About Eurosolar

EUROSOLAR

The European Association for Renewable Energy




•  Was founded in 1988 as the non-profit European Association for Renewable Energy.

•  EUROSOLAR works independently of political parties, institutions, commercial enterprises and interest groups.

•  Is dedicated to the cause of completely substituting for nuclear and fossil energy through renewable energy.

•  Brings together expertise from the fields of politics, economy, science, and culture to promote the entry of solar energy.

•  Provides the opportunity to play a part in the sociocultural movement for renewable energy by joining the association for everyone.


Activities


EUROSOLAR develops and encourages political and economic action plans and concepts for the introduction of renewable energy.

Activities include:

•  market research;

•  development of market entry strategies;

•  making proposals for future research and development policies;

•  provision of tax breaks to solar energy use on conversion sites;

•  modernization with the use of solar energy;

•  creation of transport and construction policies.

EUROSOLAR addresses and initiates action at the international level and also the national, regional and local levels. In this way political, scientific, technological and business expertise and grassroots commitments become an important part of EUROSOLAR's platform and produce guidelines, proposals and mandates for action

EUROSOLAR works towards a broad-based sociocultural movement in support of solar energy and towards mobilizing new political and economic initiatives and a respectful relationship with the environment in architecture and urban planning.

EUROSOLAR arranges numerous high-profile conference series and exploratory meetings on the national, European and international levels such as::

•  World Renewable Energy Assembly (WREA)

•  "The farmer as energy supplier»

•  "The case of energy autonomy: Storing Renewable Energies" (IRES)


In co-operation with its national sections, EUROSOLAR presents the European Solar Prize awards and in several countries the National Solar Prize awards. Since 1994, the European Solar Prize has rewarded towns, companies, individuals and organizations for outstanding service to the use of renewable energy.