#EUSEW2020 – Host an activity at the Networking Village!

Next to the Policy Conference, the Networking Village is the perfect stage to exchange ideas and best practices on the energy transition.

The Networking Village is a place to foster social connections and information-sharing by gathering key players in the field of sustainable energy.

Choose between three interactive activities:

#EUSEW2020 – Take home an award from the EUSEW Awards

During the EU Sustainable Energy Week, the year’s most outstanding projects will be crowned winners of the EU Sustainable Energy Awards, also known as the EUSEW Awards.

If you are focused on clean, sustainable and renewable energy and think that your project deserves pan-European recognition, then you should apply for the EU Sustainable Energy Awards

The competition features 3 categories:

EUSEW 2019 - what a week!

More than

3200 participants,

90 policy sessions,

100 networking events,

and hundreds of organisations, projects and initiatives.

– Policy Conference of the EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) 2019

We hope that you have been able to take away valuable insights from the biggest event dedicated to renewables and efficient energy use in Europe. We have been reliving the moments from EUSEW 2019 and invite you to do the same:

The cyber physical grid for the energy transition

To manage a fast-evolving power system 24/7 and keep the lights on, European transmission system operators (TSOs) invest in digitisation. However, today, the digitisation imperative is even bigger as TSOs are to find answers to a variety of new challenges such as an increased amount of variable generation, sector coupling, power and transport connected through e-mobility, increasing electrification in particular of transport, heating and cooling, as well as the rise of the internet of energy things.

Shaping Europe's energy future: energy efficiency in the heating sector

As the European Union is currently discussing its path towards decarbonisation, the essential role of boosting energy efficiency to achieve potential goals for carbon and climate neutrality is unequivocal. In the recently published long-term decarbonisation strategy - a ‘A Clean Planet for All’ - energy efficiency is featured prominently in all eight scenarios outlined by the EU executive, and is specified as the first of seven building blocks identified in the communication.