The 2016 EDF Pulse Awards have reached the next step: evaluating and choosing the projects that will be presented to the grand jury on 22 March.
Evaluating the projects consists of a round table presentation of the experts’ favourites, as well as discussions and questions to determine a list of 10 to 15 projects in each category. Below is the list of the four committees that will evaluate and select the projects competing for the EDF Pulse Awards in January 2016.
The projects chosen will then be evaluated even more in depth by the committees, who are in direct contact with the start-ups, in order to nominate between 12 and 15 projects in mid-February. With personalised support from EDF, these projects will prepare to present in front of the Jury.
After the Jury’s decision, two finalist projects from each category will be presented to online voters in April. You will be able to choose the most meaningful innovation that best embodies progress.
Qualified leading figures from the world of innovation as well as subject experts, both internal and external to EDF Group, will meet for an entire day to discuss the projects.
Nathalie Bissot-Campos – Club Digital Santé
Gilles Cerardi – EDF Commerce
Myriam Chatry – EDF HR Division
Véronique Ezratty - EDF – Department of Medical Studies