Conference

Central & Eastern European Energy Efficiency Forum

NEW DATES – C4E presents you an energy conference tailored to the realities of Central and Eastern Europe!

From the 21 September 2021 to the 24 September 2021

Central & Eastern European Energy Efficiency Forum

Update new dates: the event has been postponed to September 2021

The story of the C4E Forum

You may be asking: “Did we really need another energy efficiency conference?” But C4E wanted to be different. The C4E Forum is not your average conference: 

  • Most conferences are focused on advanced Western European countries, whose policies are not always relevant and applicable in the CEE context.
  • Some conferences tend to be too academic and produce only general conclusions. The C4E wants something very practical, which policy professional could really use in their daily work.
  • Most of all, the C4E wants to help build a vibrant Central and Eastern Europe’s energy efficiency community which continues working together beyond the event itself. So we pay lot of attention to informal networking

The first edition of C4E Forum 2016 took place in Balchik at the Black Sea coast in Bulgaria in an informal setting and attracted a mix of 180 participants from governments, the public sector, NGOs, civil society and business. The second edition took place in June 2018 in Serock, Poland and brought together 210 participants (17% up).

Registration

The registration for the C4E Forum 2021 is open and more information on the fees structure you can find here.

Panel Sessions

What makes C4E Forum special are the Panel Sessions when experts from countries share their experience and knowledge by presenting. To read more about the idea and topics suggested visit Panel Sessions 2020.

Programme

You can check the general programme outline as well as have a look at the ideas for topics to be discussed at the Plenary sessions.

Date & Venue

The date of the postponed 2020 edition of C4E Forum is 21-24 September 2021 (the location will still be Poiana Brasov, Romania).