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39 good ideas for better energy efficiency

Polarstern is helping the actors involved in the “Confederation: exemplary in energy” initiative communicate their commitment to greater energy efficiency and the transition to renewable energy. The 39 joint measures adopted by the initiative are also an inspiration for other organisations with ambitions in the field of sustainability. »

Showcasing exemplary efforts

On behalf of the Swiss Federal Office of Energy, Polarstern is taking charge of communications related to energy-efficiency initiatives at Swisscom, Swiss Post, SBB, ETH and Skyguide. »

How can you make consumers aware of the importance of renewable energy so that they consciously choose green power? Polarstern has joined forces with partners in a Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts research product to tackle this challenge. Interviews conducted with experts in the first phase of the project have revealed six possible approaches. »

Once around the earth, without any fuel

The Solar Impulse 2 solar aircraft took one-and-a-half years to fly once around the world. The two pilots needed seventeen stages to do so, but not a single drop of fuel. Communications agency Polarstern put coverage on on behalf of project sponsor Swisscom and, by doing so, generated above-average levels of interest. »

The IKM, the department of marketing and communications at Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, is working with Polarstern and other partners to gain new insights into how to raise awareness and understanding of electricity generated from renewable resources among private consumers. »

Polarstern plans to research the marketing of renewable energies.

Polarstern plans to team up with Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, the association for ecologically sound energy VUE and several power utilities to investigate ways to better convey the advantages of renewable energy. The project will probably be subsidised by the Commission for Technology and Innovation (CTI). »