Inna Braverman

Inna Braverman founded Eco Wave Power at the age of 24, and under her leadership the company installed its first grid-connected wave energy array and secured a significant projects pipeline of 190MW.
She was recognized by Wired Magazine as one of the “Females Changing the World”, chosen as “Tomorrow’s Hero” by CNN, and is the winner of the “Women4Climate” award by C40 and the United Nations “Global Climate Action Award”.
For Inna, clean electricity is a very personal journey, as she was born two weeks after the Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster and suffered respiratory arrest due to the pollution in the region. She got a second chance in life and decided to devote it to the development of a clean and safe method of electricity production.