The founding and management team of Entelios is comprised of experienced entrepreneurs from the energy industry, the Internet and the IT and telecommunications industries.

Harald von Heyden

Harald von Heyden

Member of the Board
Harald von Heyden (44) has nearly 20 years experience as manager and entrepreneur, with focus on international energy trading and business development. After some time as energy specialist at McKinsey in the late 90’s he founded Statkraft’s successful business in Germany and EGL Nordic’s (now Axpo Nordic) leading trading business in the Nordics, before he was part of the top management of both EGL AG (now Axpo Trading) and later Vattenfall and board member of Statkraft. The latest couple of years he’s been working within private equity with focus on renewable energy.

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Alois Wichtlhuber

Memeber of the Board
Alois Wichtlhuber joined the initial Entelios team in 2009 prior to the foundation of Entelios in 2010. He had studied Electronics and was in senior top management positions with the US based Hightech company LSI running a worldwide business unit and engineering organization. Driven by his wish to engage in a start-up in the energy world to work on aspects of the German Energiewende he decided that Demand Response has the potential to become an important piece of a new energy economics.


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Stephan Lindner

Member of the Board
Stephan Lindner, co-founder and Member of the Board of Entelios AG, is a physicist (Diplom-Physiker) with over 18 years of experience in systems integration projects in the telecommunications and high-tech industries. At Entelios, he is responsible for the development of the Demand Response platform and the Network Operations Center (NOC). Already in 1995 Stephan Lindner founded an Internet startup. Before he joined Entelios he worked at the consulting firm Accenture, where he was involved with virtually all large telecommunications companies in Germany; he left Accenture at partner level. Stephan Lindner is an expert on the subject of electro-mobility, having participated in a large study for a German utility group.