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Enass Abo-Hamed winner of third edition of The Peres Heritage Initiative
The third edition of the Peres Heritage Initiative took stage during the session: “The Good News: the positive narrative the world needs” at the 45th edition of the The European House - Ambrosetti Annual Forum. During which, one of the three winners was Enass Abo-Hamed.
Enass is co-founder and CEO of H2GO Power, an award winning spin-out company from the University of Cambridge that develops energy storage technologies. Possessing 10 years of research and business experience in hydrogen production, nanotechnology, catalysis, renewable energy and energy storage. Enass is passionate about entrepreneurship and clean energy technology policy. She often speaks at international forums and roundtable discussions on clean energy, energy security and women entrepreneurship in tech.
About the Initiative
The Peres Heritage Initiative is a social award launched to commemorate the legacy of Shimon Peres. The Initiative, organized in cooperation with the Peres Center for Peace and Innovation and with the Patronage of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Israel, is a social award dedicated to young social innovators, entrepreneurs, activists or researchers below the age of 35. Who are distinguishing themselves for outstanding achievements in one of the following fields: pursuit of peace, green economy and sustainability/circular economy, inclusive business models, nonprofit sector, innovation and scientific developments, social innovation.
Recipients of the Peres Heritage Initiative will be hosted at the Annual Forum, where they will showcase their experience, vision and project. The ultimate vision of the project is to build a community of young innovators and to facilitate its interaction with the business and political leaders attending the Annual Forum.
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