten. Rathaus der Stadt St.Gallen, 11 December 2015.
Hettich, Peter: Raumplanungsrechtliche Anforderungen an die Standortwahl von Energieunternehmen. Energiestrategie 2050: Herausforderungen für Kantone, Gemeinden und Energieunternehmen. Technopark Winterthur, 16 March 2016.
Kubli, Merla & Ulli-Beer, Silvia (2016) Decentralisation dynamics in energy systems: A generic simulation of network effects. Energy research & social science : ERSS, 13 71-83. ISSN 2214-6296
Hofmann, Benjamin & Richert, Jörn: Effektivere Mehrebenenpolitik im Bereich Wärme. EGI Working Papers Series, 2016, 8.
Hofmann, Benjamin & Richert, Jörn: Effektivere Mehrebenenpolitik im Bereich Strom. EGI Working Papers Series, 2017, 9.
Kubli, Merla; Loock, Moritz & Wüstenhagen, Rolf (2018) The flexible prosumer: Measuring the willingness to co-create distributed flexibility. Energy policy, 114 540-548. ISSN 0301-4215
Palmié, Maximilian; Huerzeler, Peter; Grichnik, Dietmar; Keupp, Marcus Matthias & Gassmann, Oliver (2019) Some principles are more equal than others: Promotion- versus prevention-focused effectuation principles and their disparate relationships with entrepreneurial orientation. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 13 (1). 93-117. ISSN 1932-4391
Hofmann, Benjamin: Swiss Multi-Level Energy Governance: EGI-HSG Energy Video [Blog]. URL:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoPPiiST5LY . EGI-HSG (15 January 2019).
Thaler, Philipp; Hofmann, Benjamin; Abegg, Andreas; Bornemann, Basil; Braunreiter, Lukas; Burger, Paul; Dörig, Leonie; Ejderyan, Olivier; Heselhaus, Sebastian; Opitz, Christian; Petrovich, Beatrice; Rinscheid, Adrian; Schillig, Ivo; Schreiber, Markus & Sohre, Annika: Schweizer Energiepolitik zwischen Bund, Kantonen und Gemeinden: Zentralisieren, dezentralisieren oder koordinieren? SCCER CREST White Paper, Nr. 7 : SCCER CREST, 2019,
Hofmann, Benjamin; Jevnaker, Torbjørg & Thaler, Philipp (2019) Following, Challenging, or Shaping: Can Third Countries Influence EU Energy Policy? Politics and Governance, 7 (1). 152-164. ISSN 2183–2463
Gassmann, Oliver; Böhm, Jonas & Palmié, Maximilian : Smart Cities: Introducing Digital Innovation to Cities. Bingley, UK : Emerald Publishing, 2019, - ISBN 978-1-78769-614-3.
Sennhauser, Pascal: Datenschutzkonzepte für die Smart City. SCCER-CREST / EGI-HSG Working Paper, 2019,
Böhm, Jonas; Palmié, Maximilian; Kahlert, Jonas & Gassmann, Oliver: Business Models for the Electrical Power Sector: A Strategic Group Perspective Based on Insights from the UK, USA, and India. ITEM-HSG Disscussion Paper, 2018,
Hettich, Peter; Thaler, Philipp; Camenisch, Livia; Hofmann, Benjamin; Petrovich, Beatrice & Wüstenhagen, Rolf : Europeanization of the Swiss Energy System. 13. Zürich/St.Gallen : Dike Verlag, 2020, - ISBN 978-3-03891-169-2.
Keywords renewable energy, energy efficiency, consumer behaviour, social acceptance, innovation, legal processes, energy policy, governance
Methods Diverse methods
Funders KTI EUREKA
Partners City of St.Gallen, Sankt Galler Stadtwerke, and others
Principal Comission for Technology and Innovation - CTI
Id 231254
Project Range HSG Internal
Reference Number REF-1115-40004
Project Status ongoing
Subjects business studies
Topics energy governance, energy innovation management, energy consumer behaviour, energy law, energy finance, social acceptance, energy investor behaviour
Project Type applied research project
URI http://www.egi.unisg.ch
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