The Roger Léron award is an award that recognizes great personal effort for the green transition.
Jane Kruse, Director of the Nordic Folkecenter, has been nominated as a candidate for the Roger Léron Adward 2022. Roger Léron was one of the founders and head of the organization FEDARENE in Brussels.
Twelve candidates have been nominated for the prize for a lifetime of personal work for energy conservation, which is a necessity for climate change prevention. Jane Kruse is one of the 12 candidates.
The winner will be announced on September 27, 2022 at Rue Royale 2-4, 1000 Brussels, Belgium from 18:00, until 21:00. Jane Kruse will be present at the ceremony in Brussels.
There are 5 women and 7 men nominated for the award. It is the 7th time that the prize has been awarded. The distribution will take place during EU Sustainable Energy Week 26 to 30 September 2022.
The organization FEDARNE is an international NGO (not-for-profit organization) based in Brussels with a 12-point purpose within renewable energy, energy savings, energy storage, climate change prevention and involving young people so that their voices are heard. FEDARNE is organizationally established in the same way as Danish associations with a board, leader, employees and members. From that platform, projects are worked on within their purpose. An annual general meeting is held.
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