World Sustainable Energy Days 2019
27 February-1 March 2019
Energy efficiency and renewable energy are at the core of Europe’s commitment to a clean energy transition that serves the needs of citizens, economic development and the environment.
Achieving a smart, socially fair and sustainable energy system requires strong policies, competitive businesses and technology innovation. Mastering the digital transformation of energy and buildings will be crucial for creating a thriving economy and for the success of the global clean energy transition.
The World Sustainable Energy Days 2019 connect people and empower them to embrace the necessary change - according to the motto: Clean. Competitive. Connected.
The annual conference brings together more than 650 delegates from over 50 countries from business, the research community and the public sector. The next edition will be held from 27 February – 1 March 2019 in Wels/Austria. The event will feature policies, technologies, innovation and market development. It offers a unique combination of conferences and interactive events:
8 specialized conferences provide the opportunity to learn about current trends in the sustainable energy world, and Interactive events offer networking & exchanging experience:
- "Energiesparmesse", a major trade show on renewable energy and energy efficiency
- Technical Site Visits
- Poster presentation
CALL FOR PAPERS & Propose a Speaker
Take the opportunity to share your work, expertise, ideas and insights with an international audience. There are several possibilities to get involved in the programme:
- Call for Papers
- Call Young Energy Researchers Conference
- Propose a speaker
You are warmly invited to take part in the events through contributions on the following topics: energy efficiency • renewable energy sources • energy-efficient and sustainable buildings, energy in industry, e-mobility • pellets • sustainable energy research, technologies, programmes, markets and policies • products, services, business models
Deadline for submissions: 10 October, 2018. You will find more on the call for papers here
Registration & Information: