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ENEP represented at EUSEW 2016

2100 participants, 9000 Award votes, 12 400 Tweets potentially reaching 18 million accounts, 270 000 page-views that was EU sustainable Energy Week 2016… The week brings together public authorities, private companies, NGOs and consumers to promote initiatives to save energy and move towards renewables for clean, secure and efficient power. It allows participants are setting out with new ideas, connections and motivation to build Europe’s sustainable energy future and empower energy consumers. EUSEW Energy Days carry on throughout June.  ENEP participated for the second year in the EUSEW networking village.  Simon Pascoe was joined once again by Michiel Steernemans from FEDEC where the theme of the ENEP networking stand was - Driving energy efficiency through accredited skills in the Europe Union.  The stand which is pictured below was located in Residence Palace where visitors from public, private and NGOs networked and talked to the ENEP representatives. The Networking Village involved 14 exhibitors and once again served as a high profile opportunity to promote ENEP and its work with the energy federations in promoting the profession of energy advisers and professionals and will as networking with representatives from the private sector.  Visitors to the ENEP stand included the European Commission representatives, EASME (the European Agency for research, SME and environment funding programmes), private sector representatives including Toyota and Bouygues as well as project promoters for new and existing projects. Special highlights this year were the Citizens’ vote for the Energy Awards, new features on the app to speed up informal networking, a Twitter wall to share news and views as they happened, a musical dimension from conference ambassador Sudha Kheterpal and a conference tombola offering a test-drive for a day hydrogen electric car which ENEP’s representatives missed out narrowly on winning! In addition to the conferences workshops and networking opportunities during the week, the EUSEW website received 66 000 visits and over 270000 page views in the month leading up to the conference. Tweets around #EUSEW had the potential of reaching a staggering 18 million Twitter accounts so ENEP’s efforts were well rewarded for being part of the 2016 edition. See pictures of ENEP stand in Residence Palace

Webstreams of the policy conference can be streamed via http://eusew.eu/livestreaming

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