EUSEW18 Policy Conference registrations are now open

EUSEW18 Policy Conference registrations are now open



April 17, 2018






April 17, 2018





Registration is now open for this year’s Policy Conference at the EU Sustainable Energy Week 2018 (EUSEW). Organised every year by the European Commission, EUSEW is Europe’s largest event dedicated to renewables and efficient energy use.

The Policy Conference takes place in Brussels between June 5 and 7, 2018. Under the tagline “Lead the clean energy transition”, the programme features over 50 sessions hosted by stakeholders from throughout the EU, and by representatives from the European institutions.

At the Networking Village, you can take part in discussions and one-to-one networking sessions, listen to project pitches, enjoy the interactive presentations and exhibitions, and get inspired by new ideas.

Be sure to be on time to get your seat for the Opening session with keynote speakers and to the prestigious EU Sustainable Energy Awards Ceremony, which recognizes the most outstanding European energy projects.

Be part of EUSEW18! Register today and join thousands of energy stakeholders and policymakers.

And don’t forget! Take the discussion to your local community by organizing an Energy Day in May or June to promote the sustainable energy transition in Europe.

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