Energy Days are activities and events organised by local public and private organisations across Europe to promote clean energy and energy efficiency. They are a key component of the EU Sustainable Energy Week.
An Energy Day:
- takes place in May or June 2020
- is held in a region in the European Union
- is non-profit/has no admission fees
- aims to attract a minimum of 10 people (citizens and/or energy stakeholders)
When and where?
Energy Days take place throughout the EU Member States, in cities and local communities during the months of May and June. Activities can take place in public or private buildings or even the open air. Previous events have been held in schools, market squares, conference centres, and many other places.
Activities and events take place throughout the EU Member States. Organisers can prepare an Energy Day for any size of area – from a local community to an entire region. Activities can take place in public or private buildings or even the open air. Previous events have been held in schools, market squares, conference centres, and many other places.
Anyone can organise an Energy Day! If you want to show your community how you or your organisation are helping to achieve the EU’s energy and climate goals, register your event today.
Register your local Energy Day event between January and June 2020.
The earlier you submit your event, the more visibility it will have on the EUSEW website. The EU-wide visibility of Energy Days will benefit your event, while the promotional support from the EUSEW team will help to ensure its success.