Brussels, 2 September 2022 (TDI): The European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) Policy Conference is to be held from 26 to 29 September 2022.

It will be held in the Charlemagne Building of the European Commission in Brussels. It is the biggest annual European conference dedicated to renewables and efficient energy use in Europe.

European Commission (Directorate-General for Energy and CINEA) is organizing the event.  The overall main theme of the event is “ Going Green and Digital for Europe’s Energy Transition” this year.

Agenda of the Conference

The policy session is led by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO). EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) Policy Conference provides an opportunity to promote and engage with issues surrounding renewables and Europe’s energy transition.

The energy agencies, public authorities, industry associations, businesses, civil society organizations, and the media are all invited to take part in the conference.

The panelists will discuss topics relating to the Joint European action for a more affordable, secure, and sustainable energy (REPowerEU) plan.

Moreover, the plan is to boost the EU’s energy independence, financial support for the green transition, and the need to cooperate globally to enact meaningful climate action.

Sessions of the conference will be organized by the European Commission and energy stakeholders. The conference focuses on sustainable energy issues and debates, new policy developments, best practices, and sustainable energy ideas.

Likewise, it will highlight how local renewable energy ownership can contribute to the European Union’s access to affordable energy.

It identifies existing means and gaps for digital tools that can help energy communities deliver system and community benefits.

In addition, it will also focus on the significance of digitalization for Europe’s energy transition. Digitalization can foster a host of innovative actions and business models.

Last but not the least, the session will also address the question of how young people can engage in energy communities.