ARE YOU OUR NEXT YOUNG ENERGY AMBASSADOR?
The Sustainable Energy Week launched a call for ambitious young professional that are contributing to the energy transition. The call for application is now open until 3 March 23.59 CET.
In 2023, EUSEW presented the first cohort of 30 Young Energy Ambassadors, selected on the basis of their efforts towards accelerating Europe’s clean energy transition. They successfully brought together 22 nationalities aged between 20 and 35.
They participated in:
a world-café style co-creation session alongside representatives from the European Commission dedicated to solving concrete problems relating to the energy transition.
a , led by Yes-Europe and open to all EUSEW attendees, which explored the social, economic, and environmental issues related to energy communities and solutions to address them.
In line with last year’s theme of ‘Accelerating the clean energy transition – towards lower bills and greater skills’, the European Youth Energy Day addressed how enabling access to education, skills acquisition, and inclusive career opportunities can help drive forward the energy transition.
The European Youth Energy Day, in the context of the European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW), has been organised since 2020. Each year, it gives young participants (aged 18-34) the chance to get involved in Europe’s sustainable energy transition.
DISCOVER THE EUROPEAN YOUTH ENERGY DAY
For the fourth edition of the European Youth Energy Day, a new format was designed to maximise participation, giving young professionals from the fields of clean energy and climate change mitigation more space to share their vision, and taking on what they have to say.
In 2020, the chosen format was a Roundtable Debate with young people and Frans Timmermans, European Commission’s Executive Vice-President of the European Green Deal. For the 2021 edition, a focused on teams of young people to boost renewables and energy efficiency. The was a partner in these activities.
With 2022 declared the European Year of Youth, a prominent section of EUSEW was once again dedicated to young people and clean energy. A took place on the first day of the event, followed by a series of , significant for clean energy advancement and youth.