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    Role of Powerfuels in EU energy transition: The need for effective regulation

    Global Alliance Powerfuels

    An initiative of the German Energy Agency and corporate partners, which aims to raise awareness Raise awareness and acceptance of Powerfuels as missing link to reach global climate targets, support further enhancement of regulatory frameworks and stimulate project development to globally enable production capacities on industrial scale, thus increasing cost competitiveness with fossil fuels.

    Register here

    16:00-21:00
    AREA42, Rue des Palais 46, Brussels

    The importance of clean and sustainable fuels based on renewable electricity – in short powerfuels – in order to achieve the climate targets is being discussed in many European countries.The Global Alliance Powerfuels starts a broad dialogue to share experiences and expectations about the role of powerfuels for the integrated European Energy Transition. Powerfuels provide value for different countries in different ways, as powerfuels providers, technology providers, demand countries or as combination of all of these. Powerfuels production technologies are market-ready as demonstrated by pilot studies. With effective regulations that reflect the carbon-neutral nature of powerfuels, a global market for powerfuels can be created. In this event, the state-of-the-art technology and the challenges, opportunities for creating effective regulation will be discussed.

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    Renewable Energy Community Brussels Event

    INTERREG MED Renewable Energy

    starting from 17.00
    Climate Alliance, Rue d'Arlon 63, 1000 Brussels

    INTERREG MED’s Renewable Energy Community will provide an overview of the lessons learned by recent INTERREG MED renewable energy projects about how to support the energy transitions of islands and rural areas. This overview is based on project results and regional consultations with stakeholders across the Mediterranean. It will be debated by a round-table of experts from the Climate Alliance, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and European Federation of Agencies and Regions for Energy and the Environment (FEDARENE). The round-table will be wrapped-up with a cocktail. Register now!




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    How much do you know about energy storage?

    European Association for Storage of Energy (EASE)

    09.00-17.30
    Networking Village
    Residence Palace, Rue de la Loi 155

    This year EASE challenges all EUSEW’s participants with “HOW MUCH DO YOU KNOW ABOUT ENERGY STORAGE?” an online quiz that will assess your knowledge about energy storage technologies, applications, and energy storage projects currently deployed in Europe.

    Take your chance and show how much your know about energy storage, one of the most important enablers of the energy transition.

    If you want to know more information about storage technologies and applications, visit the “EASE Energy Storage Corner” in the Networking Village, EASE will be there to present you the most innovative projects currently developed in Europe. Twice per day the Energy Storage Guru with the highest score in the quiz will be awarded a price.




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    #draw4climate exhibition

    ENTSO-E – the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity

    09.00-17.30
    Networking Village
    Residence Palace, Rue de la Loi 155 & Charlemagne building, Rue de la loi 170

    The latest involvement of many young students in climate change issues has reached the news, politicians and also many organisations, such as ENTSO-E. Education is a key factor in raising awareness among the new generation. Prior to the exhibition at EUSEW 2019, ENTSO-E will be hosting the #draw4climate event with the aim to raise awareness of children about the challenges that our Earth is facing, and about how to make sustainable and conscious choices. Through playful activities, drawing and workshops, the children will learn more about climate change and possible sustainable solutions. The #draw4climate exhibition will feature drawings and arts and crafts projects from the event.




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    Energy efficiency: a success story

    The European Alliance to Save Energy (EU-ASE)

    09.00-17.30
    Networking Village
    Residence Palace, Rue de la Loi 155

    EU-ASE will be launching a digital campaign on 19 June to promote case studies showing success energy efficiency stories across the European Union. The implemented solutions, carried out by EU-ASE members, will be translated into brochures with both technical and practical details. Participants of #EUSEW19 will be shown that energy efficiency is, indeed, a growth agenda that can deliver benefits to the EU in terms of growth, jobs, and social welfare to citizens. For more information, click here.




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    Interactive workshop at #EUSEW19: Investment framework for Energy Transition of Solani

    YES-Europe

    12.30-13.30
    Salle Passage
    Residence Palace, Rue de la Loi 155

    The government of a fictional country "Solani" is reviewing its goals in terms of its energy policy to create a framework for 2030 in order to comply with the EU targets for emissions. They will be investing 12 billion euros into an assortment of projects or policies. They will be investing 12 billion euros into an assortment of projects or policies.

    The question is - what exactly will they invest in?

