On a mission to bring hydrogen to the islands.
At most events, we are only a handful of women. We know we are not the only ones, so where are the others? This is why the Women in Green Hydrogen Network exists: to find each other and accelerate the energy transition together.
Vaitea Cowan co-founded Enapter with Sebastian and Jan since they worked together on the Phi Suea House project in 2016. Previously, she spoke on panels in the mobile apps technology sphere and was then quickly hooked into the renewables industry. Multilingual, she connects people to scale green hydrogen and finds special projects to deploy Enapter's electrolyser technology. Vaitea wins awards for Enapter, she swiftly communicates the electrochemistry technology and hires more women. Vaitea graduated from Concordia University, John Molson School of Business (Montreal). Based in the Berlin office, Vaitea heads Enapter’s communications.
BETD podcast, 2020
Startup Energy Transition Award, 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQxNeTSnuKk
Hannover Messe, H2FC Elevator pitch 2018, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ctCazypXc2k&t=8s