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SET Award Ceremony & BETD Evening Reception

Join us online for the 7th SET Award Ceremony and Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue Evening Reception, live from WECC in Berlin and find out who will make a dent in the global energy transformation!

Start Up Energy Transition (SET)

March

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19:30

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SET Award Ceremony & BETD Evening Reception

Join us online for the 7th SET Award Ceremony and Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue Evening Reception, live from WECC in Berlin and find out who will make a dent in the global energy transformation!

Start Up Energy Transition (SET)

The SET Tech festival 2023 is a one-day event in Berlin bringing together a global network of innovators shaping the future of energy (start-ups, innovation-driven corporates, investors, & public organisations). The SET Award Ceremony is the traditional closing of the one-day SET Tech Festival and will be held in collaboration with the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD). Join us online for the 7th SET Award Ceremony on 28 March 2023 at 19h30 (CET)

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19:30 | SET AWARD CEREMONY & EVENING RECEPTION

Announcement of the SET Award 2023 Winners

During the SET Tech Festival, the fifteen finalists will pitch their innovations to the audience. At the glorious SET Award Ceremony & BETD Evening Reception, 2023 winners of the five SET Award categories will be announced, followed by a drinks reception and entertainment.

Be prepared for an inspiring programme led by our fantastic moderators Geraldine de Bastion and Andreas Kuhlmann. We are very happy to have great laudators joining us to share their stories and reward winners of the five impact categories.

Moderators:

o   Andreas Kuhlmann, CEO, German Energy Agency

o   Geraldine de Bastion, Founder, Global Innovation Gathering

Laudators:

o   Anja Hajduk, State Secretary, Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action

o   Jennifer Morgan, State Secretary and Special Envoy for International Climate Action, Federal Foreign Office

o   Mark Van Stiphout, Deputy Head of Unit for Research, Innovation, Competitiveness and Digitalisation, European Commission

o   Elizabeth Press, Director of Planning and Programme Support, IRENA

o   Lubomila Jordanova, Co-founder & CEO, Plan A

o   Adrian Chua, Deputy Secretary Singapore

o   Kersti Berge, Scottish Government Director of Energy and Climate Change, Scotland

The finalists from the five impact categories are:

- Clean Energy & Storage: Energy Dome (Italy) | Granular Energy (France) | Roofit.Solar (Estonia)

- Mobility & Transportation: Elonroad (Sweden) | Navalt Solar & Electric Boats (India) | Spark e-Fuels (Germany)

-  Industry: BeChained (Spain) | Heatrix (Germany) | Rondo Energy (USA)

- Buildings & Construction: ClimateView (Sweden) | Hyperion Robotics (Finland) | Lumoview (Germany)

- Quality Energy Access & SDG7 Prize: Mega Gas Alternative Energy (Kenya) | Oorja Development Solutions (India) | Solaristique (Nigeria)

SET Award Ceremony & BETD Evening Reception

Moderators

Andreas Kuhlmann

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Chief Executive, Deutsche Energie-Agentur GmbH (dena)

Andreas Kuhlmann has been the CEO of dena since July 2015. Andreas Kuhlmann majored in physics and minored in economics at the universities of Bonn, Heidelberg and Corvallis (USA). Before joining dena, he worked as Director of Strategy and Politics at the German Association of Energy and Water Industries (BDEW) being responsible for the strategic and political development of BDEW as well as the dialogue with politics, business and the public. (https://www.dena.de/en/ueber-die-dena/geschaeftsfuehrung/andreas-kuhlmann/)

