EU Sustainable Energy Award for the Eastern Partnership Countries 2020
It is time to vote: the EU-supported project helping two kindergartens in Telavi to become energy efficient through full retrofitting with modern technologies using renewable energy is one of six finalists competing for the EU Sustainable Energy Award for the Eastern Partnership 2020 and you can help it win!
The award is part of the European Union Sustainable Energy Week 2020 (EUSEW) and has been extended to the Eastern Partnership (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine) for a second time. The competition recognises inspiring EU-supported energy efficiency and renewable energy projects that directly help citizens and communities save energy or switch to sustainable sources.
A jury has selected six finalists from the entries received and the winner will be announced at the EUSEW 2020 Awards ceremony, due to take place virtually on 23rd June.
You can vote from here: https://voting.eapenergyawards.eu/. And don’t forget that the voting closes on Sunday, 14th June at 20:00 Brussels time.