European Sustainable Energy Week: registration is open
September 7, 2021

European Sustainable Energy Week: registration is open

Today, 7 September, registration opens for the 16th edition of European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW), the EU’s biggest annual event dedicated to renewables and efficient energy use. EUSEW will take place from 25-29 October 2021, under the theme: ‘Towards 2030: Reshaping the European energy system’.

Last year, due to COVID restrictions, EUSEW turned digital. This year, the event will again be online. Based on the traditional EUSEW concept, all participants (and speakers) will log on to the dedicated EUSEW platform and be able to take part in its programme with more than 30 different sessions.

This year’s programme highlights:

  • Digital Policy Conference with sessions organised by the European Commission and energy stakeholders;
  • EUSEW Awards in four categories – women, young trailblazer, innovation, engagement (online public vote opens on 21 September);
  • a 48-hour online communication ‘hackathon’ leading up to the second European Youth Energy Day, addressing 18-34 year olds;
  • 1:1 video meetings, virtual stands and other networking activities.

In addition, the public will be able to join more than 40 sessions of the Extended Programme (11 – 22 October) and the Sustainable Energy Days, taking place all over Europe in September and October.

Find out more

Press release

EUSEW website registration page or follow the #EUSEW2021 hashtag on social media


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