The association will participate in a number of activities - including policy sessions and networking moments - during the next EU Sustainable Energy Week scheduled in Brussels from 18 to 20 June 2019.
For Energy Technologies Europe a well-packed agenda is waiting at EUSEW 2019, the biggest event dedicated to renewables and efficient energy use in Europe organised by the European Commission. Let’s see in details the activities and the topics that will involve the association and its representatives:
Energy Talk: Clean Energy Hubs to Decarbonise European Industry.
Tuesday 18 June, 14:00 – 14:30, Residence Palace
Our Secretary General, Patrick Clerens, will deliver a speech on the concept of Clean Energy Hubs and their impact on the decarbonisation of European industry. The speech will last 20 minutes and will be followed by 10 minutes of Q&A. Come to understand more about Clean Energy Hubs, their state of implementation and the results that they will achieve. Get a grasp of the session here already: http://bit.ly/2Hx77Nk
Policy Conference: Empowering Industries to Decarbonise With Renewable Gases.
Wednesday 19 June, 16.00 - 17.30, Residence Palace, Polak
Co-organised by AIB – Association of Issuing Bodies and Energy Technologies Europe, with the participation of Eurogas, Hydrogen Europe, CertifHy and EFET.
What is the potential of renewable gases in the future? Where can renewable gases play the biggest role in the decarbonisation of industry? What innovative solutions are needed? With the participation of high-level speakers, the discussion will focus on the success factors for achieving decarbonisation in the European industry and society through the use of renewable gases. Find out more about presentation, agenda and speakers here: http://bit.ly/2UZpnmg
Policy Conference: CCS and CCU for a Climate Neutral Europe.
Thursday 20 June, 16.00 - 17.30, Charlemagne, Jenkins
Co-organised by the European Zero Emission Technology and Innovation Platform (ZEP), the Global CCS Institute and CO2 Value Europe – with support from IOGP and Energy Technologies Europe.
The session will focus on the potential, value and benefits of CCS and CCU for a number of vital sectors of Europe’s economy; in particular energy and emission-intensive industries, and on the role of CCS and CCU to produce low-carbon hydrogen, which will help to decarbonise natural gas, heat and transport. The key thread that pulls all of this together is the development of shared CO2 transport and storage infrastructure, which leads to the creation of CO2 clusters in major industrial European regions, such as the Ports of Antwerp and Rotterdam. Find out more about presentation, agenda and speakers here: http://bit.ly/2UZpnmg
Don’t forget that registration for EUSEW is mandatory. Register now to the sessions that interest you more! Register here: http://bit.ly/2Eu8drf