The deadline for the Sustainable Energy Europe Awards, which highlight the best sustainable energy projects taking place across Europe, has been extended to Monday 16 March 2015.

The Awards highlight the very best sustainable energy projects taking place across Europe today, recognising their efforts and achievements and showcasing them as best-in-class practices.

This helps to boost replication and inspire new alliances in support of the EU’s energy and climate objectives.

Nominees and winners will benefit from communications support and increased visibility to stakeholders, the press and the general public. Articles and videos will present them as innovation leaders and role models in sustainable energy.

Winners will be announced in a ceremony to take place in Brussels (Belgium) during Sustainable Energy Week 2015.

For this 9th edition, the Awards include three categories:

Renewable energyEnergy efficiencyCities, communities and regions

All eligible private companies, public authorities, energy agencies, NGOs, co-operatives, chambers of commerce, industry and consumers associations, media, academic institutions and research and technological centres (excluding studies and theoretical research projects without any long-term, real-scale implementation directly linked to renewable energy or energy efficiency) can participate.


Original author: Editor