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Merve Güngör, who has been working at EKOenergy’s Secretariat since 2016, is one of three finalists shortlisted for the EU Sustainable Energy Awards 2021 in the Young Energy Trailblazer category. The award recognises outstanding activities carried out by young people (under 35) which advance the clean energy transition in Europe and inspire ambitious climate and energy action.
Please vote for Merve Güngör from EKOenergy on the voting page (on the website of the EU Sustainable Energy Week 2021). Voting doesn’t require registration and takes less than 5 seconds!
You can find more information about why Merve has been nominated on the website of the EU Sustainable Energy Week 2021.
Also see the video below, made by the organisers of the EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW). We added subtitles in 11 languages.
More information about the awards and about the EUSEW
The EU Sustainable Energy Awards recognise champions of 2030 climate and energy targets. Twelve outstanding individuals and projects are highlighted at the EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) 2021 for their innovation in energy efficiency and renewables. Finalists were chosen from a list of the year’s most successful projects for clean, secure and efficient energy. The awards have four categories – Engagement, Innovation, Woman in Energy and Young Energy Trailblazer – as well as the Citizen’s Award, which will be received by one of the projects in the first two categories. Prizes will be awarded by an expert jury (for Engagement and Innovation), and by citizens via a public vote, which is open until 22 October 2021.
The five winners will be announced on Monday 25 October during EUSEW2021. EUSEW 2021 runs from 25 to 29 October 2021, under the theme ‘Towards 2030: Reshaping the European Energy System’. Taking place ahead of the decisive COP 26, the event brings together energy policy experts, industry leaders, academia and civil society representatives to discuss how forward-looking policies for decarbonisation, energy efficiency, climate mitigation, and many others comprising the European Green Deal, can help rebuild a better and more resilient society and economy.
Published on 24 September 2021