Our partners

We are very proud of our supportive and growing network of partners coming from various sectors from all around the world.

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    Partners

    Our partners are our family. Thanks to their support, we are able to realise our global project and keep support the start-ups that are pushing the energy transition further.

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    Official Partner

    Our official partners (cooperation and category) are the core of our partnerships. Thanks to their financial support, we are able to run our activities and keep realising our mission of accelerating innovation in the energy transition to reverse climate change.

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    Outreach Partners

    Coming from different sectors, our outreach partners continuously support our activities and start-ups by spreading the word within their networks making it possible to reach even more innovators and start-up facilitators around the globe.  

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    Media Partners

    Thanks to our media partners, we are able to give our start-ups the global media visibility they need to promote their technologies and innovations.

Our partnership with the World Energy Council

The World Energy Council, the world’s foremost principal impartial network of energy leaders, has joined forces with dena to create the premier global platform to celebrate and promote innovation.

“We are excited to partner with dena on systematic identification of most promising innovation ventures around the world and make sure we work with leading innovators to understand scope, time frame and success factors of key innovation areas.”

Dr. Angela Wilkinson, Secretary General & CEO, World Energy Council

About the World Energy Council

Since its foundation in 1923, the World Energy Council has evolved into one of the world’s most influential energy organisations promoting sustainable energy for the greatest benefit of all. As a UN-accredited global energy body, the Council represents the entire energy spectrum, with more than 3,000 member organisations located in almost 100 countries and drawn from governments, private and state corporations, academia, NGOs and energy-related stakeholders.

The fast-paced development of new technologies, the digital revolution and the global environmental challenges present innovation opportunities for companies and start-ups all over the world. Building on the Council’s unique network and capacity, the aim of this strategic partnership is to identify and support the entrepreneurs to succeed, creating those key connection opportunities offered by global platforms.