Amira El-Bidawi works at Vattenfall as a Business Development Manager at Green:field, Vattenfall’s Open Innovation Platform with a focus on Wind Energy. She is the previous initiator and Project manager of Vattenfall Innovation in Sweden. She is also a boardmember of Kraftkvinnorna “Powerwomen” an organization to promote equality in the Energy sector in Sweden. Amira started working at Vattenfall at the corporate strategy department with Competitive Intelligence supporting the board and executive group on emerging trends, strategic decisions, technology and their implications. Before that she was a Business Development Engineer at InnoEnergy part of EIT and a part of Refugee Tech. At Vattenfall Amira has worked with managing topics of innovation, digitalisation, decarbonisation, startups, venture development, and collaborations between Vattenfall & technical universities. She has been part of forming a digital roadmap for Vattenfall and has established several innovation processes internally and externally. She also runs a network called “Framtidens energi" on facebook, a project which has a mission to use collaboration and co-creation to find solutions for the future of energy in Sweden. She is also a well experienced presenter, workshop designer and moderator and a YLVP alumni (young leaders visitors program). Today her personal goal as a business developer in Green:field, Vattenfall’s open innovation program is to develop solutions that can help us take care of our planet’s resources, help us become more sustainable, and to challenge existing methods and ways of working with new thoughts and ideas.