Monthly Archives: November 2013


Finalist at Young Innovator of the Year 2013, FallingWalls, Berlin

Our director Komali Yenneti today had yet again received another recognition for her research. She participated as a A.T.Kearney scholar and as a finalist of the ‘Young Innovator of the Year 2013’ in the Falling Walls Lab, Berlin on November 8th, 2013, one day before the Falling Walls conference where she had also participated. The Falling Walls Lab is an international forum which aims at building and promoting interdisciplinary connections between young excellent academics, entrepreneurs and professionals from all fields. All participants present their research work, business model or initiative to an audience of industry experts, decision-makers and scientists – in 3 minutes each.

At the Lab Komali presented her research on ‘Breaking the Wall of Energy Transitions’. Her talk highlighted that the walls of social acceptance, public participation, equitable distribution of benefits and costs need to be brought down for successful energy transition to clean energy.


Georgswerder Energy Hill

On the November 2nd, 2013 our director Ms. Komali Yenneti, along with representatives from Federal Ministry of Education & Research (BMBF), Germany, had a fantasitc opportunity to visit one of the best practices of waste management sites in the world. Here in this blog, she shares her experience of visiting […]