The 14th edition of the EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) is just around the corner and you can play your part. By organising an Energy Day, you can bring sustainable energy closer to your community, empowering citizens and local stakeholders to embrace the change towards a greener future.
EUSEW Secretariat's blog
During the EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW), five of the year’s most outstanding projects will be named winners of the EU Sustainable Energy Awards, also known as the EUSEW Awards.
How are you shaping Europe's energy future? Submit your application in one of the following categories and show how you are helping to meet the EU’s climate and energy goals:
As you know, with the EU Sustainable Energy Week comes the biggest conference dedicated to renewables and efficient energy use in Europe.
The theme for the 14th edition is “Shaping Europe’s energy future”.
Having officially kicked off preparations for the EU Sustainable Energy Week 2019*, we are pleased to open the call for contributions to the EUSEW Policy Conference.
That’s all folks for another year! This year’s EU Sustainable Energy Week, the annual flagship event uniting policy makers, authorities, industry, stakeholders, NGOs, researchers and academia in the European sustainable energy sector, has come to an end.
Energy efficiency – or using less energy – is at the heart of the sustainable energy transition. By cutting the amount of energy we use through technology like energy saving devices, or through a conscious effort to reduce our energy consumption, we limit the amount of emissions in our atmosphere, import fewer fossil fuels and make savings on our energy bill.
The sustainable energy transition needs the fresh, innovative ideas and forward-thinking outlooks that the younger generation excels in. From innovative technological concepts and smart phone apps conceived by students, to raising awareness among children who can, in turn, educate their parents and communities that surround them, getting young people on board is key to shaping the global energy future.
Businesses, with their drive and innovative ideas are key motors of the renewable and sustainable energy transition. Today, the transition is packed with renewable and sustainable energy enterprises, helping to push traditional, fossil-fuelled energy industries out of the energy mix.
This contribution was authored by COGEN Europe.
This contribution was authored by Monique Goyens, Director General of BEUC, the European Consumer Organisation.
If you’ve ever felt a rush of warm air while waiting for a metro in a city in the middle of winter, you’ll know that cities can generate waste heat. District heating systems that reuse waste heat from sources like nearby industries and urban infrastructure have been around for a few years, but today, energy transition pioneers are working on innovative ways to incorporate new sources of waste heat into urban heating systems, making them much more sustainable.