Strategic partners

The partnerships of the EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) are designed to reach out to organisations that are helping the EU achieve its climate and energy goals. Stay tuned for more information and follow our activities under #EUSEW2020.

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    Architects' Council of Europe (ACE)

    @ace_cae | Facebook

    The ACE is the representative organisation for the architectural profession at EU level. Its members are the regulatory and professional representative bodies in all EU Member States, Switzerland and Norway. Through them, it represents the interests of around 575 000 architects.

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    Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy - Europe

    @eumayors | Facebook

    The EU Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy brings together thousands of local governments. Signatory cities pledge action to support implementation of the EU 40% greenhouse gas-reduction target by 2030 and the adoption of a joint approach to tackling mitigation and adaptation to climate change.

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    E.DSO - European Distribution System Operators' Association

    @EDSO_eu | Facebook

    E.DSO is the key-interface between Europe’s DSOs and the European institutions. Its members ensure the reliability and security of Europe’s electricity supply to consumers while enabling them to take a more active part in our energy system. How? By shaping smarter grids for your future.

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    EuroACE (European Alliance of Companies for Energy Efficiency in Buildings)


    EuroACE was formed in 1998 by Europe’s leading companies involved with the manufacture, distribution and installation of a variety of energy saving goods and services, and today works together with the European institutions to help Europe move towards an efficient use of energy in buildings.

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    European Alliance to Save Energy (EU-ASE)

    @EUASE | Facebook

    EU-ASE is a cross-sectoral platform of EU leading companies, NGOs and a cross-party group of MEPs that ensures the voice of energy efficiency is heard across the business, political and social communities and shows it is a growth agenda for a climate neutral Europe.

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    European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)

    @ebrd | @ebrdgreen | Facebook

    The EBRD is a multilateral bank supporting transition to market economies and development of private sector in 38 economies across 3 continents.Owned by 67 countries, EU and EIB, the EBRD is a pioneer in financing green economy with a leading role in renewable energy efficiency as an investor and reform supporter.

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    European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E)

    @entso_e | Facebook

    ENTSO-E represents 43 electricity transmission system operators from 36 countries across Europe. ENTSO-E was established and given legal mandates by the EU’s Third Legislative Package for the Internal Energy Market in 2009, which aims at further liberalising the gas and electricity markets in the EU.

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    Orgalim, Europe's Technology Industries


    Orgalim represents Europe’s technology industries: companies that innovate at the crossroads of digital and physical technology. Their industries develop and manufacture the products, systems and services that enable a prosperous and sustainable future. Ranging from large globally active corporations to regionally anchored small and medium-sized enterprises, the companies Orgalim represents directly employ 11 million people across Europe and generate an annual turnover of around €2,000 billion.

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    smartEn - Smart Energy Europe


    smartEn is the business association for digital and decentralised energy solutions. By taking an integrated perspective on the interaction of demand and supply, their mission is to promote system efficiency, encourage innovation and diversity, empower energy consumers and drive decarbonisation.

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    @YES_Europe_Org | Facebook

    YES-Europe is the first and only youth-led organisation that unites energy engineering, policy, business, and law students from top European universities with a 750+ network of young energy enthusiasts. Their goal is to connect future energy leaders now through interactive events and knowledge sharing.