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Applications are now closed

Applications for the European Solar Prize 2019 are now closed. Once again, we received many exciting applications from all over Europe. We would like to thank all applicants for their work towards a decentralised, 100 percent renewable, community-based energy transition.

All applications will be reviewed, processed and submitted to a qualified jury. The jury will meet in September to nominate and select the award winners.

Award Ceremony of the European Solar Prize 2019

Friday, 15 November 2019 | Belval Campus, Luxembourg

The success of the energy transition depends crucially on innovation and commitment from all parts of society. To shine a light on outstanding examples of the energy transition, EUROSOLAR is proud to present the European Solar Prize once again this year. The Solar Prize is awarded to cities, communities, architects, municipal and private-sector companies, associations, organisations and cooperatives, journalists and citizens who actively promote renewable energies through their projects and initiatives.

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Jury members

Prof. Peter Droege, President of EUROSOLAR, Principality of Liechtenstein
Urban and spatial planning
Dr. Axel Berg, EUROSOLAR Germany
Consulting and energy law
Gallus Cadonau, Solar Agency Switzerland
Architecture
Prof. Eliana Cangelli, EUROSOLAR Italy
Architecture and urban planning
Johannes Hegger, hhs architects, Germany
Architecture
Andre Langwost, EUROSOLAR France
Participation and financing
Henri Kox, EUROSOLAR Luxembourg
Energy Policy
Jennifer McIntosh, International Solar Energy Society (ISES)
Communication and public relations
Wolfgang Hein, EUROSOLAR Austria
Economic co-operation and development
Prof. Jürgen Sachau, University of Luxembourg
Energy and Control Technology

 

About the European Solar Prize

The European Solar Prize Award was established in 1994 by EUROSOLAR in cooperation with its national sections and is one of the most prestigious prizes in the field of renewable energy. It has since been handed out every year to more than 200 local actors overall who, by means of innovation and commitment, point the way into a renewable future. The award is adressed 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.

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 changing European countries.