As an insurer covering natural hazards such as storms, hail, flooding, snow slides and rock falls, Gebäudeversicherung Bern (GVB) is directly affected by the impact of climate change. That's why GVB is committed to climate protection in many ways both internally and externally and has drawn up its own climate strategy.
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Increased energy efficiency is a central strategy in the battle with climate change. Technologies to help with this already exist today.
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Climate change is one of the greatest challenges of our time. Moving to a low-CO2 economy has become an absolutely essential. UBS supports this transition through an extensive climate change strategy that includes both internal initiatives and measures that affect all our stakeholders.
It is the wish of many property owners to become as independent of fossil fuels as possible. Now their ideal is close to becoming a reality.
Buildings act as power stations and are becoming part of the energy supply – and their smart integration into the grid is essential. Moreover, we are seeing a strong trend towards private consumption: an increasing number of people want to produce their own electricity and to use it or store it themselves. The smart use of self-produced energy, managed using a control and monitoring system, is coupled with a heat pump, a heat pump boiler and battery solutions. With the associated increase in the complexity of these technologies, and given the interaction between the various systems in the building, there is an ever-greater need for coordination between specialists in different sectors as well as for constantly growing technical expertise.
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The Swiss Energy and Climate Summit (SwissECS) is Switzerland’s leading conference for energy and climate issues. Every year, over 800 decision-makers from industry, the energy, finance, insurance and construction sectors and representatives of NGOs, the Swiss government and cantons take part in the two-day event.
The SwissECS has been held annually since 2007 and always takes place in Bern in September.
The SwissECS showcases cutting-edge technologies from energy and environmental technology that play a key role in climate protection. Participants can find out more about current energy and climate issues in various formats, such as keynote speeches, interactive podiums, innovation pitches, breakout sessions and an exhibition zone
featuring demonstrations of the latest solutions.
Over 700 decision-makers from all key industries come to
the two-day conference to actively exchange knowledge as equal partners.
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