Registration open for EUSEW 2022 in Brussels and online

Registration open for EUSEW 2022 in Brussels and online

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June 17, 2022






June 17, 2022





Registrations are now open for in-person and online attendance at EUSEW 2022, which will be held from September 26 to 30. The call is open for in-person attendance at the event in Brussels and for online participation.

The space for participation in the European Sustainable Energy Week – EUSEW 2022 onsite in Brussels is limited. Organizers invited you to register now to secure your spot at the event.

As part of this year’s edition of EUSEW, organizers preparing a policy conference, networking opportunities, an energy fair with innovative projects in the field of green energy, the EU Sustainable Energy – EUSEW Awards ceremony, and the third European Youth Energy Day.

Organizations invited you to join vital conversations about the REPowerEU plan, digitalization, energy efficiency, and securing a fair energy transition for all.

The EU Sustainable Energy Week will be held from September 26 to 30 in a new, hybrid format, with live speakers onsite in Brussels and online on the EUSEW platform.

Voices of clean energy experts offer valuable guidance for Europe’s future

This year’s motto of EUSEW is ‘Going green and digital for Europe’s energy transition’. Voices of clean energy experts offer valuable guidance for the future of Europe, the invitation reads.

The event in Brussels will bring together government institutions, private companies, NGOs, partners in EU projects, researchers, and consumers to promote green and digital initiatives for Europe’s energy transition.

Everyone who is passionate about sustainable energy and is interested in the European Sustainable Energy Week is welcome to join the discussion by using the hashtag #EUSEW2022 on social media, the organizers pointed out.

EUSEW is the largest annual event dedicated to renewable energy and efficient energy use in Europe. It is organized by the European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA) in cooperation with the Directorate-General for Energy.

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