Start a Platform Group
Creating a group enables you to set up an area where like-minded people can put their heads together and share information on the group subject. The Community Manager can create a group for you, contact: email@example.com to get started.
Organise a CommUnity activity
The CommUnity is made up of passionate and hard-working volunteer CommUnity Representatives who organise activities. Learn more about what it takes to be one.
Become a Speaker
The CommUnity regularly invites entrepreneurs or energy professionals to share their experiences in the sustainable energy field at local speaker series events and other conferences throughout the year. Share your passion with a presentation or talk to an audience of dedicated sustainable energy professionals. Contact us for more information on becoming a speaker: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find a Speaker
CommUnity members come from over 80 nationalities and have unique skill sets ranging from blockchain to hydropower to rural electrification. If you need a speaker knowledgeable in entrepreneurship or any sustainable energy topic, please contact email@example.com for speaker suggestions
Partner with the CommUnity
Opportunities for partnership include in our printed magazine, this community platform, and at CommUnity events.
- Build up your public image and brand by partnering alongside a grassroots energy transition movement
- Interact with Europe's top talent in the energy field
- Present your company as a thought leader
- Be part of the InnoEnergy ecosystem, the largest sustainable energy accelerator in Europe
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get started
Propose a Challenge
The Case Solving event series consists of real startup, innovation project or industrial challenges solved by a mixed audience of students and young professionals who want to exercise their creativity and contribute to innovation.
The CommUnity organises challenge solving with participation from InnoEnergy's unique talent pool of CommUnity members when requested by a partner. The last edition of the Iberdrola Energy Challenge saw over 50 teams competing with their ideas. The Business Case Challenge with Power2U included over 30 participants offering solutions to a Local Systems Operator.