As Europe’s energy transition gathers pace and addresses new challenges, it has never been more vital for our community of clean energy actors to build fruitful connections and share ideas. That is why this year’s Energy Fair at the European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) will take place fully onsite on 20-22 June, giving attendees the chance to connect and network face to face with organisations and associations making a difference in clean energy.
From start-ups to campaigners, and from youth associations to networks of local authorities, expect to meet individuals from a diverse range of initiatives driving forward the energy transition. Representatives at every stand can answer your questions, share insights and give you helpful feedback.
Check out who is holding a stand and start planning your visit to EUSEW 2023.
Even if you have carefully planned your visit, the onsite Energy Fair opens up possibilities for chance encounters that could prove vital for your project or initiative. Maybe a banner from one of the stands catches your eye, or you end up bumping into an old colleague working on an exciting new campaign: prepare for the unexpected.
Stand-holders are encouraged to boost interactivity at the fair by hosting mini pitches to give participants a bite-sized insight into their work. If something attracts your attention, make sure you stick around to ask questions and find out more.
Whether you wish to prepare better for navigating the fair with ease or are unable to join EUSEW onsite in Brussels on 20-22 June, our newly launched online platform has got you covered. While this year’s Energy Fair is onsite only, you will still be able to find out who is attending and exchange messages with them and any other participants virtually during the event via the platform. The full list of participating organisations will go live a few weeks before the event: keep an eye out for more information.
- Publication date
- 2 May 2023
- European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency