The EU Sustainable Energy Awards recognise outstanding individuals and projects for their innovation in energy efficiency and renewables.
The awards have four categories – Engagement, Innovation, Woman in Energy and Young Energy Trailblazer – as well as the Citizens’ Award, which will be received by one of the projects in the first two categories.
This year, twelve outstanding individuals and projects were chosen from a list of submissions of the year’s most successful projects for clean, secure and efficient energy.
Prizes will be awarded by an expert jury (for Engagement and Innovation), and by citizens via a public vote, open until 22 October and the winners will be announced on 25 October during EUSEW 2021 Awards Ceremony.
Citizens’ Award: The six projects competing in the Engagement and Innovation categories are up for consideration for this award, which recognises initiatives and individuals working on innovative and engaging ways to reinvent Europe’s energy landscape:
The Woman in Energy prize recognises inspiring individuals making waves in their field:
The Young Energy Trailblazer Award spotlights young people advancing the energy transition in Europe: