The importance of flexible energy consumption increases with the further roll-out of renewable energy development. Without flexibility on the demand side, we won’t achieve a fossil free future of energy consumption. With encentive, we envision a future where energy is 100% renewable and open for everyone to participate and benefit with our platform for flexible load management.
Daniel is an engineer for energy systems and has a deep knowledge about all the technologies necessary to make our vision of a sustainable and stable energy supply a reality. Throughout his academic and professional career he always has put a strong focus on transforming academic research in actual economic outcomes. With his basic research on demand response management, as well as with his entrepreneurial mindset he formed the base for the foundation of encentive.
Sascha holds a Master degree in computer science and loves architectures and the conceptualization and implementation of safe protocols. Several years of academic experience within software development focussing on IT-security and cryptography, as well as his professional experience in a Berlin-based startup within IoT and trusted computing lay an ideal foundation to master the technical challenges of encentive towards the aggregation algorithms of our virtual load plant.
Torge holds a Master degree in applied economics and finance from the Copenhagen Business School and focuses on all the topics around financials, business development and the conceptualization of our business model. Next to his operational roles in controlling for Robert Bosch, he also gained valuable experiences within the startup and VC ecosystem while working for a Danish biotech startup, as well as the VC entities of Robert Bosch (RBVC), A.P. Moeller Maersk (Maersk Growth) and Speedinvest.
Sebastian is professor for Computer Science and IT Security at the Applied University of Flensburg and entrepreneur. He loves innovation and transferred several research projects in the fields of IoT, cloud computing and cyber security into actual products. Sebastian holds more than 15 patents and published more than 30 articles on well-known conferences in the above mentioned areas. In 2016 he co-founded weeve.network, that he successfully exited in 2019.