On September 26-29, the European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) conference was held in Brussels, which was visited by Yuliana Onishchuk, the founder of the Energy Act for Ukraine fund.
The event was dedicated to renewables and efficient energy use in Europe, creating a secure energy future.
The conference was productive and effective, so we want to share important insights with you.
The War in Ukraine on top of the energy crisis has made it clear that the energy transition has to happen faster than we originally planned. This may be achieved through the booster of renewable energy development everywhere, especially on the rooftops.
No compromises on sustainability along all the supply chains to construct the solar power plants.
Digital and social innovation are equally important for the energy transition. That's why we should expand the capacity of the energy cooperatives, the whole role is key.
All the necessary technologies to achieve renewable targets already exist, we need to use them and move forward.
The renewable energy industry should be free of unnecessary barriers - cutting long-term construction and connection permissions and focusing more on the production of local materials for renewable energy sources.