2020 European Energy Transition Conference
Published: 16 May 2019 - Carly Wills
The 21st edition of the European Energy Transition Conference will be held in Bordeaux, from 28 to 30 January,
The co-organisers of the event (Bordeaux Métropole, the Dunkirk Urban Community, Greater Geneva and ADEM) are launching a call for contributions in order to co-construct the edition’s general programme. Elected representatives, citizens, researchers, businesses or technicians committed to local energy transition will have from 29 April to 12 July to submit their contribution projects on the website www.assises-energie.net.
Launched in 1999, the European Energy Transition Conference has become the annual appointment for the local and regional players committed to energy transition. Intended to be an ideas laboratory and a concentrated mix of experience, the Energy Transition Conference is a melting pot of inspiration for any area involved in an energy transition initiative.
The Energy Transition Conference is an opportunity for governments and local players and their partners to collectively appropriate new national and international issues, and, above all, share successful experience and concrete solutions for implementing energy transition locally. Every year, the three day event brings together nearly 3,000 participants around a programme of over 150 events - plenary sessions, workshops, site visits, the energy transition village and the energy transition jobs forum.
All of the local and regional players committed to energy - elected representatives, citizens, businesses, researchers, university dons, industrialists, or technicians - are invited to submit their contribution proposals for the programme of workshops for the next edition on the website.