At Vattenfall, we develop solutions and innovations to make living fossil-free within one generation possible. Innovations are crucial for the development of society and our future. By awarding the Grand Prize for Engineering in the Innovation category, we want to celebrate new innovations that meet future requirements and enable a sustainable society.
The winner of the Grand Prize for Engineering in Innovation can be an individual engineer or a team with a majority of engineering expertise.
The winner has been working on innovation projects in 2022 to solve some of society’s challenges. The outcome of their work is already visible.
The Grand Prize for Engineering 2022 – Innovation – awarded by Vattenfall
Winner: Antonio Capezza for SaniSOLE
Innovation is a combination of creativity, entrepreneurship, leadership, and subject knowledge. Innovation can be disruptive and change large systems or incremental and refine existing systems. In our time, with significant challenges in climate and environment, innovation is more necessary than ever and becoming increasingly important. The jury has evaluated the nominees based on all of these aspects and found a winner who, through diligent systematic work, has realized a product that has great potential to enable many people to reduce their carbon footprint and use an environmentally friendly and circular product while maintaining quality. Antonio Capezza, together with the team behind Sanisole, wins for their work with recyclable and environmentally friendly sanitation products.
The 2022 jury:
Linnea Kvist – Kommunikationschef, Innovationsföretagen
Paulina Modlitba – Programdirektör, Women in Tech
Jonas Wilde – Director Generation Research & Development, Vattenfall
The Jury for The 2023 Grand Prize for Engineering in Innovation consists of the following
Women in Tech
Research & Development,
Head of Communications,
Nominations will open soon.
Please fill in the information below to nominate an individual engineer or team. We require your details to complete the nomination.