The EUSEW 2016 edition will start on the 14/06 with an opening session presented by a series distinguished guests and political figures.
Over the course of the policy conference, experts will address energy related issues, focusing on this year's main theme: consumers.
With a total of 48 sessions, the main topics will include:
1. When are you planning to submit your proposal?
Remember: the call deadline is unchangeable! Don't submit your proposal at the very last minute. Do it at least two days before 10 September! Did you spot a mistake after you submitted? You can still overwrite a submitted proposal before the deadline.
2. Is your proposal complete?
You must complete the Administrative Forms and Part B.
Remember: if even only one section is missing, it will make your proposal inadmissible.
On 23 June, the EUSEW Awards will culminate in a live Awards Ceremony to recognise the year’s top clean energy projects in the categories of Youth, Innovation, and Engagement. Winners will also be announced in the Women in Energy category. The second Eastern Partnership Award and the Citizens’ Award are decided by a public vote.
Vote for the nine EU finalists and the six Eastern Partnership finalists!
From 22 to 26 June 2020, EUSEW invites you to join the discussions centred on the new theme: Beyond the crisis: clean energy for green recovery and growth.
Here’s an overview of the Week:
- Youth Energy Day (22 June); Read more and sign up!
If you or your organisation are working in energy transition and want to exchange knowledge and best practices with other specialists in the field, then the Networking Village is the right place for you.
The call for networking activities closed on 16 March.
If you are organising an event in May or June 2020, EUSEW awaits your visionary ideas on clean and efficient energy in a format of your choice. Anything goes from a guided tour to a workshop, picnic, an exhibition or online game.
This year's competition features the following categories:
Dive into policy at the Policy Conference
More than 50 million Europeans are affected by some form of energy poverty. Low incomes and poor thermal insulation of buildings are usually at the root of the problem, therefore efficiency measures at the household level and increased uptake of renewable energy can be tools to alleviate energy poverty.
Here are some of the newly funded H2020 energy efficiency projects working on initiatives to tackle energy poverty: