The EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) is a high-level Policy Conference bringing together policymakers, stakeholders, and citizens to find secure, clean and efficient energy solutions to tackle tomorrow’s challenges. The theme of this year’s event is “Towards 2030: Reshaping the European Energy System“.
The Policy Conference is Europe’s largest networking event purely dedicated to renewable energy and energy efficiency. The EUSEW brings together public authorities, energy agency, industry associations, businesses, civil society and the media. The conference is an opportunity for stakeholders to meet and promote their projects on finding innovative solutions to clean and sustainable energy. It is also the chance to learn from success stories and find inspiration. During the event, participants are invited to network and forge alliances to find solutions to reshape the sector and achieve the European Union’s target of a 50% reduction by 2030.
This year, meetings between different actors will take place in the virtual Networking Village, which will be open to all participants during the EUSEW. From the platform, participants will have the opportunity to interact on various topics and share ideas between participants. The Networking Village will also host exhibitions booths for stakeholders interested in promoting their projects and inspire others.
The EUSEW will be taking place online between the 25 and the 29 October, 2021.
Registrations open in September.
Find more information on the official website.
Taking place throughout September and October 2021 across Europe, the Sustainable Energy Days allow citizens, businesses, educatonial and research centres, public and civil society organisations to spark the clean energy conversation ahead of EUSEW 2021.
By hosting a session, you can have a chance to put your green energy initiative on the map or show your support for the green energy transition in Europe!
The Sustainable Energy Days can take a variety of formats, from workshops in schools to guided tours in factories, and from interactive webinars or talks to yoga classes in parks. They can be either physical or online, depending on what is possible in your area respecting security measures.
If you are interested in organising a Sustainable Energy Day, you may consult the guidelines on the EUSEW website. The deadline for registration is 15 October 2021.
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