The energy consumer will be a catalyst towards a decentralized and decarbonized energy system as stipulated in the European Commission’s Clean Energy for All Europeans communication. He/she will be able to change energy supplier, monitor and adapt consumption pattern, and produce energy.
It is voting season: 12 projects are competing for the Citizens’ Award and you can help them win!
In an increasingly complex, but inter-connected society that faces the great challenge of achieving a fair and effective energy transition as part of our fight against climate change, joining forces is more important than ever. And this is the case in all policy areas including in our efforts to identify where the financing will come from.
The European technology industries represented by Orgalim are fuelling the ‘3-D’ transformation of our energy system driven by decarbonisation, decentralisation and digitalisation – with digitally enabled tech facilitating new services and business models while accelerating the transition to climate neutrality that is cost-efficient.
Europe’s complex network of electricity transmission cables, power transformers, substations, and other pieces of the puzzle that deliver electricity to our homes and businesses were conceived, and built, many years ago. While electricity grids are a feat of engineering, their one-way design – that sees power produced and delivered to consumers with little ability for consumers to interact – is becoming outmoded.
The EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) – the place to be once a year – is back bigger and better than ever!
Between 18 and 20 June, the annual conference in Brussels will host over 90 sessions focused on latest developments in energy policy.
EuroACE, the European Alliance of Companies for Energy Efficiency in Buildings, is delighted to open the series of contributions from Strategic Partners in the EUSEW Newsroom, by reflecting on this year’s topic for the EU Sustainable Energy Week, “Shaping Europe’s Energy Future”.
200 applications received – thank you! The call for Networking Village activities of the 14th edition of the EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) has closed!
We would like to thank everyone who applied and put forth their interactive and innovative ideas!
Our team of experts has already started reviewing the applications and we cannot wait to announce the Networking Village programme in May:
That’s it! The calls for applications for the Awards and Policy Conference sessions for the 14th edition of EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) have closed!
We would like to thank everyone who applied this year – we received over a whopping 300 applications for both the Awards and Sessions, almost double than last year!
Ready to network? The Networking Village is back for the 14th edition of the EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW). It will take place in Brussels from 18 to 20 June 2019.
In a collective effort towards a more connected Energy Union, the Networking Village aims to inspire new connections while reinforcing old ones, as well as to increase awareness on the range of innovative energy projects currently underway in Europe that are shaping Europe’s energy future.