This year, the European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) will once again take place in a hybrid format, with the possibility for speakers and attendees to participate both in Brussels and online on 20-22 June 2023.
Onsite attendance will take place at the European Commission’s Charlemagne building and the nearby Martin’s Hotel, with all sessions being livestreamed through the dedicated online event platform.
GET THE MOST OUT OF EUSEW WITH ONSITE ATTENDANCE
To make the most of the event’s networking facilities, be sure to select onsite attendance when you sign up. Choosing to participate onsite will give you the opportunity to connect with other participants face to face at the Energy Fair, where organisations driving forward Europe’s energy transition will be sharing their work at the dedicated stands. Moreover, EUSEW’s online platform will help you identify most interesting contacts among the participants, so that you could get the best out of your time at the event itself.
START PLANNING YOUR WEEK AT EUSEW 2023
This year’s Policy Conference, with the theme of ‘Accelerating the clean energy transition - towards lower bills and greater skills’ will offer sharp insights into the skills opportunities and needs opened up by the energy transition, as well as energy efficiency, renewables, decarbonisation, affordability and inclusion. Discover the programme and start planning your week now by bookmarking the sessions that interest you.
Alongside researchers, energy experts, practitioners and civil society representatives, this year’s high-level speakers include Mechtild Wörsdörfer, Deputy Director-General, Directorate-General for Energy; Emma Wiesner, Member of the European Parliament; Bertrand Piccard, psychiatrist and explorer; and Kata Tüttő, Deputy Mayor of Budapest. Check out their profiles and those of over 350 other speakers to learn whose insights and experience are most relevant for your work.
- Publication date
- 18 April 2023
- European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency