Here are five good reasons to get involved:
Post date: 20 Mar 2012
Do you manage an outstanding sustainable energy project? Are you involved in eco-innovation and currently implementing initiatives in the field of energy efficiency, clean transport or the production of renewable energy?Whether a public or private actor, you can compete for energy awards designed to highlight the successes of the most outstanding, ambitious and innovative sustainable energy projects in Europe.
Post date: 14 Dec 2011
Post date: 8 Nov 2011
Wherever you are in Europe, join the EUSEW 2012 and organise an Energy Day in your city, town or region between 18 and 22 June 2012 (weekends before and after accepted).
Energy days can be any event to promote renewable energy or energy efficiency - from exhibitions, conferences, online events, and performances to guided tours, open door days, workshops, media campaigns, concerts and much more....
Post date: 3 Nov 2011
What's in it for you?
Be part of a European movement to promote energy efficiency and renewable energy by organising an Energy Day in Europe or an Event in Brussels. Three good reasons why others have joined:Raise the profile of your organisation, city or region
Get additional visibility and support from your event from us
Spread your green technology and practices
Post date: 1 Dec 2010
Be a part of it - organise an Energy Day in your city or region
Wherever you are in Europe, join the EUSEW 2011 and organise an Energy Day in your city, town or region between 11 and 15 April 2011 (weekends before and after accepted). Energy days can be any event to promote energy efficiency or renewable energy - from exhibitions, conferences, online events, and performances to guided tours, open door days, workshops, media campaigns, concerts and much more...
Events on energy efficiency will be particularly welcome in view of 2011's main focus on this theme.
Post date: 14 Jul 2010
Commissioner Oettinger will kick of the event today, 23 March, with an
opening speech "Europe 2015 and beyond". The European Sustainable Energy
Week running from 22 to 26 March 2010, will feature nearly 90 events in
Brussels and some 270 energy days across 28 European countries.
The EU Sustainable Energy Week is the high point of a year-long effort
undertaken by the over 1,200 organisations and 10,000 people that are
involved in the Sustainable Energy Europe Campaign. Launched in 2005 by
the EC it aims to support the EU targets within the fields of renewable
Post date: 23 Mar 2010
Energy efficiency in SMEs - opportunities, obstacles and needs
Future cities = heat pump cities?
Rational use of energy for space heating, current and future situation
Acceptance of biogas as a secure and sustainable source of energy for cities, rural areas and islands
Bioenergy in the national renewable energy action plans (REAP)
Sustainable Energy Communities - From strategy and vision to practical implementation and monitoring
Post date: 8 Mar 2010
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Date: Tuesday 23/03, 14:15 PMAddress: 99 - 101, Rue Belliard, B-1040 Brussels, Belgium
Post date: 15 Feb 2010