Iberdrola Challenge 2017 | Creation Phase (10 finalist teams)

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We would sincerely like to thank and congratulate all the participants for their exemplary performance and active participation in the Iberdrola Challenge 2017. We are pleased to announce that the 10 finalist teams of the Iberdrola Challenge Second Phase (Creation) are :




  • Carmine Piparo
  • Rachel Sadok
  • Sergio Costa
EnerGora (Iberdrola challenge)
  • Elias De Keyser
  • Maria Kolmer
Energy Buddies

       Mariana Jiménez

  • Adam Nagy
  • Oriol Pujoldevall
Game of Charge
  • Agata Mucha
  • Markus Schwenk
  • Gwo-Bin Wu
  • Filip Geppert
  • Aleksandra Gabryjałowicz
  • Lukasz Watly
  • Andric Ivan
  • Madis Talmar
  • Eduard Foved
  • Montse Pitarch
Smart Local Battery Storage
  • Ada Garus
  • Łukasz Chmielnicki
Team Lisbon Changers
  • Angel Roig
  • Bruno Barracosa
  • Tamara Dorias



Iberdrola and the InnoEnergy Business Units evaluated each one of the projects individually according to the Challenge´s strategic business objectives, and the visions and values of both organisations. In that sense, we can say that every project has met the requirements as per the strategy to boost innovation in the Energy Sector.


From now on, the 10 finalist teams will have to submit a poster and a video (maximum 3 minutes) before May 31st , 2017. The Iberdrola Business Units will assess the general content, the Business Model, format and quality of both deliverables. The following video could be used as a reference. For more information, please download the contest rules and check the following link to upload the Deliverables.


Thank you once more for your active participation, it has been a great pleasure to receive all your projects.




The Organizing Committee

Mónica Mejli, EDU Industry Liaison Officer

Josep Bordonau, CC Iberia Director of Education

Silvia Mateos, Programmes Manager 

Enrique Velo, Programme Director - MSc Renewable Energy - RENE