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These companies have already done so. Will you be next?
Increasing demand worldwide, with Swiss SMEs in pole position: cleantech. Swiss firms are the world leaders in the market segment for technology, manufacturing processes and services that use the available resources efficiently or that contribute to protecting and preserving natural resources.
The future: less energy and fewer raw materials
Switzerland has some extremely strong players, particularly in the areas of energy efficiency, renewable energies, automation and control, mobility, water and wastewater, waste management and the use of innovative materials. And since the Swiss market is too small for many of these companies, export is all the more worthwhile.
In cooperation with
swisscleantech unites climate-conscious companies. Together, we are moving politics and society towards a CO2-neutral Switzerland. We are a leader in energy and climate policy and provide solutions for a climate-compatible economy. The association has around 500 members from all sectors, including more than 30 business associations.
With a network of more than 800 companies in Western Switzerland active in clean technologies (energy, environment, mobility), CleantechAlps pursues the objectives of fostering collaborative innovation, facilitating relations between regional, national and international players and aiming to exploit synergies in the relevant areas. By doing this, CleantechAlps creates economic value and strengthens as well as accelerates the innovation capacity of SMEs and their digital transition.
Swissmem is the leading association for SMEs and large companies in Switzerland's mechanical, electrical engineering and metal industries (MEM industries) and related technology-oriented sectors. Swissmem promotes the national and international competitiveness of its more than 1,200 member companies through effective lobbying, needs-based services, targeted networking and training and further education of employees in the MEM industries in line with labor market requirements.