Keeping a long-standing tradition, EU institutions will open their doors to the public this Saturday, 28 May. DG Energy and DG Clima will have a stand in the Commission’s Berlaymont building near Rond Point Schuman, Brussels.
Hosting the ‘Energy Union and Climate Action village’, the two DGs will showcase what a city of the future will look like complete with zero-energy model buildings and electric vehicles. There will also be a quiz and game for attendees, available in many different languages.
Visitors can help to produce the clean energy that will run the transport, heat the houses and light up the streets in the ‘village’. Meanwhile, children will be invited to make the city more colourful by painting the walls, squares and buildings.