EHPA at EUSEW

THE EU SUSTAINABLE ENERGY WEEK (EUSEW)
22-26 JUNE 2020 - VIRTUAL EVENT

 

The EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) is a two month-long series of activities across Europe promoting secure, clean and efficient energy. Launched back in 2006 by the European Commission, EUSEW brings together policymakers, stakeholders and citizens to achieve climate and energy goals for the European Union.

This year, for the first time ever, the EUSEW will be organised in digital format under the theme: ‘Beyond the crisis: clean energy for green recovery and growth’. 

We are delighted to announce that EHPA will take part in some of the sessions of the biggest event dedicated to renewables and efficient energy use in Europe.

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Friday 19 June 14.00 - 15.30

The objective of the event is to present the Informal IEQ Gathering’s manifesto and to link technical building systems, and their maintenance to the EU’s European Green Deal climate mitigation ambitions and policy initiatives, in particular, the Renovation Wave Initiative.

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REGISTER TO: BUILDINGS AS GREEN DEAL HEROES: DELIVERING ON CLIMATE, CIRCULARITY AND WELLBEING

 

 Wednesday 24 June 11.00 - 12.30

The session aims at providing concrete ideas, solutions and “no-regret” options for a successful climate transition that is feasible, economically viable and environmentally sustainable through the various opportunities that frontier technologies offer. It also aims at creating synergies with other policies, regionally and internationally such as the Digital Agenda or Circular Economy and not least fuelling the re-start of Europe’s and the global economy after the immediate tackling of the pandemic.

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REGISTER TO: CLEAN.COMPETITIVE.CONNECTED: HOW TO SUCCESSFULLY DESIGN SMART SECTOR INTEGRATION IN THE TWIN CLIMATE AND DIGITAL TRANSITION

 


Thursday 25 June 09.00 - 10.30

This event aims at inspiring the policy debate on the “Renovation Wave” in the context of the European Green Recovery.

A range of stakeholders will outline how energy efficient, flexible and renewable-based buildings should play a key role in any recovery plan while contributing to climate neutral, fostering industrial competitiveness, digital innovation, comfort and well-being of occupants. They will highlight the importance of an integrated approach to renovation to ensure buildings are highly energy-efficient, powered by renewable energy, smart and provide environmental, social and economic benefits to EU citizens and society.

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REGISTER TO: CLEAN.COMPETITIVE.CONNECTED: HOW TO SUCCESSFULLY DESIGN SMART SECTOR INTEGRATION IN THE TWIN CLIMATE AND DIGITAL TRANSITION