The SIG-éco21 programme


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The SIG éco21 programme supports your efforts to reduce your energy consumption with straightforward, fast and concrete solutions.

The programme

The programme
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    Solutions for everyone, be they individuals, businesses, communities, property management companies or owners, or business partners

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    Customised support and practical tools

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    Training and advice that are specific to your field of activity

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    Financial support

The éco21 programme objectives


Energy savings constitute one of the key components of the energy transition. They contribute to the conservation of natural resources and the climate, and to the phasing out of nuclear power at a local and global level. Since 2007, the SIG-éco21 programme has been successfully supporting Geneva residents in reducing their energy consumption and their CO2 emissions.

Aligned with the objectives of the Confederation (Energy Strategy 2050) and of the Canton of Geneva (Société à 2000W), it aims to make Geneva the most efficient region in the world.

SIG can also develop partnerships with local firms or with Industrial Services in other Cantons in Switzerland to promote the éco21 programme solutions.

Solutions for each profile


Discover the éco21 programme solutions that you can benefit from based on your profile.

Key figures

Key figures

155 GWh

saved or the equivalent of 45,000 households’ consumption

26 million CHF


113,000 tCO₂

avoided, equivalent to 2 years of emissions from the entire fleet of Geneva cars

75 million CHF

invested between 2007 and 2016, or a turnover of 189 million CHF generated


jobs created

SIG-éco21 and GEnergie 2050

SIG-eco21 and the State of Geneva are joining forces to encourage the energy transition with the GEnergie2050 shared platform to enable easy and straightforward access to various subsidies, solutions and advice. As a first step, you can find support for heating systems (via the éco21 Renewable Heat programme) and building envelopes on it.


Through to the end of 2017, the GEnergie 2050 platform has made an unprecedented budget of 25 million available in the form of subsidies to accelerate the energy transition across the Canton.

Discover GEnergie 2050