    As a participant in the workshop, you will either represent one of the energy industries or be part of the evaluating committee in the Government. The workshop will aim to form a framework for the Energy Transition of Solani for 2030 through various negotiations, interactions between the different stakeholders, and understanding each other’s perspectives.

    Sign up here




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    CCU and CCS in Europe - Summer Reception

    Mission of Norway to the European Union

    18:00 - 19:30
    Norway House, Rue Archimède 17, Brussels

    ** Welcome to an informal end-of-day reception, as a side-event under the EU Sustainable Energy Week! During the reception, we will have some reflections on the latest developments in Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage in Europe.

    Speakers:

    • Rolf Einar Fife, Ambassador of Norway to the EU
    • Antonio Lopez-Nicolas Baza, DG Energy, Deputy Head of Unit, Renewables and CCS Policy
    • Bjørn Haugstad, Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy, Director General, Department of Climate, Industry and Technology
    • Siri Eritsland, Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy, Department of Climate, Industry and Technology

    Please click here to register and here for more information.




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    Awareness-raising ice cream

    European Heat Pump Association (EHPA)

    12.30-14.00
    Networking Village
    Residence Palace, Rue de la Loi 155

    EHPA has been invited to repeat its yearly EUSEW activity! Ice cream will be offered to participants of #EUSEW19 at the Residence Palace, on 19 June as of 12.30.

    The aim of this activity is to raise awareness of the main benefits that can be achieved thanks to heat pumps that result in:

    • Green House Gas Emission Reductions
    • Energy Efficiency
    • Renewable Energy
    • Local Jobs
    • Energy Security
    • Smart Grids

    These benefits are colour-coded in each ice cream flavor and participants are invited to use these titles when ordering their ice cream. Heat pumps are not only used to produce heating, they are also used for refrigeration systems, cooling residential applications and even Ice Hotels (Kiruna, Sweden). Thank you to EUSEW for a great week and see you at the ice cream stand!




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    E²tech4Cities and Brussels Exporters Day 2019

    Enterprise Europe Network & hub.brussels

    08.00-17.00
    Hotel NH Brussels Bloom, Rue Royale 250

    One single-day event dedicated to face-to-face meetings.

    Join us in Brussels and increase your chances to go international and to find your next international partner.

    Three events in one:

    • E²tech4Cities Brokerage event 2019: dedicated to Energy & Efficiency Technologies for Cities: have you an innovative project and are you looking for a partner to improve and develop your technology? we will help you to find your technical partner for international collaboration or R&D projects
    • E²tech4Cities Pitch session 2019: are you looking for financial investors? apply to the pitch session, 6 companies will be selected to present their project idea to a panel of large corporations and financial organization as potential investors
    • Brussels exporters day 2019: Are you a Brussels based company? take the chance to meet our economic and commercial attaches and we will offer you the opportunity to prospect the world in a day

    In clear, one movement to Brussels, multiple business opportunities!




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    Launch of the S2S4E Decision Support Tool

    Barcelona Supercomputer Center

    14.00-16.00
    Norway House, Rue Archimède 17

    The H2020-funded project S2S4E will present its new Decision Support Tool (DST) for the renewable energy sector. The DST has been carefully co-designed with leading industrial stakeholders to assist in decision-making and become a game-changer for the electricity market. The event, led by the S2S4E project coordinator Albert Soret, will unveil the main features of the new DST, share the journey of its making with the audience and discuss the future of co-creation in climate services.




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    Digitalisation in Energy challenges and opportunity for consumers and security of the system

    CEPS with the support of Acquirente Unico S.p.A

    17.30-19.30 (reception will follow)
    CEPS, Place du Congrès 1, Brussels

    Digital technologies and big data are creating new opportunities for market players from energy and other sectors embracing innovation. The EU regulatory framework will need to be adapted in order to take into account specific energy features such as security of supply, grid and systems stability and the need to reduce vulnerability of critical infrastructure.

    A high-level CEPS Energy Climate House workshop with the support of Acquirente Unico S.p.A will discuss on-going initiatives and identify news ways forward.

    Discussants:

    • Dominique Ristori, Director-General, DG Energy, European Commission
    • Andrea Peruzy, President and CEO, Acquirente Unico
    • Luis Cabra, Executive Managing Director of Technology Development, Resources and Sustainability, Repsol
    • Jane Chang, Executive Advisor, Group Technology and Innovation, Centrica
    • Bruno Libhaberg, Director General, CERRE