Published on June 20th, 2017 | by Andrea Bertoli0
Ala Kazlova To Speak At Cleantech Revolution Event In Berlin
June 20th, 2017 by Andrea Bertoli
Ala Kazlova will be speaking at our upcoming Cleantech Revolution, and we’re so excited to hear what she has to share at the event! Ala is a passionate supporter of renewable energy and a great admirer of innovations that make our life greener, cleaner, and more beautiful.
Ala will be speaking June 28 on a panel discussion about 2025–2035 energy markets, and then again about a design-centered approach to renewable energy.
Ala is originally from Belarus and currently lives in Malmö, Sweden, where she manages the Marketing and IP for InnoVentum. She is one of the co-founders of this innovative company, which is focused on developing and commercializing more environmentally friendly and wildly beautiful renewable energy solutions.
Under Ala’s direction, InnoVentum has created a great reputation among industry professionals, consumers, and designers. Not only does InnoVentum have unbeaten representation online and in the media compared to other Swedish companies (80+ international publications) and the biggest following on social media among its competitors (40,000+ likes on Facebook alone), it’s also won the Malmö City Prize in Sustainable Development.
InnoVentum has solar, wind, and microgrid offerings as part of its portfolio, including “the most beautiful wind turbine in Sweden,” the Dalifant (seen below). Dalifant is a small wind turbine solution that is installed on a 20-meter wooden tower. With potential output of 38,000 kWh/year (at an average wind speed of 6 m/s), it is one of the most efficient small wind turbines in its size category. Another of InnoVentum’s unique offerings is the Giraffe, a 12-meter hybrid solar-wind station with an annual capability of 13,850 kWh.
Find our full schedule of speakers at the Berlin+Wroclaw 2017 Cleantech Revolution Tour Conference (scroll to bottom to see the schedule).
To learn more or connect with Ala, you can find her on LinkedIn.
Have a tip for CleanTechnica? Send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org