SHARE YOUR ENERGY
16th October 2019, Prague
When sustainability meets energy: discover the top energy projects to-date
The first energy self-sufficient urban area was built by citizens of Valencia. The most sustainable building in the world, Olympic House, stands in Lausanne. And the first gastromarket that runs on 100% green power is in Prague.
Buildings share energy they produced from sun, data analysis lowers our carbon footprint and Facebook, IKEA and Coca Cola will soon run exclusively on renewable power. It is not a dream future, but a reality we live in.
Does Czechia have enough clean power?
Companies know that showing best practice and supporting green energy producers adds value for their customers, partners and planet. Investors have uncovered the potential in innovative and smart solutions for sustainable infrastructure, cities and businesses.
Let us uncover new opportunities, use creativity and save our planet.
Start-ups and corporations. Technology and crowdfunding. Architects and visionaries.
Meet all of them in Prague.
Share Your Energy, Ideas and Experience.
Meet our speakers
Adriana works to make social impact leading Communication and Sustainable Business in Vodafone, creating first green network. She is the vice-chairwomen of the Board of Trustees of the Czech Vodafone Foundation and a member of the Council of the Government of the Czech Republic for Human Rights.
An environmental engineer specialized in green building certification at IttenBrechbühl. She was a sustainability coordinator in the Olympic House project, which has received the most points (93) of any LEED v4-certified new construction project to date.
Is a visionary entrepreneur and investor in modern energy. In 2008, Petr founded Nano Energies, an energy trading company offering businesses and households the opportunity to consume electricity efficiently and responsibly. Petr has also founded Bluelight.LI fund investing into business ideas with positive impact on our environment.
One of the Top 100 Worldwide Fintech Influencers for Sustainable Development Goals and co-founder of Climate Trade, a blockchain platform for green financing, sustainable investment and emission offsetting. He has founded numerous startups in the renewable energy.
Works in the Innovator Support Platform at the Energy Systems Catapult, helping start-ups get clean energy innovations to market. He has a keen interest in digital platforms and how these can be used to unlock the potential of local energy systems. He previously held senior management positions BlackBerry, AT&T and BT.
CEO of Estonian leading cleantech incubator driving the growth of innovative sustainable businesses in Estonia. Erki is keeping track of Estonian cleantech startups’ scene and finding the functional support mechanisms for startups, environmental awareness and sustainable development.
Ignacio Garcia Faubel
Ignacio Garcia Faubel
An entrepreneur in digital businesses. Since February 2019 Ignacio has been acting Head of Innovation & Business Development Barrio La Pinada, the first sustainable district in Spain, with own microgrid and energy sharing scheme for neighbours.
Head of Ittenbrechbühl’s offices in Lausanne and Geneva. He led the project of transformation of the Geneva train station, the new university building Geopolis in Lausanne and the new headquarters of HSBC in Geneva and was deeply involved in the IOC project of the new Olympic house.
An e-Mobility specialist at SKODA Auto working to create sustainable, connected and cost effective energy storage systems utilizing recycled batteries, optimized time of use algorithms and vehicle-to-grid.
Master of the ceremony
CEO of Nano Energies, Czech energy company, driving forward projects which aim to connect mass markets to affordable and local clean energy. He is also advancing smart control of energy flexibility in industries, energy sharing and expansion of Nano Energies’ activities to new perspective markets.
Conference working language is English with simultaneous translation into Czech.
Old water treatment plant, Prague
Built in 1906, this was the place where the first wave of urban revolution happened. In the early 20th century, clean and running water was the hype. In 2019, as our planet and cities become more crowded and temperatures are on the rise, clean water becomes a precious commodity once again.
It is only fitting that you Share Your Energy in this beautiful building and discuss the best business practices for sustainable energy and future.
Discover clean energy, sustainable business practice and underground water canals with us on October 16th!