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Warsaw Energy Days
June 3, 2014   
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The European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) is a series of events organized under the aegis of the European Commission and focusing on energy efficiency, climate protection and sustainable development. The series includes events held in Brussels as well as local ones organized by various partners.

Warsaw City Hall is focusing on sustainable development in all areas of municipal operations, because only coordinated efforts guarantee achievement of the goal of reducing carbon dioxide emissions by at least 20 percent by 2020, in accordance with the Covenant of Mayors signed by the Warsaw authorities. City Hall’s Infrastructure Department, which is coordinating the implementation of the Sustainable Energy Action Plan for Warsaw in the perspective of 2020, is actively involved in projects reflecting the aims of the Energy Week, hence the decision to hold the Warsaw Energy Days.

In Warsaw, an EUSEW conference will be held in June, bringing together Polish experts who professionally work in the field of energy efficiency and sustainable development. City Hall is counting on the conference being an opportunity for participants to openly share their views, experiences and best practices, and on it helping to develop initiatives in this area.

Then in September, there will be a connected outdoor event entitled Warsaw Energy Day, enabling residents to learn more about five specialist areas: low-emission transport; energy, renewable energy and energy-efficient buildings; waste and recyclable materials; water and sewage; and hi-tech systems—such as intelligent power grids—creating the smart cities of the future. This will give visitors the opportunity to review a wide range of technologies and systems in the friendly atmosphere guaranteed by the event’s partners, including the participants of the Partnership for Climate initiative that City Hall oversees.

Marta Bugaj, Marcin Wróblewski
Infrastructure Department of Warsaw City Hall
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