Seminar: ‘Energy efficiency policies and strategies of the Nordics’

Join a one-day seminar in Brussels in June to explore Nordic approaches to managing the interaction between energy efficiency and market design.

On 22 June 2017, the Nordic Council of Ministers is holding a seminar ‘Energy efficiency policies and strategies of the Nordics’ in Brussels. This is a side event to EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW), which takes place from 19 to 23 June 2017.

The seminar will explore diverse Nordic approaches to managing the interaction between energy efficiency and market design, a central theme in the European Commission’s November 2016 package of proposals, ‘Clean Energy for all Europeans’. Consumer empowerment, market design, smart solutions, and digitalisation are among the topics to be addressed at the seminar. Speakers will represent DG ENERGY, governments, industry, consumer organisations and energy agencies.

Norway House in Brussels will host the seminar as part of Norway’s 2017 chairmanship of the Nordic cooperation. This is a series of initiatives for political, financial and cultural cooperation between the Nordic countries to promote their interests and values in the world. Register by 10 June by email to projectum@gmail.com, stating your name, position, contact information and represented organisation.

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This year’s EUSEW policy conference also focuses on Clean Energy for all Europeans. Join policy sessions, networking and presentations to explore the latest initiatives for the transition to a clean, sustainable energy system, and attend the ceremony for the EU Sustainable Energy Awards, which recognise the year’s most innovative projects for energy efficiency and renewables.

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This year’s EUSEW policy conference also focuses on Clean Energy for all Europeans. Join policy sessions, networking and presentations to explore the latest initiatives for the transition to a clean, sustainable energy system, and attend the ceremony for the EU Sustainable Energy Awards, which recognise the year’s most innovative projects for energy efficiency and renewables.

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