Throughout the week, and the whole month of June, events will take place across Europe – known as ‘Energy Days’ – and a high-level policy conference will take place at European Commission buildings in Brussels during the week of 15-19 June.
An Energy Day involves activities such as exhibitions, conferences, performances, guided tours, open days, workshops and concerts which are not-for-profit and are aimed at promoting secure, clean and efficient energy. If you are keen to organise an Energy Day, find out more.
EU Sustainable Energy Week will also feature a competition to find the best energy projects across Europe – the Sustainable Energy Europe Awards. If you manage an exemplary energy project and would like to share it with the European public and get recognition from the European Commission, then we want tohear from you! Deadline for entries is 28 February 2015.
Discover the event aimed at spreading best practices, inspiring new ideas and building the alliances that will help meet the EU’s climate and energy goals.
EU News Release http://ec.europa.eu/energy/en/news/eu-sustainable-energy-week-2015-%E2%80%93-save-date