EUSEW2023: our sessions



Building renovation
Capacity building
Efficient and resilient energy system
Energy communities
Energy efficiency financing
Energy efficiency in industry and SMEs
Energy poverty

Getting ready to attend this year’s edition of the European Sustainable Energy Week? See below where you can find our projects:

Sustainable Energy Days

01 June, 10:00-11:30
LIFE Clean Energy Transition: Smart Ready!

This session aims to shed light over the benefits of SRI roll out to a variety of stakeholders, while also addressing exploring paths to solve the most relevant hindrances to SRI implementation across sectors and across countries. European, national, and regional policy makers, construction and automation stakeholders, and real-estate investors are our primary target audiences.

05 June, 12:00-13:30
Just Energy Toolbox: Boosting skills for an inclusive and sustainable energy transition
BECoop et al.

BECoop, POWERPOOR and W4RES, three EU-funded projects, will present their toolkits and recommendations to support citizens in taking part in the just energy transition, alleviate energy poverty and encourage the uptake of energy communities.

05 June, 14:00-15:30
Citizen Engagement – Accelerate the Clean Energy Transition
Support service for Citizen-led renovation projects

This virtual session  brings together relevant initiatives and projects funded by the EC to discuss the current challenge of how to reduce the energy demand of the housing stock and the energy bills for its inhabitants, considering the energy crisis we are in. The aim of this session is to give insights on how to accelerate the decarbonisation of the existing building stock by renovating with citizen involvement.

12 June, 11:30-13:00
Supporting energy communities in tackling energy poverty and gender inequality: skill up!
BECoop et al.

This webinar offers the opportunity to discuss how energy poverty can be tackled by increasing inclusivity and skills. Speakers will address ways to strengthen inclusion by combining efforts led by municipalities, energy suppliers, civil society organisations and citizens. Experiences from working on the ground with women and vulnerable groups will be brought forward, identifying barriers and opportunities for policy making and enhanced action to alleviate their energy poverty.

EUSEW Policy Sessions

21 June, 9:30-11:00
Renewables and energy efficiency: finding the right mix to reduce fossil fuel dependency

This session addresses the ongoing debate about the optimal mix of renewables and energy efficiency to attain climate neutrality mid-century, considering multiple impacts on ecological, social, and economic sustainability.

21 June, 16:30-18:00
Tackling energy poverty through national building renovation plans

The session tries to highlight existing tools and best practices that can increase capacity, knowledge, and skills to reduce energy poverty and, therefore, potentially help Member States to formulate renovation strategies.

22 June, 14:00-15:30
Accelerating just energy transition(s) in coal and carbon-intensive regions
JUSTEM et al.

The objective of this policy session is to discuss the learnings from different EU-funded research projects (Tipping+CintranEntrances and Justem) on how to accelerate just energy transitions in Coal and Carbon Intensive Regions (CCIRs) in Europe and beyond.

22 June, 16:00-17:00
Powering up SMEs: policy measures and digital tools to support renewables and energy efficiency

This session, co-hosted by European Commission’s Directorate General Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs and the Directorate General for Energy, aims at exploring the current regulatory environment on energy efficiency and uncovering the tools available to empower and support SMEs in their path towards energy resilience. 

22 June, 16:00-17:30
Climate Neutrality needs concerted action: why is multi-level governance the solution?

The upcoming review of National Energy and Climate Plans (NECPs) could be a chance for Member States to improve their processes and use a multi-level governance approach. This session will focus on the imperative to embed local authorities and stakeholders in the update of these strategic plans and will share the different multi-level dialogue practices implemented in some of the EU Member States.


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