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The European Solar Prize Award 2020

Wednesday, 2 December, online

The success of the energy transition depends crucially on innovation and commitment from all parts of society. Facing many challenges this year, EUROSOLAR is proud to honor some of the true changemakers of 2020 with the European Solar Prize. The Solar Prize is awarded to cities, communities, architects, municipal and private-sector companies, associations, organisations and cooperatives, journalists and citizens.In these difficult times we are happy to celebrate the achievements of our winners together online, even if physically from a distance.

The awards ceremony is taking place online on Wednesday, 2 December.

Further information will follow soon.

 

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Members of the jury

Claus P. Baumeister, Board of Trustees, EUROSOLAR e.V.
Dr. Axel Berg, Chair, EUROSOLAR Section Germany
Gallus Cadonau, President, Solar Agency, Switzerland
Prof. Cangelli, University of Rome, President EUROSOLAR, Italy
Prof. Peter Droege, President of EUROSOLAR, Liechtenstein, Jury Chair
Nikos Fintikakis, International Union of Architects UIA Vice Président RII, President ARES, Greece
Johannes Hegger, Hegger Hegger Schleiff Architects, Germany
Wolfgang Hein, President, EUROSOLAR, Austria
Louise Holloway, Entrepreneur, Director of the Energy Endeavour Foundation
Andre Langwost, Secretary General of the European Solar Manufacturing Council
Dr. Panos Mantziaras, Director EcoCentury Project and Fondation Braillard Geneve, Switzerland
Jennifer McIntosh, Head of Secretariat, International Solar Energy Society (ISES), Germany
Prof. Antonio R. Riverso, International Academy of Architecture, Italy
Prof. Jürgen Sachau, University of Luxembourgr.
Josep Puig, Präsident der EUROSOLAR Catalonia Group und Spain Section

 

 

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About the European Solar Prize

EUROSOLAR established the European Solar Prize in 1994 to shine a light on renewable energy pioneers all over Europe. After over 25 years, the ESP has been awarded to more than 250 local and international actors from all parts of society. The award recognises towns and municipalities, communities, associations or organizations, architects, journalists and dedicated individuals. The Solar Prizes connect people who are paving the way into a renewable future with their innovation, commitment and hands-on work to make the #Energiewende happen.

In cooperation with EUROSOLAR's national sections, the winners are celebrated with a festive gathering in a different European city each year. EUROSOLAR is proud to present and award one of the most prestigious prizes in the field of renewable energy today.

 

 

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