The next EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) will take place on the first week of June 2018. As in previous years, EUSEW offers Europeans a chance to check in on changes sweeping through their energy sector.
In the month before the event, the public is invited to join governments, companies and NGOs in holding their own Energy Days. These gatherings can be EU-large, or neighbourhood local. What they have in common is their focus on the shift towards sustainable energy.
On 5 June 2018, EUSEW will open its annual 3-day policy conference in Brussels dedicated to the energy transition. Conference sessions will debate policy developments, best practices and sustainable energy ideas.
The programme also features an adrenaline-charged networking village, buzzing with opportunities to meet new partners, and an awards ceremony to recognise outstanding achievements among Europe’s latest energy-saving initiatives.
Calls for contributions will open in January. Sustainable energy enthusiasts will be invited to propose workshops or networking activities in Brussels, to organise an Energy Day in their own region, or to enter their project for the EU Sustainable Energy Awards. Stay tuned on the EUSEW website and on Twitter @euenergyweek.