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Registrations open for TBB.Connect!

In January of this year, EIT InnoEnergy announced the date, location and theme of its annual flagship event, The Business Booster. An event that has become known across Europe and indeed internationally as the meeting place for industry, investors, and start-ups in the sustainable energy ecosystem and which boasts over 2,100 B2B networking meetings.

Our response to Covid-19

We of course had no way of knowing that a mere few months later the world would be thrown into a tailspin due to Covid-19, but when it did we reacted quickly and we innovated. The Business Booster would be the trigger to reboot Europe’s economy and enable sustainable innovations on the back of the European Green Deal, bringing stakeholders together for the first time in many months.


While strict lockdowns have loosened and some limited travel has resumed, given the uncertainty and ever-changing global situation, we have made the decision to postpone The Business Booster and bring you TBB.Connect – a digital meeting point for our trusted sustainable energy ecosystem.



By going online, TBB.Connect will uphold our mission to support sustainable economic recovery, whilst bringing together innovators and industry from all corners of the world – giving you the chance to create and trigger new sustainable business opportunities.

What to expect

TBB.Connect will provide industry, investors, policy makers and start-ups with:

  • Exclusive opportunity to meet the most promising sustainable energy start-ups from around the globe;
  • More than 100 pitching sessions from innovators spanning the entire energy value chain, pre-qualified and enhanced by EIT InnoEnergy;
  • A virtual exhibition area showcasing more than 150 sustainable energy technologies;
  • The ease of online, effective, and relevant B2B meetings and networking sessions all in one place.

Top speaker line-up

Speakers include Daniel M. Kammen, Lead author for the IPCC, winner of 2007 Nobel Peace Prize, Professor, UC Berkeley; Emmanuel Lagarrigue Executive Vice President and Chief Innovation Officer, Schneider Electric; Giles Dickson, CEO, WindEurope; Michael E. Webber, Chief Science & Technology Officer, ENGIE; Maroš Šefčovič, Vice President, European Commission; and Jean-David Malo, Director, European Innovation Council.

Register today

Registrations now open!