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Wednesday. 16 October 2019

The InnoEnergy CommUnity Days – Berlin 25-27 October 2019

For passionate sustainability and energy transition supporters, entrepreneurs and innovators there is an inspirational event called “The CommUnity Days – TCD”. It is the 3-day flagship event of the InnoEnergy CommUnity taking place in Berlin (NH Berlin Potsdam Conference Center) on 25-27 October. This event will be an exclusive event hosting around 150 innovators for a weekend of networking, thought-provoking talks and co-creation inspiring activities. Find the entire programme and more information here:

About the InnoEnergy CommUnity

InnoEnergy is the Public-Private Partnership created in 2010 and supported by the European Union, to accelerate the market uptake of innovations across Europe in the field of energy by bringing together the 3 sides of the Knowledge Triangle: Universities, Research Centres and Industry. Our core business revolves around 3 main pillars: education (from masters’ degrees to professional trainings), support to start-ups and SMEs (200+ equity positions in start-ups in the field of energy across Europe), and co-funding & support of innovative projects for the first commercialisation of a new product or service.

Few years ago, InnoEnergy has created the CommUnity, which is an open Europe-wide network, targeting energy innovators who solve challenges, collaborate and empower each other to achieve a sustainable energy future through entrepreneurial and innovative initiatives. At events and via its platform, the CommUnity brings together the most visionary and passionate minds, who are impact-oriented, excellence-driven and proactive, and feel empowered to advance the energy transition. With over 3000 members from over 80 nationalities, it is a growing network which runs mostly on a voluntary basis, with the ambition to become a truly integrative global network by the development of a scalable way to empower entrepreneurs and professionals around the world to be pioneers of change.

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