Welcome to the Clean Energy for EU Islands Secretariat!

We are a one-stop-shop for Europe’s island communities transitioning to clean energies. Whether you are looking to connect with other island communities, technical experts, if you need support on project development, or if you're just looking for practical materials to help you advance the transition on your island - you're in the right place.

Are you looking to join the EU islands community, or curious about how we can support your community in particular? Come in, and find out!

COVID-19: The Clean Energy for EU Islands Secretariat is working from home to prevent the spread of COVID-19. This means we are not reachable via landline. We remain fully available via e-mail and look forward to hearing from you!



Today, the European Commission and 14 EU Member States signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to ensure the future of the Clean Energy for EU Islands Initiative.
Menorca just published its guidelines for decarbonising the island's energy system, based on a comprehensive vision of Menorca's energy sources, infrastructure and usage, with the aim of drastically reducing GHG emissions.
Join us on 17 June for an online event in the context of the EU Sustainable Energy Week to talk about how the clean energy transition can help islands build more resilient economies following the COVID-19 pandemic.


Find events relevant to the clean energy transition on EU islands here! To keep you informed about as many interesting events as possible, we include events organised by the EU Islands Secretariat as well as from external organisers.
07. - 13.09.2020 Online Island Innovation
The Virtual Island Summit is a free and entirely online event designed to connect global islands to share their common experiences through a digital platform. READ MORE
09. - 10.03.2021 Madeira, Portugal Energynautics GmbH
Postponed due to COVID-19: International experts will convene in Madeira, Portugal for the 5th International Hybrid Power Systems Workshop to share their project experiences and to detect areas in need of improvement. READ MORE