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Switching consumers on to renewables: lessons from the ground for the Green Deal

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BEUC, and the partners of the CLEAR 2.0 project, are organising a conference to present the learnings and policy recommendations of this EU funded project which helped guide consumers in adopting renewable energy technologies.

 

To register, click here.

 

CLEAR 2.0 (enabling Consumers to Learn about, Engage with and Adopt Renewable energy technologies) specifically addressed the main barriers to investing in renewable energy technologies and helped improve consumer awareness and behaviour, while also working on creating favourable long-term policies for consumers.

 

How successful were the consumer organisations in advising consumers to adopt renewable energy technologies? Is the legislative framework stable enough? Is it now easy for people to install a source of electricity or heating which uses renewable energy, such as solar panels or heat pumps? What lessons are there for the European Green Deal?

 

Join us for an exciting debate with the people who led the project and relevant policy-makers and authorities!

 

Switching consumers on to renewables:
Lessons from the ground for the Green Deal

 

20 February 2020, 13:00-18:00
(lunch provided at 13:00, conference starts at 14:00)

Comics Art Museum
Rue des Sables 20
1000 Brussels

 

To access the full programme and the composition of the panels, please click here

 

To register for the event, click here.

 

Organiser:
The European Consumer Organisation BEUC
Contact Name:
Monika De Volder
Contact Email: Contact Phone:
+32 2 743 15 91
Source Language:
English

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