Interreg Atlantic Area workshop at the #EURegionsWeek
Clean energy and the sea: how do we promote the use of renewable energies to foster energy transition in the Atlantic regions?
The Interreg Atlantic Area is organising a digital workshop at the European Week of Cities and Regions on the 12th of October (14:30-16:00 Brussels time).
The workshop “Clean energy and the sea: what future for Atlantic regions?” aims to address the contribution of European funds and the importance of transnational cooperation in the delivery of innovative strategies, solutions, good practices and policies for the use of renewable energies, namely through solutions based on the sea.
António Cunha, President of CCDR-Norte and Ana Júlia Cavaleiro, Researcher at Centre of Biological Engineering, University of Minho will share their views on the policies and strategies in place to use clean energy for a green transition in the Atlantic region.
The workshop is moderated by Sandra Tavares da Silva, Executive Manager of the Atlantic Area Managing Authority.
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This year, the 20th edition of #EURegionsWeek will be held from 10 to 13 October 2022 under the motto New Challenges for Europe’s cohesion. The hybrid programme includes a virtual exhibition and sessions online and onsite dedicated to:
- Green transition
- Territorial Cohesion
- Digital transition
- Youth empowerment
To browse the #EURegionsWeek programme and register for other sessions, click here.
We look forward to see you on our digital workshop!
Published on: 2022-10-04
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