Energy Track  

Techfestival’s energy track invites you to take a closer look at how technology is changing the way we produce, innovate and use energy. In the energy track, you will find riveting conversations, workshops and enlightening talks on how to make efficient and intelligent use of our ressources and technology’s impact on sustainability innovation.

We can’t wait to see you at Techfestival 2018.

Full Energy Program

Give a highfive to Energinet and the Ministry of Energy, Utility and Climate for making all these activities happen.

See the full program here.

Get your Techfestival wristband here

About Energinet
Energinet is responsible for ensuring that you and the rest of Denmark are supplied with gas and electricity, both today and in the future in the zero carbon society. We own and develop the large transmission grids and gas pipelines that bring power and gas to the Danish energy companies.

Visit Energinet

About the Danish Ministry of Energy, Utilities and Climate
The Danish Ministry of Energy, Utilities and Climate is responsible for national and international efforts to prevent climate change, as well as energy issues, national geological surveys in Denmark and Greenland, meteorology and buildings.

Visit EFKM

About Techfestival
This year, Techfestival presents 200+ events right in the heart of Copenhagen, when we take over the ambient Meatpacking District. From September 5-9th 2018, we examine the impact of technology within 10 tracks: Ego, Food, Play, Learn, Create, Work, Start, Cities, Energy and Democracy.

We are a non-profit organization that together with our partners and co-creators produce and present the annual Techfestival.

Born and basedin Copenhagen, Denmark, we have built Techfestival as an open international festival platform for digital people everywhere to collaborate on the festival experience. For the inaugural festival 2017, we hosted 16,000 international participants for 132 events.

We can’t wait for you to join us in Copenhagen.

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