In an effort to keep everyone safe and healthy amidst the situation surrounding COVID-19, it has been decided that this year’s edition of EUSEW cannot take place on-site, nor in its original large-scale configuration.
Despite this, we want to bring you the best EUSEW possible and are pleased to announce that #EUSEW2020 will take place as a digital event
The digital Policy Conference will run online from 23 to 25 June 2020.
Registration will launch in June!
The activities of the Networking Village have been cancelled.
For the digital format, the dates remain the same: from 22 to 26 June 2020. You are invited to join the discussions focused on the new theme “Beyond the crisis: clean energy for green recovery and growth".
To maintain the spirit of networking that the event is known for, the digital format will also facilitate (one-to-one) networking opportunities for stakeholders and energy enthusiasts from all over Europe.
EU Sustainable Energy Awards are presented during the Awards Ceremony at the Policy Conference. The Awards recognise outstanding innovation in renewable energy and energy efficiency and provide a platform for the best European projects in the field.
Organised throughout Europe by public and private organisations in May and June 2020, Energy Days encourage citizens and stakeholders to discover and debate the major issues driving the transition to sustainable energy.
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About the conference
The Policy Conference is the biggest European conference dedicated to renewables and efficient energy use in Europe. Sessions organised by the European Commission and energy stakeholders focus on sustainable energy issues, debate new policy developments, best practices and sustainable energy ideas. Next to the conference, the Networking Village brings the EUSEW Community together to forge alliances whilst the EUSEW Awards celebrate outstanding projects and ideas.
The Policy Conference of EUSEW 2020 will take place from 23 to 25 June 2020. The call for sessions is now closed.
The Policy Conference takes place in three buildings in Brussels’ Schuman district: the European Commission’s Charlemagne and Berlaymont buildings, and the Residence Palace nearby. The buildings are within 3-5 minutes walking distance from one another.
Public authorities, energy agencies, industry associations, businesses, civil society organisations and the media are all invited to take part in the conference. Past speakers and participants have come from city councils and the European institutions, private companies and research organisations, citizen groups and NGOs.
If your work supports an economy built on clean, secure, efficient energy, this event is for you. The EU Sustainable Energy Week is an opportunity to meet stakeholders promoting energy efficiency and renewable energies, learn about successful policies and inspire innovation to meet the EU’s energy and climate goals.