CAPGEMINI NORDIC SUSTAINABILITY TECH AWARD
WE’RE CHAMPIONING THE TECHNOLOGY CREATING INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS THAT LIMIT THE ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIETAL IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE.
The Capgemini Nordic Sustainability Tech Award celebrates organizations across the Nordic region creating innovative technology solutions for a sustainable future. The urgency of the global climate crisis demands ground-breaking technology and IT service innovations that scale across industries. The Capgemini Nordic Sustainability Tech Award celebrates the inspirational tech pioneers pushing the boundaries of sustainable IT and its role in limiting the environmental and social impact of climate change. Launched in 2022, the award reflects Capgemini’s own commitment to achieving carbon neutrality for its operations no later than 2025 and across its supply chain by 2030, as well as to becoming a net zero business by 2040.
WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU
Your project will be evaluated by a panel of business leaders and policy makers from the Nordic countries. The finalists from each country will be invited to an exclusive networking dinner and awards ceremony, where the winners will be announced.
The nomination period for 2023 is now closed. Many impressive nominations have come in and been evaluated, and out of these, 12 outstanding finalists have been selected by the jury. On the 29th November, we will announce one winner from each Nordic country and one overall winner across the Nordics. In the meantime - congratulations to all the finalists!
Liquid Wind develops commercial-scale electrofuel facilities, offering hard-to-abate sectors such as the shipping industry an opportunity to accelerate their transition to fossil-free propulsion.
Learn more at www.liquidwind.se
Purply is set out to revolutionize how disparate data sets are unified across companies and value chains uncovering new insights and actions, aiming to build a sustainable retail industry.
Learn more at www.purply.io
Sally R is decarbonizing buildings by providing cloud-based optimization software of HVAC (Heating, ventilation and air conditioning), cutting energy consumption by 25% and improving indoor air quality.
Learn more at sally-r.com
Vow ASA offers solutions to convert biomass and waste into valuable resources and clean energy for a wide range of industries.
Learn more at www.vowasa.com
Amogy has developed an ammonia-to-power technology, converting liquid ammonia into a powerful, clean energy solution that’s affordable, accessible, and scalable.
Learn more at www.amogy.co
Kyoto has created an industry-specific thermal battery, delivering a consistent supply of high-volume electrified industrial heat.
Learn more at www.kyotogroup.no
Carbo Culture is building a scalable biochar carbon removal solution, locking carbon safely away for centuries and generating renewable energy in the process.
Learn more at www.carboculture.com
Hycamite produces low-carbon hydrogen and sustainable solid carbon by splitting methane using proprietary zero-emission technology. These products offer a clean and efficient solution for the industry's decarbonization needs.
Learn more at www.hycamite.com
Infinited Fiber Company transforms textile waste into new, circular fibers for the fashion industry, reducing the world’s reliance on virgin raw materials.
Learn more at www.infinitedfiber.com
Algiecel has developed a technology that utilizes CO2-emissions and transforms it into microalgae-based biomass using LED light via photosynthesis. The algae-based proteins and oils are to be used in aquaculture feed, pet food, and cosmetics.
Learn more at www.algiecel.com
Gaiup leverages automation and AI to democratize and amplify Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) capabilities and insights for built environment professionals, to minimize the environmental impact of construction.
Learn more at www.realtimelca.com
Shark solutions is focusing on giving new life to post-consumer PolyVinyl Butyral (PVB) from damaged windshields and building glass, transforming the PVB into superior alternative raw materials and eliminating the need for landfilling.
Learn more at www.shark-solutions.com
THE 2023 SUSTAINABILITY TECH AWARD JURY
Policy making and business leadership form the backbone of our impressive panel of judges. With expertise in sustainability and technology, the jury members all believe in harnessing tech to alter the current climate trajectory and accelerate progress on the path to net zero. They are passionate about using technology for good and to get the future we want.
Vice President Corporate Sustainability Vattenfall
Board Professional, investor and advisor
Member of the Norwegian Parliament
Natasha Friis Saxberg
CEO of Denmark IT Industry Association
Chairman of the Board at Boliden, Mölnlycke and Climate Leadership Coalition (CLC) and board member of Vestas and NXP
Board professional, former Head of Sustainability, Investor AB
Professional board member
CEO at Teknologiateollisuus – Technology Industries of Finland
Øystein E. Søreide
NOMINATE YOUR PROJECT
Is your organization in the Nordics pushing the boundaries of sustainable technology? Are you innovating to advance the climate agenda – and will your ideas scale for even bigger impact? Or perhaps a specific project has seen the implementation of new tech or a service innovation that is reducing your greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
We want to hear from you.
Give yourself the best chance of getting through to the final judging stage by following our ‘Guidelines’ below. Your application will be initially assessed on how it meets the first three criteria of Scalability & Adoptability, Technological Leadership and Business Viability.
If you get through to the next stage, your project, product, or service will then be judged against the final two criteria of Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Impact and Other ESG Impacts.
GUIDELINES & FAQ
To create your application, please download the nomination template. When you have filled out the template, please save it as a zipped file and share it with us by submitting the form below. Guidance can be found in the template and the ‘Evaluation’ section above.
For further details on how to enter the Capgemini Nordic Sustainability Tech Award, download the FAQ.
Contact us at email@example.com if you have any questions.
2022 AWARD CEREMONY
An inspiring award ceremony connecting all four Nordic countries, with the main stage being the Nobel Prize Museum in Stockholm. The event was welcomed by Laura Sprechmann, CEO of Nobel Prize Outreach, followed by Märtha Rehnberg’s message on the importance of ‘technological intuition.’ It was an evening to remember, especially for the country winners and the Nordic winner.
THOUGHT LEADERS IN SUSTAINABILITY AND SUSTAINABLE IT
Capgemini is committed to becoming a net zero business with science-based targets and is on track to becoming carbon-neutral no later than 2025. Our Thought Leadership program is integral to these ambitions as we play a leadership role in ensuring technology creates a sustainable future for all.