The European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) is Europe's premier annual event in the sustainable energy sector, dedicated to renewables and efficient energy use and it is organised by the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Energy and the European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA).
EUSEW 2024 is set to take place in Brussels from 11 to 23 June and will spotlight crucial topics such as net-zero technologies, city and citizen initiatives, renewables, energy efficiency, international cooperation, and decarbonization.
EUSEW, in its 18th edition, stands as the largest annual event dedicated to renewables and efficient energy usage in Europe. Initiated in 2007 by the European Commission and organized since April 2021 by the European Climate, Infrastructure, and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA), in collaboration with the Directorate-General for Energy, EUSEW unites individuals committed to building a secure and clean energy future for generations to come.
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Policy sessions offer a unique opportunity for policymakers, organizations, and associations in the sustainable energy domain to shape the clean energy agenda. The event encourages innovative session formats, aiming to inspire and engage the audience. Interested parties can apply now to host sessions, contributing to the dialogue on Europe's transformative energy systems, infrastructure, and competitiveness.
For those keen to learn more and participate, an EUSEW Info Session will be held online on Wednesday, 15 November, from 11:00 - 12:30 CET. This session will provide essential insights, allowing attendees to pose questions and enhance their chances of involvement in one of Europe's most significant clean energy campaigns.
Shape the future of sustainable energy by being part of EUSEW 2024!
- Publication date
- 10 November 2023