EU Sustainable Energy Week 2020
EUSEW Awards: Call for innovative projects in energy efficiency and renewables
The EU Sustainable Energy Week 2020 (EUSEW) is an annual event dedicated to renewables and efficient energy use in Europe. It is organised by the European Commission (Directorate-General for Energy and the Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises) and will be held on the 22-26 June in Brussels.
Through the organisation of conferences, networking, awards and other activities to promote secure, clean and efficient energy across Europe, it aims to bring together policymakers, stakeholders and citizens to achieve climate and energy goals for the Energy Union.
If you have an innovative project in energy efficiency and renewables, you can apply to the EUSEW Awards and submit your application until the next 10 February 2020, under the categories Engagement, Innovation and Youth.
Besides the EUSEW Awards this event will also cover a Policy Conference, Networking Village and the Energy Days.
Published on: 2020-01-28
The event will bring together Europe’s maritime community for two days of networking and knowledge-sharing
The project studies the presence of nanoparticles in aquatic ecosystems in the Atlantic Area
Successful applicants will be able to test their ocean energy technologies in real-sea conditions
“Sailing into Wellness” was adressed as an innovative approach to tackle social change
Partners had the opportunity to discuss the progress of the project and attend the open-workshop “Hydrogen for transport” organized by AREAM
Find out about Key Enabling Technologies to drive innovation and competitiveness in your business
21.03.2019, Gran Canaria
The Monitoring Committee meeting was held in Las Palmas under the 2019 Spanish Presidency of the Programme
2-day meeting to discuss advancements and plan the methodology of coming activities in the project work plan
20.03.2019, Gran Canaria
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria hosts the ceremony for the signature of the 2nd Call project contracts
The main focus is on expanded polystyrene (styrofoam), one of the most difficult plastic wastes to collect