EU Sustainable Energy Week 2015 (Jun2015)

The European Union (or just EU) Sustainable Energy Week 2015 Policy Conference programme has been finalised and registration is now open. Consult the programme of the conference and register by Monday, 8 June.

Learn more about Europe’s low-carbon future, decentralised energy, smart-energy solutions, sustainable mobility, renewables, smart cities, energy efficiency, energy-intensive sectors, the Energy Union, energy democratisation … and many other topics. Join the debate and take an active part in shaping the Energy Union!

This year’s event will focus on the role of responsible consumers in the new Energy Union and in driving the EU towards its sustainable energy goals in areas such as energy efficiency, renewables or greenhouse gas emissions.

  • The EUSEW Policy Conference takes place in Brussels from 16-18 June and gathers together thousands of energy experts, policy-makers, representatives of civil society, and the media – from the EU and beyond – to debate secure, clean and efficient energy. The three-day conference includes policy sessions organised by the European Commission and energy stakeholders, an interactive exhibition and networking village, and the Sustainable Energy Awards Ceremony. A series of side events also take place around Brussels, from 15-19 June.
  • The EUSEW Awards Competition is an opportunity for nominees to showcase their projects and activities in three categories – renewable energy, energy efficiency and cities, communities and regions – as innovation leaders and role models in sustainable energy. Nine finalists are invited (three from each category) to attend the Policy Conference Awards Ceremony on 16 June, in Brussels, where the winners are announced.
  • Hundreds of Energy Days events promoting secure, clean and efficient energy are also hosted across Europe during the month of June. This is an opportunity for private companies, NGOs, cooperatives, industry and consumer organisations, research and technology centres and energy agencies, among others, to put on a wide variety of activities – such as workshops, presentations, exhibitions, concerts, quizzes or games – in any EU Member State or country with an Association Agreement with Horizon 2020. Energy Days organisers can register their not-for-profit events on the EUSEW website.

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