Coming soon: World Sustainable Energy Days, 21-25 June 2021

Boosting economic recovery with the energy transition! This is the focus of the next World Sustainable Energy Days (WSED) from 21-25 June 2021 in Wels,Austria. Take a look at the programme!

The event is a “special edition” of their annual conference as a hybrid event: You can participate online from anywhere in the world. According to current planning, on-site participation will also be possible (following COVID rules in place at the time of the event). Registered participants will receive detailed guidance prior to the conference. On-site conference days in Wels/Austria will be 22 – 24 June.

The European Energy Efficiency Conference shows how we can make a green recovery happen in practice and how energy efficiency can contribute as an investment engine. Over 70 international speakers present the policies, technologies, markets, and financing solutions that can get us there!

Programme highlights:

  • Energy efficiency & green recovery
  • Solutions for mainstreaming e-mobility
  • The industrial energy transition in practice
  • Renewable and energy-efficient heat and cold technologies for industry
  • Workshop: Green finance, sustainable buildings, renewable energy and innovative technologies

Please note that on June 21st there is a Young Biomass Researchers Conference and a Young Energy Efficiency Researchers Conference. This has been a mainstay of WSED and has played a key role over the years in encouraging new generations of researchers.

Normally held in February or March, WSED had to change dates thanks to the impact of the Covid pandemic. So, it is encouraging to see this event being held. EiD wishes it all the best and encourages readers to consider participating.

Mark your calendar and register today at

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