The committee is still looking for a few members to complete its team on the road to 2023! Whether you are interested in sustainability, energy, or just want to organize an inspiring and professional event next to your studies, this is a good opportunity! Learn more here!
Do you have any questions or want to know more over a cup of coffee don’t hesitate to send us a message via Linked In, Instagram or send an email to energynow.tue.nl.
New edition means new program: we are looking for new partnerships to make this edition a reality, and bring new topics around the sustainable energy table. At Energy Now, it is possible for you to involve a student-based audience in a case-study, have a stand at our market fair, or being part of the plenary session through a keynote. To have an impression of last years edition, take a look around at our website.
This years vision and theme will be published soon so stay tuned!
Are you interested or do you have any questions? Feel free to send an email to energynow.tue.nl.
The future of our cities depends on the decisions we make about our energy now. From where it is sourced to how it is consumed will determine our living environment for generations to come. As a species we depend on energy in every aspect of our lives and by 2045 the world’s urban population will have reached 6 billion. This exponential growth of city-dwellers will present one of the major challenges of the coming century. How can we provide the required energy while accommodating for this increased urban expansion and energy consumption while transforming already existing infrastructure to reduce emissions and prevent further global warming? By adopting novel technology and methodologies into our urban energy systems we can make them digitalised, decentralised and decarbonised. Want to find out how we will make this possible? Then join us at the EnergyNow2022 congress where you meet those who are finding solutions today, to solve the problems of tomorrow!
Energy Now is supported by the energy learning community. You can find more information on their project on https://www.project-elc.nl/