Center for Energy Innovation, Governance and Investment (EGI-HSG)

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10/01/18

New Release "Smart City" by O.Gassmann, M.Palmié, J.Böhm

Various aspects are discussed: Core elements constituting smart cities. Steps to be taken and greatest potentials. Ideal starting point. Procedures other cities applied. The Greenfield-approach of Asian smart cities. Implemented methods and tools. Business models of participating firms. Integration of diverse stakeholders. Extension of the digital shadow of a city. “Smart City – Innovationen für die vernetzte Stadt” (in German) provides answers and clarifying examples for all stakeholders involved in a Smart City transformation. Infos: Flyer/ book webpage / OrellFüssli, or direct smarter-together@unisg.ch

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04/16/18

EGI-HSG Annual Report 2017

What have we done last year? Read about our work, outcome, activities, and people in 2017. Get new insights from a debate on Windenergy in Switzerland with Prof. Hettich (IFF-HSG) and Prof. Wüstenhagen (IWÖ-HSG).

-> Read more: Annual Report EGI-HSG 2017

 

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09/28/17

Last newcomer: Dr. Philipp Thaler

Philipp is postdoctoral researcher in Energy Governance since November 2017 and an expert on energy and climate policies, holding a PhD in political science. He strengthens the work for SCCER CREST working at IPW-HSG with Prof. James Davis. Also we would like to thank Dr. Jörn Richert for his valuable work during the last three years, wishing him all the best for his personal and professional future. Jörn took up a new challenge in the private sector.

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04/16/18

About Us

The Center for Energy Innovation, Governance and Investment (EGI-HSG), established in 2014, bundles the expertise and competence at the University of St.Gallen in energy research. EGI-HSG provides the scientific basis for decision-making processes in business and politics. The University of St.Gallen and its partners from academia, industry and public administration aim at providing a valuable contribution to the implementation of the Swiss Energy Strategy 2050.