Education

Invitation to attend ENERGY 2024 for Educational Institutions

Are you between 16 and 25 years old and interested in energy, energy transition and sustainability? Join us for “ENERGY 2024”, an international online conference designed for everyone who wants to learn about climate change and sustainability! Whether you are a climate-conscious crusader or a curious mind eager to learn, this event is your chance to understand and reflect on the energy transition shaping our planet’s future.
As a student you are welcome to attend the entire conference free of charge. There are 2 sessions that are particularly recommended for educational institutions.

🗓  When:       June 4th & 5th, 2024. The platform remains open for 2 weeks.
The Energy Session for schools is on 4 June 9.30 – 13h CET
🌍 What:        Online Conference. Theme: “Building a Bright Future.”
👥 Who:         1000-2000 participants from 60+ different countries
👩‍🎓Specific session for students 16 – 25 years old!! 👨🏼‍🎓
💻 Where:      Your Screen / Your classroom. You can participate individually or as a class.
🎟️ Cost:         Absolutely FREE! To participate sign up individually on www.energy2024.org or register as a school/university by mail to education@energy2024.org
🎯 Objective: Energy awareness and support to Energy Transition & Sustainability


What to expect?
The ENERGY conference is a 2-day online event with 40-50 sessions across 10 different big themes. It takes place 100% online in an innovative online environment. You can pick and choose the sessions that interest you most. You can listen to experts and join discussion groups. It is the 5th time that we are organizing an online Energy Conference!

Sessions particularly recommended for educational institutions:
1. 4 June, 9.30 – 12.00: “Fundamentals of Energy Transition”
Presentation about Energy Transition, Serious Game, Break out groups and Discussion
Speakers/Moderators: Tessel Westendorp, Ries de Haas, Gijs Holstege
2. 4 June, 12.00 – 13.00: “Energy and Citizenship – why should we care about this?”
Speakers/Moderators: Colin Scicluna, Head of Cabinet, VP Democracy & Demography at European Commission. Interview by Therese Prisse, President of ELSA Alumni.

▶▶▶ How to attend?
Sign up individually on www.energy2024.org. In case of any questions or for registering as a school, university, or any other educational institution, please mail to
education@energy2024.org to receive the joining instructions.