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Energy efficiency and innovation – corporates and startups



Invitation to our online webinar:

Energy efficiency and innovation – corporates and startups


Energy efficiency is at the heart of a low-carbon economy and innovation is a driving force of it. This is a dynamically growing market with exciting new solutions, rising stars and future unicorns. Can we talk about the age of the megawatt revolution or is it part of BAU nowadays? What role will the financial sector play on the journey from megawatts to negawatts? Can startups in Central Europe join the game? Are data and cloud the ultimate solutions? These are just some of the questions we will cover in our 4th regional sustainability event. 


Please join us on Thursday 25 November at 10am CET for this 60 minute online event as we explore opportunities and challenges that come with investing in energy efficiency and also show some real-life examples.


·        Marie d’Argentré,  Sustainable Finance Partnerships & Projects Senior Manager, BNP Paribas

·        Guillaume Robin, Head of Sales EMEA at METRON

·        Sebastian Tamas, Founder and CEO of RocketShepherd.com


Marie gives an overview of the energy efficiency agenda, explaining how BNP Paribas approaches it, Guillaume brings some real-life examples of financing solutions and how digitalization contributes to optimalizing industry’s energy performance. Sebastian will share an overview of startup eco-system in Hungary and Central Europe, and by sharing his daily experiences will take us behind the scenes.

BNP Paribas’ Björn Claussen, Regional Head of Multinational Coverage Central Europe, will moderate the event.


We do hope you can join us for this panel discussion which will conclude a Q&A session.


Thursday 25 November at 10 am CET


For further information on this event please contact Zsuzsa BERMAN


Speaker Biographies:






Marie d’Argentré  | Sustainable Finance Partnerships & Projects Senior Manager, BNP Paribas

Marie d’Argentré is Senior Manager within Company Engagement Projects & Partnerships team for BNP Paribas Corporate and Institutional Banking. She leads transversal innovative projects, working closely with all business lines and functions, to fasten the positive banking transformation, leveraging on BNP Paribas strong Sustainability commitments. She develops business partnerships to work on concrete positive impact initiatives. She joined BNP Paribas in 2016 as Senior Manager at CIB Consulting & Transformation, leading several projects in the framework of CIB’s Sustainable Finance program to promote the positive role of finance and investment. Prior to joining BNP Paribas, she worked at Bain & Company strategy consulting firm, where she accompanied corporates on strategic planning, commercial and marketing strategy and process redesign. 

Guillaume Robin | Director of Sales EMEA, METRON

With over 15 years of experience in the energy and renewables sector, Guillaume joined METRON beginning of 2020. He now leads the business in several regions, especially Central and Eastern Europe where METRONs'a ambitions are important.  METRON’s mission  is to digitalize energy to decarbonize the economy, particularly to help customers (industrial plants, large groups, territories) cut costs and meet their ESG targets by unlocking real-time energy optimization and delivering a reduced carbon footprint, by using Metron’s software solutions.




Sebastian Tamas | Founder & CEO at RocketShepherd.com                                            

Sebastian has 13 years of experience in alternative investments and moved to Budapest 4 years ago to help expand the CEE Region startup ecosystem. He is currently developing the RocketShepherd.com automated platform that compares CEE Region startups with their global competitors to offer personalized recommendations for their improvement. The platform automatically updates universal profiles for over 20,000 regional innovative businesses and provides actionable insights to entrepreneurs and policymakers alike. Sebastian is also the host and co-organizer of Budapest's annual Regional Startup Innovation Day and Get in the Ring pitch competition, where startups rhetorically battle each other inside a boxing ring to present solutions to specific corporate needs to win partnerships with multinational corporations.



Björn Claussen | Regional Head of Multinational Coverage Central Europe, BNP Paribas          

Björn has joined BNP Paribas Corporate and Institutional Banking in 2013 in Hamburg, Germany. Since 2018 he is Regional Head of Multinational Coverage Central Europe, based in Hungary. In his current position he manages teams of Relationship Managers responsible for the coverage of the local subsidiaries of international corporates in nine countries.  In the last 10 years of his banking career Björn was in charge of many clients in the renewable energy sector. In his role as sustainability multiplier he has fostered and developed the sustainability discussion with stakeholders and with clients. He has been speaker at several events within his mission to raise the knowledge and awareness of sustainable finance in Central Europe.


About the BNP Paribas Sustainable Future Online Series:

As the ‘bank for a changing’ world, BNP Paribas recognizes the critical role we play in contributing to responsible and sustainable growth by financing the economy and advising clients, ultimately striving to create a better future for all.  The Sustainable Future Online Series, created exclusively for BNP Paribas clients and selected interlocutors, is one of the ways that we help raise and accelerate our clients’ sustainability ambitions by providing insights and analysis on the key topics and trends in sustainability that keep our clients awake at night.


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