• ESP 2018

    European
    Solar Prize
    2018

    Application period
    concluded

  • ESP 2017 Vienna
    European
    Solar Prize
    2017

    awarded on
    18th November
    in Vienna

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EUROSOLAR works for the rapid and complete removal of nuclear and fossil energies through renewable energies. Support our voice for a dynamic and decentralized energy supply with your membership.

"Living from the air" is in commission now

The EUROSOLAR Spain's community wind project "Viure del aire", Living from the Air, was commissioned last month and is operational. The head of EUROSOLAR Spain, Dr. Josep Puig, said: "I'm pleased to inform that the Southern Europe's first community wind project is fully operational now. There are more than 500 people, associations and small companies participàting involved it."

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Prof. Peter Droege on the "Talking Cities" podcast

Talking Cities is a popular podcast hosted by Matt Enstice, which investigates cutting-edge innovations for cities in America and beyond and accesses the leaders creating, shaping and improving the cities we call home. In this episode, EUROSOLAR president Peter Droege talks about renewable energy, low carbon versus carbon neutrality and the dirty truth about fossil fuels. Enjoy the episode by clicking the link below!

> Talking Cities podcast with Peter Droege

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European Solar Prize 2018: Application deadline extended

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Bonn, 24 May 2018. A successful energy transition requires civic, medium-sized and municipal actors who point the way through commitment and innovation to a renewable future. EUROSOLAR's European Solar Prize puts these pioneers in the public eye and illustrate the practicable, efficient and cost-effective use of renewable energies for society.

Applications and proposals can be submitted quickly and easily online until Friday, 15 June 2018. All entries will be submitted to a qualified jury, which will decide on this year's prize winners. The call for entries is addressed to cities and municipalities, architects, municipal and private companies, associations, organisations and cooperatives, journalists and committed people who actively support the energy transition with their projects and initiatives.

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Events

13-15 March 2018

IRES 2018

12th International Renewable Energy Storage Conference (IRES) and 7th Energy Storage Europe (ESE) in Düsseldorf, Germany

15 - 16 May 2018

Municipal Utilities with Renewable Energy

The 12th edition of our conference series takes place in Nuremberg. Main focus lays on future developement of distribution grids, decentralised business models and mobility solutions.

25 August 2018

30th anniversary celebration

30th anniversary celebration in the EUROSOLAR Headquarter in Bonn

27 September 2018

30 years of EUROSOLAR: A Europe of Renewable Energies

Jubilee Symposium and Parliamentary Evening | Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Hiroshimastraße 17, 10785 Berlin

08 November 2018

5th IRES-Symposium

The IRES Symposium was launched in 2014 to complement the IRES Conference. The day event complements the conference series with the presentation and discussion of political and financial framework conditions for energy storage. The annual event takes place in Berlin in cooperation with the EnergyAgency.NRW.

17 November 2018

European Solar Prize 2018

Award ceremony for the European Solar Prize 2018 | Kunstmuseum Bonn, Museumsmeile, Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 2, 53113 Bonn

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World Council for Renewable Energy (WCRE)

WCRE

World Council for Renewable Energy

The independent World Council for Renewable Energy (WCRE) was founded to consider and deal amongst others with the increasing global energy demand, the comprehensive impacts, climate hazards, burdens to the environment, risk of accidents, conflicts around exhausting resources and focus new investments on Renewable Energy and energy efficiency.
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European Solar Prize

  • Application period concluded

    On 15 June the application period for the European Solar Prize 2018 has come to its end. We are extremely pleased with the high level of interest and participation. This year again, a large number of exciting projects, organisations and people applied for the European Solar Prize. We would like to thank all participants for their commitment.

    In the next days, the applications will be reviewed, processed and subsequently submitted to the jury for evaluation. At the end of July, the jurors will nominate the award winners during a jury session. All applicants will be informed about the results in August.

    The winners of the European Solar Prize 2018 will be honoured in the EUROSOLAR home town of Bonn. The award ceremony takes place on Saturday, 17 November 2018, at Kunstmuseum Bonn. We would like to invite you to this event. The invitation to the award ceremony will soon be published on our homepage and in our newsletter.


    Members of the jury:

    Prof. Peter Droege, President of EUROSOLAR, Architecture and urban planning
    Dr. Axel Berg, Chairman of EUROSOLAR Germany, Consulting and energy law
    Gallus Cadonau, CEO of Solar Agency Switzerland, Solar architecture
    Joaquim Corominas, President of the Association Energy Congress of Catalonia, Electrical engineering
    Hermann Fellner, Executive board of EUROSOLAR Germany, Bioenergy
    Stephan Grüger, MdL, Vice president of EUROSOLAR, Energy policy
    Wolfgang Hein, Vice president of EUROSOLAR, Economical co-operation and development
    Andre Langwost, EUROSOLAR France, Participation and financing
    Jennifer McIntosh, Executive Secretary of International Solar Energy Society (ISES), Communication and public relations
    Judith Ronai, President of EUROSOLAR Hungary, Education and communication
    Prof. Livio Sacchi, Faculty of Architecture of Pescara, Architecture and urban planning
    Prof. Jürgen Sachau, University of Luxembourg, Power systems and control engineering
    Prof. Dr. Tanay Sidki Uyar, Vice president of EUROSOLAR, 100 % renewable community and engagement

     

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  • European Solar Prize 2017 awarded to ten laureates in Vienna

    Award winner 2017

    Having previously been held in Rome, Prague and Barcelona this year’s edition of the European Solar Prize has been awarded in Vienna together with EUROSOLAR Austria. On 18th November ten nominees from ten different countries have been honored in celebratory event at the venue of Technical University Vienna (TU the Sky). The innovative projects and the outstanding commitment in the field of renewable energies were presented via movies, interviews and presentations to the audience.

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  • About the European Solar Prize

    The European Solar Prize Award was established in 1994 by EUROSOLAR in cooperation with its national sections. It has since been handed out every year to towns and municipalities, community businesses, associations or organizations, architects, journalists and individuals for their extraordinary accomplishments and significant contributions to the use and expansion of renewable energy in Europe. With the Solar Prize EUROSOLAR recognizes outstanding commitment to renewable energy.

    The prize is given to make pioneers and leaders the focus of public attention all over Europe and to give fresh impetus to a renewable energy-based and decentralized energy turnaround. It honors outstanding and innovative projects and initiatives from all parts of society. At the end of each year the award winners are celebrated at a festive gathering in different European countries.

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