Welcome to the information page for the EU Sustainable Energy Award for Eastern Partnership Countries.

The 2020 edition of the EU Sustainable Energy Award for Eastern Partnership Countries will be launched in the coming weeks so watch this space for more information on how to apply.

The Award Ceremony for the 2019 edition took place on 18 June 2019 with CEEP/Georgian Vine and Wine Company LTD from Georgia crowned the winner.

You can see some highlights of the awards, as well as hear more from the finalists and winner, via the video links below. You can also check out the Flickr page of the EU Sustainable Energy Week Awards.


More Information

Rewatch the event: https://webcast.ec.europa.eu/eu-sustainable-energy-week-2019-18-06-2019-gasp-am

More information on the finalists

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Biomass Heating Solutions for Rural Development (Armenia, Bilateral programme)

The “Biomass Heating Solutions for Rural Development - BioRuralHeating” project aims to increase the use of energy from ...

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Development of Renewable Energy Sources (RES) in Novogrudok District – Roadmap for Ecological Clean ...

In Belarus, the “Development of Renewable Energy Sources (RES) in Novogrudok District – Roadmap for Ecological Clean Are...

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Executing works for energy efficiency of external walls and ceiling, and construction of a heating ...

At the Prichindel kindergarten in Busila, Ungheni, a project is taking place to try to solve two major problems that the...

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CEEP/Georgian Vine and Wine Company LTD (Georgia, Caucasus Energy Efficiency Programme)

Founded in 2014, SHILDA winery is located in Kakheti – the principal region of viniculture in Georgia. Before 2016 the c...

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Reducing the energy consumption and CO2 emissions in residential buildings in the city of Dolyna ...

According to the experts, Ukraine holds one of the last positions in Europe in terms of levels of energy efficiency (mai...

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Higher engineering training for environmentally sustainable industrial development ...

The “Higher engineering training for environmentally sustainable industrial development” project, based in Ukraine, crea...