September 4, 2022 4:29 pm Published by


Tomorrow Matters is an environmental investment conference designed for the entire sustainability value chain. By providing a platform for all corners of the industry, this content-packed conference aims to bring the future to London this October. 


We’re currently seeking experienced speakers to join this exclusive event. Our panels highlight the most important happenings in the environmental technology industry, offering a powerful opportunity to share your unique insight. 


The ‘Powering Tomorrow’ panel examines the importance of maintaining renewable energy as an economically-sustainable venture. ‘Owning It!’ discusses the key areas for collective action taken by the public and private sector, taking an in-depth look at the key areas of activity, the requirements for pragmatic execution, and the available government funding. ‘Pitching Green’ looks at what it takes to be a fundable venture in environmental tech. – with insight from successful founders and investors in space.


We already have a sensational collection of speakers lined up – check out the spread below:


Jan Engelbert will be joining the ‘Powering Tomorrow’ panel at the conference. Engelbert started his professional career at Deutsche Bank in 1992. From 1995 to 1999 he studied Business Law in Lüneburg, Germany, and Edinburg, Texas, USA. Between 1999 and 2004, Jan worked in the advisory business of pwc and EY with a focus on energy companies and subsidised projects. In 2004, Jan joined HSH Nordbank (now HCOB) where he held various positions with a focus on structuring and execution of renewable energy project finance transactions. From 2008, Jan was involved in some of the first project-financed offshore wind farms in Germany. In 2015, Jan joined the market leader in offshore wind, Ørsted (formerly DONG Energy). He served as a member of the leadership teams for the construction of all German offshore wind assets. In 2018, Jan took over the role as Head of Portfolio Germany. In 2019, he took over Asset Management responsibility for the region Continental Europe.


the head of CE Commercial & Asset Management at , a Danish company taking on renewable energy, joins ‘Powering Tomorrow’ along with 


Matthew Williams is also speaking for ‘Powering Tomorrow’. With a mechatronic engineering background and over a decade’s experience managing systems design technical teams, Williams has a unique insight on how to build the most efficient power systems. Setting out to enable the energy transition, he has been working on innovative power flow control technologies since 2016. He is the author of numerous patents; has founded and is leading the deep technology energy innovator,IONATE. With IONATE, Matthew and his team present a cutting-edge technology solution for the critical power control issues faced by distribution networks, renewable generators, and storage worldwide. 


Tiia Sammallahti takes on ‘Owning It!’. Tiia Sammallahti is the CEO & founder of whatimpact.com. She is a serial entrepreneur, business author, charity founder, innovator, and a proven leader in tech-for-good, with over 25 years’ experience in brand building, PR, service concept development, B2B/B2C marketing. whatimpact.com is a two-sided AI enhanced SaaS platform for companies to plan, implement and report on regulated and voluntary social value activities to win tenders and engage with their stakeholders. This tech-for-good startup is based in London, helping companies across the UK to meet their social value requirements in a more efficient & impactful way.


For ‘Pitching Green’, Andrew J. Scott joins the fray. Serial entrepreneur turned investor in pre-seed and seed technology startups which are building the future. Founder of six startups now Founding Partner at 7percent Ventures, investor in >100 deeptech hardware and transformative software businesses, including first money into OculusVR (sold to Facebook), SourceDNA (Apple) and Magic Pony Technologies (Twitter). Co-Founder The ICE List, a non-profit supporting tech Founders since 2009 and Co-Founder of the ALLOCATE VC pitch event and GP/LP community. Andrew has lived and worked in London, Lisbon, Cambridge and San Francisco. Outside of tech, he is a lover of film and flying.


Do you feel like your voice could join the stage at TM?


Do you have insight into this competitive and growing industry? We’re currently looking for speakers to join this exciting event and array of industry leaders! Have a say – by speaking at Tomorrow Matters, you can set your stone on the pathway to a new, better future. 


Want the stage for yourself? Stand-alone speaking slots are also available under our sponsorship packages. See if you’re a good fit for sponsorship:


Tomorrow Matters is designed for every stakeholder in the environmental technology industry – government bodies, global (and regional) companies, small start-ups, researchers, investors, and you. Whether you’re speaking or not, this is an exciting opportunity to take part in our planet’s future.


Join us in London on October 26th, 2022, and make your mark!


See you soon!

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