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European Sustainable Energy Week 2017

European Sustainable Energy Week 2017 (EUSEW17) was launched by the European Commission in 2006 to provide an opportunity for public authorities, NGOs, civil society and private companies to work together to raise awareness and promote sustainable energy. Whilst the primary focus is on the week of 19th – 25th June, events are taking place throughout the entire month of June. There are a number of ways to get involved in EUSEW17.

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You can take part in an Energy Day which can be organised by anyone, from citizens to local authorities or anybody who wishes to promote green energy. Taking take place throughout the month of June across Europe, energy days can include such as competitions, talks, tours, workshops, or anything that engages people, encourages discussion and generates ideas. Click here to find an Energy Day near you.

The Networking Village, taking place in the Residence Palace Brussels, Belgium, 21st – 22nd June 2017 and the European Commission’s Charlemagne building, 20th – 22nd June, is an event involving a broad range of dynamic activities such as debates, interactive presentations and lively Q&A sessions, to give delegates an opportunity to engage with stakeholders.

The Policy Conference, also taking place in the Charlemagne building, 20th – 22nd June, will bring together public authorities, civil society organisations, businesses and the media to learn about best practice and successful policies.

Finally, the winner of the EU Sustainable Energy Awards will be announced on 20th June. The Awards give projects related to sustainable energy the opportunity to showcase their work and be recognised for their achievements. For examples of best practice in green energy, check out some previous winners here.

For more details on the weeks events, see the Sustainable Energy Week website here.