Due to the current health and travel situation, this year’s edition of the Clean Energy for EU Islands Forum will be held online.
The programme will focus on creating stronger links between the EU institutions and the local actions on the island. Representatives from different institutions will introduce their role in creating the enabling framework for the decarbonisation of EU islands, and island communities will present and discuss their activities with peers and EU representatives.
The Forum will further include local transition days, where islanders and transition team members are invited to meet in their communities, and feed back their latest developments and experiences to the wider EU islands community.
The last day will be focusing on exchanging ideas and impressions from the previous days in an interactive format online with links to the site-visit videos.