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Customized advice, optimization of energy consumption and lower energy costs with little outlay.

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  • Annual CO2 emissions of less than 1 500 tonnes

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In September 2015, the member states of the United Nations approved a new global development agenda (Agenda 2030) with a set of Development Goals designed to resolve two of the most critical issues confronting the world community: to eradicate poverty and to promote sustainable development. Companies have a decisive role to these Development Goals in the context of their own activities, independent of government programs.

ICC Switzerland will organize a seminar on 3 October 2016 in Berne. To attend the event, please return the attached form latest by 26 September 2016.

Target agreements and their implementation with the energy management system of the Energy Agency of the Swiss Private Sector (EnAW) are a successful and politically recognized option throughout Switzerland. We now have it in writing. Climate protection is making headway in Switzerland thanks to the commitment of the business sector. Various studies initiated by the Federal Office for the Environment show that enterprises with target agreements display much greater awareness of the issue than others. We already demonstrated this at the end of the first Kyoto period – enterprises with target agreements had reduced CO2 emissions by 25 per cent, thereby considerably outperforming all other peer groups.

The EnAW tools for the implementation of cost-effective energy management in companies have again obtained ISO 50001 certification.

The energy consumption of mountain transport systems is by no means a constant. Participants in the Energy Agency of the Swiss Private Sector (EnAW), such as Engadin St. Moritz Mountains AG, Savognin Bergbahnen AG, Mottas Naluns Scuol-Ftan-Sent AG, AG Luftseilbahn Corviglia-Piz Nair or Corvatsch AG, face the special challenge of peaks and fluctuations in power consumption. Energy is also being saved in Arosa and Lenzerheide.

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Every year we look back proudly at what the business sector has accomplished. Compared with 1990, EnAW participants are emitting 25 per cent less CO2 – despite economic growth. In climate policy terms, this is important for Switzerland as the companies working with the EnAW account for almost half the emissions produced by the business sector. Product and energy-neutral advice, which we will also be continuing in the post-Kyoto period, is proving its worth. By way of comparison, enterprises without a target agreement have only cut their CO2 emissions by about 15 per cent.

The vision of the Swiss Competence Center for Energy Research on Efficiency of Industrial Processes (SCCER EIP) is to enhance the energy efficiency of the Swiss process industry. The conference will provide an opportunity for all participants to discuss the potentials for energy efficiency in the process industry and to get an update about scientific highlights from the research activities.

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Your Energy Agency

By business, for business.

Since 2001 and based on energy and product neutrality, we have been providing our participants with tried and tested, all-round assistance in energy management through excellent products, services and ISO 50001-compliant tools that are recognized by the authorities. In implementation, we rely on cost-effective efficiency measures that reduce every company's energy consumption and CO2 emissions. The EnAW is a non-profit organization run by business, for business.

Our contribution to climate protection

Impact since 2013

The counter shows the energy and CO2 savings made since 1.1.2013. These are added to the savings made in the first period, which amounted to 1.4 million tonnes of CO2, 6,100 GWh in overall energy efficiency and 1,300 GWh of electricity.

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