The EU has opened the online registration for organising Energy Days events, including for Eastern Partner countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine). Any activity can be considered as an Energy Day, as long as it promotes clean energy and takes place in May or June 2018.
Members of the public, local public authorities, energy agencies, businesses and NGOs who are interested in organising an Energy Day can register their event on the EU Sustainable Energy Week website to give their Energy Day maximum publicity.
The Energy Days are a key component of the EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) – Europe’s biggest event promoting sustainable energy, which will take place on 4-8 June 2018. Their aim is to promote energy efficiency and renewables. A wide and varied selection of events will take place, attracting participation from families and individuals interested in the clean energy transition.
More details about how to register an Energy Days event are available in the Energy Day Organiser Guidelines and interested candidates can find the registration form on the EU Sustainable Energy Week website.
There is no official deadline for registration. The only requirement is that the Energy Days take place during May and June 2018 and that they are submitted on time to benefit from greater visibility at the EU Sustainable Energy Week itself (4-8 June).
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