Kristina Haverkamp has been dena’s Managing Director since October 2015. She is in charge of the financial and administrative matters of the company and also holds responsibility both for international cooperation and sustainability in the transport sector.
A lawyer by training, Kristina Haverkamp studied in Germany, Switzerland and the USA. She began her career in the Foreign Office as a consultant in international environmental policy, and later became a rapporteur for the transport sector at the Federal Cartel Office.
Subsequently, she held positions at the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs, the Federal Ministry of Finance, and, most recently, at the Permanent Representation of Germany to the EU. Here, as Head of the Department of Economics, the ministerial adviser was in charge of energy, environmental and industrial policy, as well as policies related to small and medium-sized enterprises.
These sessions are all about showcasing innovative projects or initiatives, and a way to directly interact with some of the leaders in the European transition.
SHOWCASE ONE: GERMANY’S DRIVING FORCE IN FOSTERING START-UP TALENT & DRIVING THE ‘ENERGIEWENDE’
What is Germany doing right when it comes to creating an environment for companies to innovate, showcase and trial their business models for future energy services in the power sector?
SPEAKER: Kristina Haverkamp, Managing Director, dena
SHOWCASE TWO: DENMARK’S AMBITIOUS DATAHUB INCREASING TRANSPARENCY AMONGST EUROPEAN TSO'S
Denmark is a great example of sharing data openly within the energy industry and showcasing datasets which can be widely applied. This session explores what can happen when Open Source principles are applied, making technology and software-related collaboration a reality.
SPEAKER: Martin Lervad Lundø, Vice President & CEO, Energinet DataHub
SHOWCASE THREE: NORDIC CASE STUDY: REACHING 100% RENEWABLE POWER FOR BUSINESSES
What technology-driven solutions does it take to power businesses and large energy offtakers on a 100% renewable basis, providing 24/7 tracking and renewable matching techniques?
SPEAKER: Marcus Melin, Strategic Energy Advisory, Vattenfall Sweden
A new era of energy provider has been taking the industry by storm for some time and continues to challenge the position of the incumbent utilities and suppliers in the industry globally.