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'Good Practice of the Year' Award Ceremony

The Award Ceremony for the 2022 edition of our 'Good Practice of the Year' Award will be held at the Third PCI Energy Days in Brussels, on the 19th of September, and will reveal the award winners in the three categories: environment, communication and technology.

The winners of the 9th edition of the RGI 'Good Practice of the Year' Award will be revealed at the Third PCI Energy Days (19-20 September 2022) organised by the European Commision in Brussels.

The Award Ceremony will take place on Monday, the 19th of September, starting at 11.30 am CEST. Trophies will be handed out in the usual three categories:

  • Environmental Protection
  • Communication & Engagement, and
  • Technological Innovation & System Integration

To stress the importance of sharing best practices across regions and sectors, RGI will also host a best practice fair in the PCI Garden on both days of the event.

The multiple crises we are facing this year related to energy, climate and biodiversity are forcing us to develop once again new coping mechanisms that tackle multiple issues at the same time. The 2022 submissions for the ‘Good Practice of the Year’ award show practices that address our new reality and its simultaneous challenges, inspiring us all in finding new approaches and leading us to more positive horizons for developing the energy system of the future together.

There is indeed reason to look forward to the Award Ceremony, the Best Practice Fair and the Award Brochure that will not only reveal the winners, but also the jury’s favourite practices.

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Contact

Stephanie Bätjer
Programme Manager – Communication

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t: +49 30 2332 11017
stephanie[at]renewables-grid.eu

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