EU Sustainable Energy Week: Reshaping the European Energy System
The Policy Conference of the EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) is the largest annual European conference dedicated to renewables and efficient energy use in Europe. This year’s Policy Conference will be organised digitally on 25-28 October, under the theme ‘Towards 2030: Reshaping the European Energy System’. Check the official event website for more information and follow the discussion on Twitter #EUSEW2021.
Orgalim partners with EUSEW
As in the previous years, Orgalim is a strategic partner of EUSEW 2021, contributing to the discussion on how policy makers and EU industry can work hand in hand to achieve EU's climate and energy goals.
In the words of Malte Lohan, Director General of Orgalim: “Europe's energy system must transform to successfully fight climate change and reach the goals of the European Green Deal. Cutting-edge technology will be at the heart of this transition. We look forward to bringing our industries’ perspective to the discussions during the EU Sustainable Energy Week”.
Our President Rada Rodriguez has been appointed Digital Ambassador and will join the main conference programme on 25 October from 14:00 – 15:30.
Contributing to the dialogue
Building up to the event, Orgalim is contributing to the discussion with a series of articles about the importance of reshaping the European energy system, which can be found on EUSEW’s website.
In our latest blog “Flexible Buildings: Key enablers of the new energy system” we looked at real-life examples of how we can decarbonise our buildings and accelerate the energy transition.
We also sat with our Policy Director Christoph Luykx to discuss the challenges and endless possibilities of integrating renewable energy systems - read his interview on EUSEW’s website.
Stay tuned for more articles and events under the theme ‘Towards 2030: Reshaping the European Energy System’.
If you have any questions about Orgalim's participation in EUSEW 2021, don't hesitate to contact us at email@example.com
Reshaping the European energy system will not only depend on having the right technologies, but also on providing the legislative and investment framework to empower and incentivise the different stakeholders to deploy them