The project has been awarded in the framework of the EU Sustainable Energy Week.
First, a high-level jury appointed WiseGRID as Best Energy Project of Europe in the category of Businesses. One of the reasons WiseGRID stood out is because it proves that social revolution and innovative technologies can go hand in hand.
Secondly, the project received the EUSEW Citizens Award, which was awarded by a popular vote!
Antonio Marques, director of ETRA, the coordinator of WiseGRID, explains: “We are very happy for both awards in fact, but especially for the Citizen’s award because this means it is not just the technology who is ready to help push forward the energy transition, but society as well is willing to embrace the energy transition. This is a good stimulus for us to keep on working hard to make the WiseGRID solutions a reality.”
The project's partners would like to thank everyone who honored us with a vote and of course to EUSEW excellent organization and hospitality!
This year’s European Sustainable Energy Awards saw twelve finalists competing for five awards in the categories consumers, public sector, businesses, young energy leaders and a special citizen’s award, resulting from public voting. These annual awards honour a commitment to sustainable energy, energy security and energy efficiency and form major pillar of the EU’s annual Sustainable Energy Week Policy Conference.
June was undoubtedly a month of success for WiseGRID. which managed to win 3 awards in 2 very important events. For all partners of WiseGrid_EU, this recognition fills us with joy, satisfaction and responsibility in providing technological solutions enabling something so important as the energy transition!
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Published: 11 June 2019, by the European Commission
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