European Energy Efficiency Conference 2020

Start/Stop Date:
04–06 Mar 2020
OÖ Energiesparverband
Wels / Austria
Focus Areas:
energy efficiency, renewable energy sources, energy-efficient, e-mobility and sustainable solutions for buildings and industry,
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The clean energy transition is taking on a new dynamic in Europe and worldwide. "Energy efficiency first" is at the centre of this transformation process. This requires strong policies, competitive businesses, technology innovation, investments and the involvement of the citizens. By addressing these topics and more, the annual European Energy Efficiency Conference attracts over 400 participants from over 50 countries each year.

In just 2 days, the event offers delegates a comprehensive package:

  • 5 dedicated conferences
  • up-to-date information on markets, policies, technologies, financing, business models, research and case studies
  • a major energy efficiency tradeshow  with 1,600 exhibiting companies
  • hands-on experience through technical site visits
  • networking with energy efficiency businesses, research and policy makers
  • Austrian hospitality!

The audience: the whole energy efficiency sector!

  • a wide range of business actors engaged in the energy transition: technology and equipment companies, energy companies, service providers, planners, developers, financing community etc.
  • the energy efficiency research community
  • representatives from public bodies (e.g. EU institutions, national, regional and local governments, energy agencies)
  • over 400 experts each year from more than 50 countries!

The conference venue: Upper Austria - a leader in the clean energy transition

Upper Austria, one of Austria's nine regions, is a leader in the clean energy transition, making the region an ideal location for this conference. Through significant increases in energy efficiency and renewable energy, greenhouse gas emissions from buildings were reduced by 41 % in 10 years. 58 % of all space heating and 31 % of the primary energy in Upper Austria already come from renewables. Over 2 billion Euro are invested annually in the energy transition.