Impressions Green Peak Festival 2022

Many thanks to all partners, speakers and participants who made the GREEN PEAK FESTIVAL 2022 possible. We are proud of over 585 visitors and a wide and positive media echo.

The first GREEN PEAK FESTIVAL in 2022 was a full-day event consisting of the parts conference, networking, award & music and covered various topics related to sustainability & climate protection.

At the conference we brought together Austrian and international sustainability innovators and change-makers from the worlds of business, finance, politics, and civil society to present their work, foster international exchange, and galvanize action for a better, greener future. No less than the fate of future generations depend on the choices we make today.

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Gala Dinner

At our special Gala Dinner partners, speakers and supporters of the GREEN PEAK FESTIVAL were invited. During the evening, the pre-selection of the Green Tech Start Ups for the Green Peak Award was made in cooperation with Austria Wirtschaftsservice (aws).

Gala Dinner at Palais Hansen Kempinski Vienna on the 21st of September 2022


Top-class speakers & guest from business, civil society, culture and politics came to our first GREEN PEAK FESTIVAL.

Federal Minister Karoline Edtstadler, Heinz Fischer, Former President of the Republic Austria, Claudia Gamon, Member of the EU Parliament, Helga Kromp-Kolb, climate researcher, Achim Wambach, President of the Center for European Economic Research and Wolfgang Petritsch, President of the Institute for International Politics in Vienna. We were particularly pleased to have Jean Todt, former Ferrari Team Principal and FIA President as well as UN Special Envoy for Road Safety, as a speaker. The conference featured several panels moderated by Austrian journalists including Corinna Milborn, Martin Pacher and Martina Bachler.

GREEN PEAK FESTIVAL 2022 in the MAK-Museum of applied arts on the 22nd of September 2022


Together with our supporting partner, Austria Wirtschaftsservice (aws), we have been looking for Austria's most promising start-up in the field of sustainability and green tech.

The aws managed the selection process for the Green Peak Award: Out of 80 submissions, 8 were invited to the Gala Dinner and 4 of the most promising Green Start-Ups got the opportunity to pitch their company in front of the GREEN PEAK FESTIVAL audience: ParaStruct, AgroBiogel, Livin Farms & Lignovations. The winner was determined through a voting process where the audience was allowed to choose their favorite.

Green Peak Award Winner 2022: AgroBiogel


After all the exciting and mind changing conversations we close the first GREEN PEAK FESTIVAL 2022 on the dance floor. Behind the big Conference Stage there was an extra Music Stage with a professional sound system for our two main DJ Acts Wolfram and MÖWE and Wolfram.


Founded 2013 by Melanie Ebietoma and Clemens Martinuzzi, MÖWE soon evolved rapidly and won the hearts of music lovers all over the world.
MÖWE developed a unique Sound and Music Style. Melanie and Clemens are a total work of art. Both musicians know how to play the guitar, bass, piano and they can sing. This is impressive for the audience and ensures enthusiastic dancing.


DJ and Producer Wolfram is one of the most requested DJ exports from Austria. His name is well known among clubbers in New York, Tokyo, Ibiza and Berlin.
His heart belongs in the 80s. Techno, trashy Eurodance and Italo-Disco-Sounds are melting together into Music which stucks in your head easily, moves your legs to the rhythm and keeps the mood up till the morning.

Advisory Committee

Norbert Harringer

Sustainability, and in particular how we master climate change, is one of the very big challenges.

For me personally, for AGRANA as an energy-intensive processor of agricultural raw materials, for our suppliers and customers, and for society as a whole, this is an issue of increasingly existential importance.

That is why we are pursuing an ambitious plan to switch to renewable energy sources to reduce our climate impact.

Norbert Harringer
CTO at AGRANA Beteiligungs-AG
Monika Froehler

The biggest challenge and the biggest opportunity of humankind currently is to do our utmost to keep our fragile planet sustainable, healthy and prosperous for the generations to come. We are the last generation that can still do something meaningful about stopping the overheating of the planet. The good news: we have all the science, tools, skills and connectedness we need at hand, if only we truly act as global citizens.

Monika Froehler
CEO Ban Ki-moon Centre for Global Citizens
Michael Höllerer

For me, sustainability and especially environmental protection are essential and indispensable components of everyday life and our society. I would like to contribute my ideas so that new and necessary paths can be taken in order to act “responsibly” - towards people, the environment and the economy - today and in the future.

Michael Höllerer
General Director Raiffeisen NÖ-Wien
Lena Hoschek

Conscious consumption, an appreciation of the environment and the careful use of resources - that’s what sustainability means to me.
As a textile manufacturer, it is very important to me to create durable fashion that can last for generations.

Lena Hoschek
Lena Hoschek GmbH
Johannes Wesemann

Climate protection means commitment at all levels. We have to demonstrate, inform, inspire, educate and hold those legally accountable who intentionally damage the environment.

Johannes Wesemann
ALLRise | Association for the Promotion of Environmental Protection, Democracy and the Rule of Law
Wolfgang Anzengruber

It is a huge challenge for all of us, to limit global warming and climate change.
We have to unite all our efforts to achieve sustainability in each sector of our economy.

Wolfgang Anzengruber
CEOs for Future
Bettina Leidl

The effects of the climate crisis are omnipresent and widely visible. Because of its complexity and drama, the climate crisis is ultimately also a crisis of our imagination.

Bettina Leidl
Managing Director of the MuseumsQuartier

Thanks to our partners 2023

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