Geraldine de Bastion

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Co-Founder & CEO, Konnektiv

Geraldine co-founded Konnektiv in 2013 with René Schodder and Melanie Stilz and together with René Schodder leads the company as CEO. Geraldine is head of the consultancy department which offers different knowledge services such as expert research and analyses, project design and implementation, and strategic consultation. In addition, Geraldine is a popular moderator and public speaker at events around digital transformation, sustainability, and innovation. She hosts events such as re:publica, Start Up Energy Transition (SET) Tech Festival, and NZZ X.Days. Furthermore, Geraldine has given keynote talks for TedX events, Federal Ministry events like the Civic Innovation Platform Award, and startup events including the Nürnberg Digital Festival. Her work over the last 18 years has focused on digital transformation and international cooperation, innovation, and human rights. Geraldine has a background in political sciences and is bilingual (en/de) with an intercultural background. She has experience working with activists, governments, startups, and NGOs across the world. Geraldine is also the founder of the Global Innovation Gathering (GIG), a network of grassroots innovators, social entrepreneurs, founders, and managers of makerspaces, hackerspaces, and innovation hubs. In 2018, she authored and moderated the ARTE documentary “Digital Africa” which captures many of the innovator’s activities in the GIG network. Since 2012, she has been part of the curatorial team for the re:publica, Europe’s largest conference on the topic of the internet and society, and regularly organizes and curates events in the field of politics and digitization. In 2018, she organized the first re:publica in Accra, Ghana with over 2000 participants and over 260 speakers from across Africa. Geraldine has been a member of the BMBF Zukunftskreis since 2019. Furthermore, she has been named by the City of Berlin as a member of the City Lab Advisory Board and a member of the Smart City Strategy Advisory Board. Geraldine is part of the Development Service and Humanitarian Aid Committee (AEDHH) for Brot für die Welt.

Start-up pitches

Dorothea Strüber

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Community Growth Manager, ClimateView

Finalist in the “Buildings and Construction” category

Silvan Siegrist

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Co-founder & Managing Director, Lumoview

Finalist in the “Buildings and Construction” category

Fernando De los Rios

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CEO Hyperion Robotics

Finalist in the “Buildings and Construction” category

Sandith Thandasherry

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Founder & CEO, Navalt Solar

Finalist in the “Mobility & Transportation” category

Karin Ebbinghaus

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CEO, Elonroad

Finalist in the “Mobility & Transportation” category

Mathias Bösl

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CEO & Co-founder, Spark e-Fuels

Finalist in the “Mobility & Transportation” category

Peter Njeri

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Co-founder & CEO, Mega Gas

Finalist in the “Quality Energy Access & SDG-7” category

Etim Monic Monday

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CFO, Solaristique

Finalist in the “Quality Energy Access & SDG-7” category

Dr. Clementine Chambon

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Co-founder & CTO, Oorja

Finalist in the “Quality Energy Access & SDG-7” category

Paul Smith

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VP Sales Europe, Energy Dome

Finalist in the “Clean Energy & Storage” category

Éléonore Lazat

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Commercial Director, Granular SAS

Finalist in the “Clean Energy & Storage” category

Andreas Ahrens

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SE
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Head of Climate, Inter IKEA Group

Andreas Ahrens leads the global climate agenda for Inter IKEA Group (the IKEA franchisor) and the full IKEA value chain – from raw material extraction to product end-of-life. He is the main spokesperson for climate – internally and externally – for the total climate agenda at IKEA. He also leads the connected strategic initiative to secure that IKEA develops the organization to meet the set strategic commitments and targets to become climate positive by 2030 by reducing more greenhouse gas emissions than the IKEA value chain emits, while growing the IKEA business. He has previously worked extensively with sustainability integration into both product development and supply chain management, with special focus on climate and circular economy.

Wei Wu

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Co-founder, Heatrix

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Marcell Zámbó

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Head of Strategy & Operations Europe, Rondo Energy

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Stefano Melchior

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Founder & CEO, BeChained

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Moderators

Andreas Kuhlmann

 (
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Chief Executive, Deutsche Energie-Agentur GmbH (dena)

Andreas Kuhlmann has been the CEO of dena since July 2015. Andreas Kuhlmann majored in physics and minored in economics at the universities of Bonn, Heidelberg and Corvallis (USA). Before joining dena, he worked as Director of Strategy and Politics at the German Association of Energy and Water Industries (BDEW) being responsible for the strategic and political development of BDEW as well as the dialogue with politics, business and the public. (https://www.dena.de/en/ueber-die-dena/geschaeftsfuehrung/andreas-kuhlmann/)

