Registration is now open! Come join us for the Policy Conference of the EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) 2019 in Brussels on 18-20 June. Organised by the European Commission, EUSEW is the biggest event dedicated to renewables and efficient energy use in Europe. But it does not stop in Brussels: you can also attend Energy Days in your country!
Over 90 sessions and 100 networking activities in Brussels
Europe is already a global leader in fighting climate change. European policies implemented over the last 5 years in all policy areas have put the EU on the right track to fully embrace the clean energy transition, seizing the economic opportunities that it offers, creating growth, jobs and a healthier environment for consumers.
Now in its 14th year, EUSEW 2019 will focus on key trends and policy advancements to lead to a climate neutral economy by 2050. The Policy Conference promises to be bigger and better than ever: under the theme ‘Shaping Europe’s energy future’, around 2,600 stakeholders and 380 speakers will gather in Brussels. View the Policy Conference programme.
Complementing the Policy Conference, the Networking Village, an open forum featuring more than 100 unique networking opportunities: 24 insightful presentations, 16 exciting project pitches and 67 interactive exhibitions will foster partnerships, boost investments and develop innovative business ideas. View the Networking Village programme.
12 outstanding projects at the EU Sustainable Energy Awards Ceremony
During the opening session of the Policy Conference on 18 June, the winners of the EU Sustainable Energy Awards will be announced.
In 2019, 12 shortlisted projects have shown outstanding contribution to renewables, and cleaner energy use and production, as well as benefitting citizens and local communities. The Awards will be rewarded in 4 categories: Engagement, Leadership, Innovation and Youth. As ever, the Citizens’ Award will be determined by an online public vote. This year’s awards ceremony will also feature a special category for Eastern Partnership countries.
Energy Days organised throughout Europe
European citizens do not have to travel to Brussels to be part of the EU Sustainable Energy Week’s activities. Local public and private organisations in Member States are invited to register their sustainable energy events taking place in May and June on the interactive Energy Day map. The Energy Days offer the opportunity to discover activities/events promoting the clean energy transition across the EU.