The energy intensive sector is of huge importance to the energy transition. Although the sector is slowly changing from being energy consumers to being energy prosumers and has shown steady progress in improving energy efficiency, there is still a lot of progress to be banked. Commercial and Industrial energy users currently consume 26% of Europe’s energy annually. With Europe targeting a 40% CO² emission cuts by 2030 and 60% by 2040, the importance of industrial and commercial energy is crucial at the moment.
To support this progress in the energy transition, European Utility Week will support the launch of the Commercial and Industrial Energy user Days (CIED).
With a growing interest from commercial and industrial energy users and prosumers regarding the co-located events and their conference programmes, which are paramount for businesses to save costs and reduce CO² emissions, the CIED Approved Programme will walk you through all the co-located events Programmes, providing a journey that will maximise the Commercial and Industrial energy users experience in Amsterdam: there will be a CIED approved 3 day conference programme highlighting topics of interest from across each of the co-located events with specific topics being highlighted for Commercial and Industrial energy users.
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