After successfully conducting the Urban Energy and Mobility Forum 2022 we want to bring everyone together for an in-person networking event.
Let’s wrap up the UEMF22 takeaways with key industry players, startups, and political stakeholders in the mobility sector!
Join us on May 18th for our networking event, taking place at the Drivery! Register here and don’t miss out.
Look forward to exciting discussions on the main urban challenges and the current solutions of the mobility sector with a focus on the opportunities and obstacles of mobility data for a sustainable transport transition.
You will have the great opportunity to present your innovative startup at our Speed Pitching Session and get to know your peers in our networking session after the event.
When? 18.05.2022 Starting at 4PM
Where? The Drivery, Mariendorfer Damm 1, 12099 Berlin
15:45 Drivery Tour
16:00 Opening statements
- Nicole Hiltl, Management, Berlin-Brandenburg Energy Network
- Sebastian Ulm, Head of, Urban Energy & Mobility Network
- Timon Rupp, Founder & CEO, The Drivery
- Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises (SenWEB) (tbc)
- Dale Rickert, Head of Conference, GREENTECH Festival
- Nina Weber, Managing Director, Mobility2Grid
Topics: “Urban Development Plan Mobility and Transport Berlin 2030” // “Improving Framework Conditions for (Shared) Mobility” // “Regulators as a key part of the ecosystem and success” // “Will good information / data will reign supreme” // “Data Management for Smart Cities and Sustainable Mobility”
16:45 Panel discussion: Mobility Data and Digital Technologies for a Smart Urban Ecosystem
Moderator: Ralf Echtler, Founder, CREATIVE FLOSS
17:15 VC & Accelerators
- Viktoria Trosien, Urban Innovation Director, Berlin Innovation Agency (BIA)
- Jens-Philipp Klein, Founding Partner, rethink Mobility
17:30 Pitch Session
Let’s meet some of the newest and most exciting minds of the mobility sector in Berlin. Up to five startups will pitch their business idea and solution to the crowd.
18:00 Networking & Drinks
Due to the growing numbers of city residents, changing transportation habits, and the pressuring need to cut congestion and emissions, urban areas are transforming their mobility patterns. At the Urban Energy & Mobility Forum 2022, together with 23 high-profile speakers from the urban mobility sector and over 350 attendees, we discussed the most pressing challenges of urban mobility development and analyzed the possible innovative solutions leading to climate-neutral livable cities.