The European Sustainable Energy Awards (EUSEW Awards) competition highlights the success of recently completed or ongoing projects and activities as well as individual and collective actions in the field of energy efficiency and renewable energy. There are four Awards categories: Innovation, Local Energy Action, Woman in Energy and Young Energy Trailblazer. Be an active stakeholder and participate to the public vote :

  • The EUSEW Local Energy Action Award recognises an implemented sustainable energy action, driven by a group of citizens or consumers (associated to a municipality or other stakeholders), which contributes to the clean energy transition at the community or local level. It also inspires and motivates others to implement similar steps for an EU-wide deployment, resulting in economic and environmental benefits. VOTE
  • The EUSEW Woman in Energy Award recognises women who lead outstanding activities that, if replicated, help to advance the clean energy transition in Europe. Particular attention is placed on efforts in driving the gender mainstreaming agenda, and supporting equality and equal opportunities in the energy sector. VOTE
  • The EUSEW Innovation Award recognises outstanding ongoing or recently completed EU-funded projects that show an original and innovative path toward the clean energy transition. VOTE
  • The EUSEW Young Energy Trailblazer Award recognises young people (below 35) carrying out outstanding activities, that advance the clean energy transition in Europe and inspire ambitious climate and energy action. VOTE.

Composition of the high-level jury :

  • Ciarán CUFFE, Member of the European Parliament
  • Julije DOMAC, Managing Director of the North-west Croatia Regional Energy Agency, President of the European Federation of Agencies and Regions for Energy and the Environment - FEDARENE, and Special adviser of the Croatian President Zoran Milanović
  • Claire ROUMET, Director at Energy Cities