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European Sustainable Energy Week
News article5 June 2023European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency

Make the most of EUSEW 2023: our guide to the event

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The European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) happens once a year, but play your cards right during the event and you can continue to reap the benefits all year round. Take note of our insider tips to ensure a fruitful week whether you are onsite in Brussels or joining us online.  

Personalise your calendar

The brand-new EUSEW online platform not only lets you stream all Policy Conference sessions from wherever you are in the world, but acts as a convenient planner where you can star the sessions you want to attend and put together a day-by-day timetable for the week so you never miss anything important.  


Reconnect with your community

Meeting other professionals working in the clean energy sector is one of the most valuable takeaways from the event. Log in to the platform to find out who else is joining and start messaging people whose work aligns with yours thanks to filters that let you explore different categories before the event.  


Mingle with organisations

This year’s Energy Fair is taking place onsite only, to boost in-person encounters and networking. You can already find out who is holding a stand and where to find them on our online platform.  


Engage with young energy professionals

The European Youth Energy Day takes place on the afternoon of Tuesday 20 June, but its outcomes will shape discussions throughout the week. Tune into the dedicated youth session organised by YES-Europe and look out for messages and inputs from our 30 Young Energy Ambassadors during the event.  


Space for spontaneity

As helpful as it is to plan your time with us at EUSEW, it is also worth making sure you leave some time for chance encounters with our sustainable energy community. Onsite participants benefit from coffee breaks… and everything that makes our in-person community so special.  


Look beyond Brussels

Independently-organised Sustainable Energy Days are still taking place around the world all summer, so keep an eye on what is taking place near you and get involved with clean energy initiatives in your local area.