One of the highlights of the EU Sustainable Energy Week (17-21 June 2019) is the EUSEW Awards ceremony giving recognition to outstanding innovation in energy efficiency and renewables.
The competition for 2019 EUSEW Awards is open. The competition is open to any project that could help citizens, industry and the public sector work towards the Energy Union. Eligible projects can be anything from a local initiative to an industry-wide programme. An expert jury will select twelve finalists and five winners. Also the EU citizens will have a chance to vote for their favourite.
Applications can be submitted until 11 February 2019.
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