Swisspod becomes the first Swiss start-up to be recognized by the 2020 Greentech Festival in Berlin, Germany, as Europe's top 3 innovator contributing to sustainable development through the "greenification" of high-speed transportation.
Greentech Festival, founded by former Formula 1 World Champion Nico Rosberg and two engineers and entrepreneurs Marco Voigt and Sven Krüger, celebrates environmentally friendly technologies made in Europe. The 2020 Greentech Festival in Berlin, Germany, hosted multiple groundbreaking start-ups across Europe driving environmental change and resource conservation, including Live Love Recycle and City to Sea, as well as German industry experts.
“Did you know that one fifth of global emissions come from the transportation sector? As fast as a plane and as convenient as a train - this is Hyperloop, the 5th mode of transportation: a network of levitating capsules traveling at the speed of sound in vacuum tubes. Our goal is to build a carbon-neutral Hyperloop solution supported by affordable infrastructure. Speed is killing the planet, it’s time to focus on efficiency.”
Denis Tudor, Co-founder & CEO of Swisspod.
With the motto #CelebrateChange, Greentech Festival provides an arena for green entrepreneurs, advocates and enthusiasts from all over the world and showcases the most innovative green technologies and ideas that facilitate a sustainable lifestyle during an inspirational 3-day event from.
The founders Nico Rosberg, Marco Voigt and Sven Krüger invite prominent pioneers, entrepreneurs, leaders and activists from all over the world to exchange ideas and learn from one another at the Greentech Festival, with more than 80 exhibitors from the fields of mobility, energy, smart cities, food, lifestyle and media set to take centre stage. The event offers a varied mix of green future technologies whilst promoting a sustainable lifestyle – a core value of the festival. As a centre piece of the Greentech Festival, the GREEN AWARDS honor the most innovative projects and the most important visionaries in the field of sustainability.