Network event series
Building-related Multienergy-Systems

exploring future products and services for decarbonization

16 September at Kirchgemeindehaus Liebestrasse, Liebestrasse 3, 8400 Winterthur

Modernes Haus

The workshop focuses on solutions with multi-energy systems (systems with different energy sources for heating, ventilation, cooling and power supply) for single and multi-family houses.

In the workshop, in small innovation groups the following concrete questions will be discussed and solutions developed for them:

  • How to enable step-by-step retrofitting of multi-energy systems in buildings?

  • Data and data management - which new solutions for the holistic multi-energy system are required?

  • How can real estate managers be motivated to replace fossil heating systems with more environmentally friendly (multi-energy) systems?

  • How can the development of anergy networks be accelerated as a replacement for air-to-water heat pumps?

  • Battery storage in buildings - how can the management of the storage be optimized in the field of conflicting interests profitability - energy supply - climate?

  • Bidirectional electric cars - which integration concepts support multi-energy systems in buildings?

  • In the area of tension prosumer - energy supply companies: How can local electricity trading systems/power exchanges improve the profitability of building energy supply?

Program
09:00
Arrival
09:10
Matchmaking
Short presentation of all participants, Give-And-Take-Matrix
10:20
Keynotes

Building between low-tech dream and high-tech networking
Beat Kämpfen-Federer, Kämpfen Zinke + Partner Architekten ETH/SIA

Energy modernisation & financing strategies - opportunities & challenges
Daniel Jakobi, Stv. Leiter Innovation & Entwicklung, Raiffeisen Schweiz
11:00
Break
11:30
Identification of Need & Pain Points
12:30
Networking Lunch
13:30
Idea Creation und Rating
14:30
Break
14:40
Idea profile
15:20
Presentation of results
15:50
Closing
Welcome and introdution
from 08:30
16:00
End of Workshop
moderation
Barbara Widmer
TEQABLE AG

Barbara Widmer is a partner and co-founder of TEQABLE AG. She studied mechanical engineering in Rapperswil and holds an MSc in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California at Irvine. Barbara Widmer has successfully managed numerous diverse projects at Trafag, Geberit and most recently 13 years at Zühlke Engineering. In the area of innovation, she has excellent moderation skills, coaxes creative ideas from clients and advises on innovation management.
Anna Roschewitz
novatlantis gmbh

Anna Roschewitz is co-managing director and co-founder of novatlantis. She holds a PhD in economic environmental assessment from ETH Zurich and has a long track record in senior management, applied research and consulting (ETH, WSL, PSI) and project management in the field of energy and climate. Her extensive experience in event moderation and methodological competence in knowledge and technology transfer enables successful workshops.
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