The Jacques Delors Institute and ICLEI Europe are pleased to invite you to the 45th edition of Breakfast at Sustainability, focusing on "Potential for energy poverty alleviation through an inclusive and democratic European Green Deal 2.0." This marks the first part of a special two-part series on justice in the energy transition.

Event Details:
- Date: February 20th
- Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
- Venue: ICLEI Europe Office, Brussels, and Online


 Transforming Energy Systems for a Fair and Democratic EU

In the pursuit of climate neutrality by 2050 and the phased-out use of fossil fuels, a unique opportunity emerges to reshape our energy systems for a more socially just and democratic European Union. The 45th Breakfast at Sustainability will shed light on the surge of diverse citizen involvement and engagement in energy projects throughout the EU. Notably, various communities are already engaged in activities aimed at alleviating energy poverty.

 Showcasing Sun4All and EnergyPROSPECTS Experiences

The event will gather insights from the experiences of Sun4All and EnergyPROSPECTS, highlighting successful endeavors in energy poverty alleviation. Participants can expect a closer look at replicable solutions that prioritize justice at the core of the energy transition.

 Towards an Inclusive and Democratic European Green Deal 2.0

As the European elections draw near, the seminar will bring to the forefront innovative solutions. These solutions aim to mainstream social inclusion in the energy transition, setting the stage for an inclusive and democratic European Green Deal 2.0. By emphasizing justice in the transition process, the event seeks to contribute to a more equitable and sustainable future for all.

Join Us Onsite or Online

You can be part of this insightful discussion either by joining us at the ICLEI Europe office in Brussels or by participating online. Register now to secure your spot and contribute to the discourse on building a future where the benefits of the energy transition are accessible to everyone.