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We recommend some interesting events and conferences in Brussels. Don`t miss them!

EIT Digital Conference

11 September, Brussels

The future of Europe`s digital innovation.

Get to know innovations and companies that will change the rules of the game in the digital wellbeing, infrastructure, cities, industry and finance domains, and educational courses to prepare students and reskill workers for the jobs of the future.

ETUCE: Supporting teachers in the European Education Area 2025: The role of education trade unions in meeting teachers’ professional needs

19 September, Brussels

Educators in Europe are faced with challenges for the present and for the future, both at European and national level, in relation to changes in the labour market, teaching profession, and social dialogue. The public hearing aims to contribute to discussions on improving teaching and supporting teachers in the European Education Area 2025.

EU PVSEC – European PV Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition

24-28 September, Brussels

Conference Programme 2018 – with almost 1,000 high-level presentations from all over the world, the programme is offering both a world-class overview and in-depth insights to the latest research in the PV solar energy sector.

The international Conference programme is structured in plenary, oral and visual presentations and covers the entire range of PV research, technologies and applications, focusing on the latest scientific, technological and market-related trends.

WindEurope: Global Wind Summit 2018

25-28 September, Hamburg

From 25 to 28 September the world´s largest wind industry event, the Global Wind Summit, will take place in Hamburg. Comprising the world’s leading wind industry expo WindEnergy Hamburg and the WindEurope global on and offshore conference, the event will put one of the most innovation-driven sectors in the spotlight.

Energy for Europe Conference

27 September, Brussels

This year’s Conference will analyse how innovation in different areas will be needed to shape the future of energy, including but not limited to technical, social and financial innovation. It will look at how EU policies can help safeguard Europe’s competitiveness in a cleaner and more efficient world and what role sustainable finance could play in boosting low-emission technologies