Finding the optimal energy system to reach climate neutrality by 2030 for a growing research campus

Client: Empa

Energy Planners: Empa

Site: Research campus with up to 26 buildings, divided into 12 hubs

Keywords: climate neutral, energy storage, CO2 emissions


Empa, the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology, has adopted the ambitious goal for its main campus in Dübendorf to become climate neutral by 2030. At the same time, the campus needs to address the high complexity of its energy system, which is expected to increase as the campus grows.
Empa turned to Sympheny to gain a holistic view of the site’s energy system and of the options for its future development.

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