Finalists of EUSEW Awards 2023 announced
Our high-level jury has selected nine finalists across three categories (Innovation, Local Energy Action and Woman in Energy) for their impact on Europe’s energy transition. The European Sustainable Energy Awards (EUSEW Awards) recognise outstanding individuals and projects for their innovation ...
Revised Energy Efficiency Directive: New rules, more savings, higher benefits.
By Arianna Vitali Roscini, Secretary General at the Coalition for Energy Savings. Energy savings and energy efficiency are at the heart of the European Union’s strategy to improve energy security, cut greenhouse gas emissions, and make the energy transition more affordable for citizens. With the .
Inspiring encounters: make the most of networking at the EUSEW Energy Fair
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 ...
EUSEW goes young: European Youth Energy Day 2023
The European Youth Energy Day returns for its fourth edition this year as a campaign to put the spotlight on 30 Young Energy Ambassadors driving forward Europe’s energy transition. A new format will maximise participation, giving young professionals from the field of clean energy and climate change
Registrations now open: secure your onsite spot at EUSEW 2023
Save your spot now to participate in pivotal discussions about Europe’s clean energy transition, upskilling in the energy sector, decarbonisation, energy efficiency and inclusion.
From fringe to mainstream: the opportunities (and risks) of a thriving community energy movement
By Dirk Vansintjan & Chris Vrettos - The current energy crisis has exposed the vulnerability of profit-oriented, fossil based, centralised energy systems. Energy cooperatives across the EU are providing local clean energy solutions as a way to build energy security, tackle energy poverty, and ...
Everyone has a part to play: citizen engagement and energy efficiency
By Marianna Montauti – YES-Europe Member. Energy efficiency is a key strategic priority for the EU. The combined actions of consuming energy in a cost-effective way and minimising energy waste will be essential to reduce our primary energy consumption and solve the energy trilemma (security of ...
Throwback to last year’s Sustainable Energy Days: takeaways for 2023
Over 100 Sustainable Energy Days took place around the world under the umbrella of the European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) 2022. From Luxembourg to Ukraine and from Panama to India, events with original formats gave the participants the opportunity to implement solutions, forge relationships ..
Lower bills and greater skills: what is on the European energy policy agenda?
The soaring energy prices have citizens demanding more from Europe’s clean energy transition. Alongside the challenge of addressing climate change, European energy policy has ambitious socio-economic targets, and the European Year of Skills clearly reflects this agenda: how can the sustainable ...
Social safeguards: the key to a successful renovation wave
By Marine Cornelis, Next Energy Consumer. The Renovation Wave aims to drive forward EU climate and social commitments by improving energy efficiency and sustainability in homes whilst protecting the most vulnerable. Regrettably, in some areas, renovation policies are causing “renovictions”, as retr