If you’re interested in alternative transportation, the ELF is a must-see at CeBIT. It’s a solar/pedal hybrid vehicle designed by the US startup Organic Transit, which allows users to get around urban centers in an environmentally friendly way.
In our interview, taken at CeBIT, Alix Bowman introduces the solar/ pedal hybrid vehicle and gives valuable advice for future CODE_n participants.
I often wonder how sustainable products really are, so I was looking forward to interviewing EcoChain, an application in which environmental administration is coupled throughout the supply chain, forming real-time and continuous life cycle analysis calculations.
Boudewijn Mos is co-founder; he explained the concept of EcoChain and how the idea came up in the first place.
Since cloud computing is one of the hot topics at CeBIT, we didn’t want to miss the chance to talk to one of our cloud experts, GREENCLOUDS. The CODE_n finalists from the Netherlands developed a system that aggregates idle cloud resources, enabling organizations to buy and sell cloud capacity.
In his interview, Rob Rijkhoek, marketing manager of GREENCLOUDS, explains where he sees cloud-based technology in the future and speaks about GREENCLOUDS’ impact as a green company.
On the third day of CeBIT, we arranged an interview with Daniela Schiffer, co-founder of Changers.com. Changers.com is the first marketplace for private carbon emission trading. Founders Markus Schulz and Daniela Schiffer are very passionate about their startup: they want to motivate millions of people to produce their own energy, stop global warming, and increase the awareness of the impact of how our behavior affects society.
Interview with Daniela Schiffers from Changers.com
In the Soundcloud interview, we talk with Daniela about Changers, how hard the startup business can be, and why she thinks that there should be more female entrepreneurs.
On our third day at CeBIT, we got the chance to speak to Christian Deilmann, founder of Tado. He developed the first smartphone-based heating control that adjusts to the user’s daily routine automatically .
In the interview, Christian explains how he came up with the idea of Tado and the difference between Tado and other smartphone-based heating solutions.
Entrepreneur Ridha Azaiz is the founder of SOLARBRUSH, a robot designed to clean solar panels. Although Ridha is having a very busy day at CeBIT, he took 5 minutes to answer our questions. In his interview, the CODE_n finalist introduces SOLARBRUSH and speaks about what being a young entrepreneur means.
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Jennifer Indovina – Tenrehte Technologies
Jennifer Indovina from Tenrehte Technologies is a passionate entrepreneur and is full of enthusiasm for her innovation, PICOwatt, a smart wireless plug that enables users to monitor and reduce energy waste from any electrical device. Find our Soundcloud interview with Jennifer below:
If you’re interested to learn about what the CEO of Sustainable References, Andy Bäcker, thinks about sustainability and his business solution SURE, you should check out his interview here. And if you want to meet Andy in person, you should stop by at CeBIT! He’ll be showcasing his company here until March 9th.