The theme of this edition will be “Accelerating the clean energy transition – towards lower bills and greater skills”.
The European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) 2023 will include:
a policy conference with 7 plenary and 60 policy sessions covering topics related to skills, energy efficiency, affordability and inclusion, renewables, and decarbonization
the prestigious EUSEW Awards
the Energy Fair with more than 35 stands
the fourth edition of the European Youth Energy Day
In addition, a series of locally organised Sustainable Energy Days will take place from April to July, across Europe and beyond, to promote clean energy and energy efficiency.
EUSEW is open to international organisations, university associations, national and local authorities, professional associations, NGOs working in the field of sustainable development, consumer associations, research organisations, EU-funded projects, EU institutions, and more.