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Anselma Wörner


While finishing her PhD at ETH Zürich Anselma Wörner together with her colleagues Arne Meeuw and Liliane Ableitner co-founded Exnaton.

Their software solution enables customers to share their surplus energy withing local energy communities. Anselma has been named Forbes 30 under 30 and has won the ETH medal for her outstanding doctoral thesis.

Rolling out the first energy communities with Anselma

Ever wondered if it’s possible to buy your neighbour’s excess solar energy?

In so-called energy communities, energy prosumers can share their energy amongst themselves. Anselma Wörner, co-founder of Exnaton, tells us how they are using this concept to create new business models together with utilities all over Europe to maximize the local consumption of decentralized renewable energy production. Listen in to find out what it’s like to transition from the academic to the start-up sphere and why the liberalization of energy markets is essential for the energy transition.

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