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The EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW), the biggest event dedicated to renewables and efficient energy, is inviting you to organise local sustainable energy events – Energy Days!
If you are organising an event in May or June 2020, EUSEW awaits your visionary ideas on clean and efficient energy in a format of your choice. Anything goes from a guided tour to a workshop, picnic, an exhibition or online game.
Read the original article on the EASME website.
From 17-21 June 2019, the EU Sustainable Energy Week will be back for its 4th edition. The Week will take place in Brussels and is the biggest European event dedicated to efficient energy and renewables. The theme for 2019 is “Shaping Europe’s energy future” and will cover: the Policy Conference, Networking Village, EUSEW Awards, and the Energy Days.
The awards and Policy Conference applications have now closed, but there is still time to sign up for the 2019 Networking Village and to register a local 2019 Energy Day event.
The Networking Village will be a chance to meet and interact with stakeholders in sustainable energy innovation and will be hosted in the European Commission’s Charlemagne building and the Residence Palace from 18 to 20 June 2019. Find out more about the different elements of the Networking Village here and sign up to host a networking activity before 25 March 2019.
The Energy Days take place throughout May and June and collect together events that promote and focus on clean energy transition. Energy Day events are a chance for both citizens and businesses to learn about clean energy and sustainability, and to discover how it can impact and be incorporated into their daily activities and practices. Register your event as soon as possible and find out more about the Energy Days right here.
Get involved on social media with @euenergyweek and #EUSEW19, and become part of the EU Sustainable Energy Community for the latest updates.
Find out more about EU Sustainable Energy Week 2019 on the EASME website.
The EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) is back for its 13th edition and giving you the chance to encourage and nominate projects to take part in this year’s Awards competition to determine the most innovative and impactful initiatives in energy transition.
If you are working on, or know someone who is, developing projects that fit the description, it is your time to shine: you can either apply for an award or nominate your favourite activities, projects and actions.
Interested? We look forward to receiving your application for one of this year’s categories: ‘Consumers’, for actions that lead to the behavioural change of individual energy users;‘Public Sector’, for exemplary initiatives led by public and non-profit organisations; ‘Businesses’, for forward-thinking businesses; and this year for the first time there will be a ‘Young Energy Leaders’ category, which aims to recognise extraordinary young individuals, or groups of individuals (under 30 years old), who are leading by example and impacting the sustainable energy field.
Additionally, there is the ‘Citizens’ Award’ which will be granted via an online vote allowing the general public to reward their favourite project among the finalists of the aforementioned categories.
You can find further information about the awards, as well as eligibility, assessment rules and the application process, on the EUSEW2018 website.
The deadline for applications is 23 February 2018.
Organised by the European Commission (Directorate-General for Energy and EASME), EUSEW takes place every year in June. The 2018 focus is on energy transition and will cover a series of activities with an EU-wide scope. In addition to the EU Sustainable Energy Awards, event activities will feature a policy conference (5–7 June 2018), networking opportunities and local sustainable energy events, all dedicated to building a secure energy future for Europe.
Interested in green projects and initiatives? Read through the European Enterprise Promotion Awards submissions for the Supporting the development of green markets and resource efficiency category and discover the leading European projects in the sector.