We all dream ... ... of a sustainable energy world.

We All Dream ...

... of a world that runs seamlessly on sustainable energy. A world where the energy ecosystem is in balance with both nature and society. However, there are challenges to this ideal. Policymakers, stubborn businesses, outdated ways of working, complexity and misinformation all stand in the way of creating a truly sustainable energy system. While energy companies struggle to find new business and build better relationships with customers, other service providers and consumer businesses are reaching capacity and looking to diversify their offering.

Connecting the Unconnected

This is where Kiwigrid comes in, who enable seemingly unconnected markets to work together for mutual benefit by translating technology, digital energy and e-mobility into value creation. Kiwigrid is bringing companies from multiple industries together into an open ecosystem, inspiring its partners to delve into a new way of generating, distributing and supplying energy. As well as creating high value for customers, the company’s model also makes it possible to decarbonize and to create a diversified and clean energy market.

Cross-Industry Value Creation

What sets Kiwigrid apart from its competitors is that it isn’t just selling an Internet of Things concept. The company is actually selling cross-industry value generation, which is truly the platform for the future of energy and e-mobility. Kiwigrid’s customers use the platform for numerous reasons, depending on where they stand today, what industry they are in and what they want to offer. The platform can help them open up to new markets, diversify their offerings and scale cross-industry business models. To make this possible, Kiwigrid offers its customers cutting-edge technology and services that help increase energy efficiency, optimize the use of renewable energies, pave the way for electric vehicles and stabilize grids.

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Leadership Team

Our Management Board & Advisory Board

Hans-Peter Vil­lis

Chairman of the Advisory Board (Energy Advisor, AQTON SE)

Dr. Achim Wörner

Member of the Advisory Board (Member of the Management Board, DELTON Technology SE)

Ines Bergmann-Nolt­ing

Member of the Advisory Board (Head of Innovation Scouting & Co-Investments E.ON SE)

Kyong­ho Kim

Member of the Advisory Board (SVP Europe Business Solutions, LG Electronics)

Dr.-Ing. Carsten Bether

Member of the Advisory Board and Chief Product Officer
Dr. Frank Schlichting

Dr. Frank Schlichting

Chief Executive Officer (Managing Director)

Janek Schuf­fen­hauer

Chief Financial Officer (Managing Director)

Matthias Popel­la


Mathias Radu Neubauer

Director Products

David Rabe

Director Platform

Lars Schwarzelt

Director Projects

Joscha Köllner

Director Sales


Stefan Christ

Director Service


Daniel Kühne

Director Strategy & Portfolio Management

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Our Strategic Shareholders

AQTON SE is an investment holding company owned by the businessman Stefan Quandt and registered in Bad Homburg v.d.H., Germany. As an entrepreneur in the fourth generation Stefan Quandt pursues a long-term investment approach to all his equity holdings. AQTON SE currently has holdings in four sectors: the automotive industry, digital security & identity protection, photovoltaics & smart grids, and credit rating.

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innogy SE is the leading European energy company with total sales of 46 billion Euro (2015), employing more than 40,000 people, and with activities in 16 European countries. With its three divisions, Grid & Infrastructure, Retail and Renewable Energies, and, it addresses the requirements of a modern decarbonized, decentralized and digital energy world. Focal point of innogy's activities are 23 million customers.

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LG Electronics, Inc. (KSE: 066570.KS) is a global leader and technology innovator in consumer electronics, mobile communications and home appliances, employing 77,000 people working in 125 locations around the world. With 2016 global sales of USD 47.9 billion (KRW 55.4 trillion), LG comprises four business units ― Home Appliance & Air Solutions, Mobile Communications, Home Entertainment and Vehicle Components ― and is one of the world’s leading producers of flat panel TVs, mobile devices, air conditioners, washing machines and refrigerators.

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