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Geraldine de Bastion

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Co-Founder & CEO, Konnektiv

Geraldine co-founded Konnektiv in 2013 with René Schodder and Melanie Stilz and together with René Schodder leads the company as CEO. Geraldine is head of the consultancy department which offers different knowledge services such as expert research and analyses, project design and implementation, and strategic consultation. In addition, Geraldine is a popular moderator and public speaker at events around digital transformation, sustainability, and innovation. She hosts events such as re:publica, Start Up Energy Transition (SET) Tech Festival, and NZZ X.Days. Furthermore, Geraldine has given keynote talks for TedX events, Federal Ministry events like the Civic Innovation Platform Award, and startup events including the Nürnberg Digital Festival. Her work over the last 18 years has focused on digital transformation and international cooperation, innovation, and human rights. Geraldine has a background in political sciences and is bilingual (en/de) with an intercultural background. She has experience working with activists, governments, startups, and NGOs across the world. Geraldine is also the founder of the Global Innovation Gathering (GIG), a network of grassroots innovators, social entrepreneurs, founders, and managers of makerspaces, hackerspaces, and innovation hubs. In 2018, she authored and moderated the ARTE documentary “Digital Africa” which captures many of the innovator’s activities in the GIG network. Since 2012, she has been part of the curatorial team for the re:publica, Europe’s largest conference on the topic of the internet and society, and regularly organizes and curates events in the field of politics and digitization. In 2018, she organized the first re:publica in Accra, Ghana with over 2000 participants and over 260 speakers from across Africa. Geraldine has been a member of the BMBF Zukunftskreis since 2019. Furthermore, she has been named by the City of Berlin as a member of the City Lab Advisory Board and a member of the Smart City Strategy Advisory Board. Geraldine is part of the Development Service and Humanitarian Aid Committee (AEDHH) for Brot für die Welt.

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Start-up pitches

Dorothea Strüber

 (
)
Community Growth Manager, ClimateView

Finalist in the “Buildings and Construction” category

Read less
Read more

Silvan Siegrist

 (
)
Co-founder & Managing Director, Lumoview

Finalist in the “Buildings and Construction” category

Read less
Read more

Fernando De los Rios

 (
)
CEO Hyperion Robotics

Finalist in the “Buildings and Construction” category

Read less
Read more

Sandith Thandasherry

 (
)
Founder & CEO, Navalt Solar

Finalist in the “Mobility & Transportation” category

Read less
Read more

Karin Ebbinghaus

 (
)
CEO, Elonroad

Finalist in the “Mobility & Transportation” category

Read less
Read more

Mathias Bösl

 (
)
CEO & Co-founder, Spark e-Fuels

Finalist in the “Mobility & Transportation” category

Read less
Read more

Peter Njeri

 (
)
Co-founder & CEO, Mega Gas

Finalist in the “Quality Energy Access & SDG-7” category

Read less
Read more

Etim Monic Monday

 (
)
CFO, Solaristique

Finalist in the “Quality Energy Access & SDG-7” category

Read less
Read more

Dr. Clementine Chambon

 (
)
Co-founder & CTO, Oorja

Finalist in the “Quality Energy Access & SDG-7” category

Read less
Read more

Paul Smith

 (
)
VP Sales Europe, Energy Dome

Finalist in the “Clean Energy & Storage” category

Read less
Read more

Éléonore Lazat

 (
)
Commercial Director, Granular SAS

Finalist in the “Clean Energy & Storage” category

Read less
Read more

Andreas Ahrens

 (
SE
)
Head of Climate, Inter IKEA Group

Andreas Ahrens leads the global climate agenda for Inter IKEA Group (the IKEA franchisor) and the full IKEA value chain – from raw material extraction to product end-of-life. He is the main spokesperson for climate – internally and externally – for the total climate agenda at IKEA. He also leads the connected strategic initiative to secure that IKEA develops the organization to meet the set strategic commitments and targets to become climate positive by 2030 by reducing more greenhouse gas emissions than the IKEA value chain emits, while growing the IKEA business. He has previously worked extensively with sustainability integration into both product development and supply chain management, with special focus on climate and circular economy.

Read less
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Wei Wu

 (
)
Co-founder, Heatrix
Read more

Marcell Zámbó

 (
)
Head of Strategy & Operations Europe, Rondo Energy
Read more

Stefano Melchior

 (
)
Founder & CEO, BeChained
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