About us

We are a startup from Cologne that was founded in May 2017 as a spin-off of RWTH Aachen University. As researchers at RWTH, the five envelio founders have been developing software and algorithms for the planning and operation of energy networks for more than five years. Instead of the research results of our dissertations being filed away, we wanted to make them accessible for the public and have founded envelio. Since then, we have experienced a rapid growth. Currently, we are a team of more than 30 employees, who continue to develop the Intelligent Grid Platform as an innovative digitization platform for energy grids.

Our Team


Dr. Simon Koopmann


Dr. Fabian Potratz

Head of Software Development

Dr. Philipp Goergens

Head of Customer Operations

Moritz Cramer

Head of IT Operations

Dr. Philipp Erlinghagen

Head of Business Development

Dr. Tobias Falke

Team Lead Onboarding

Robin Ashrafuzzaman

Software Engineer

Nikodem Bienia


Parameeta Brahma

DevOps Engineer

Gerard Díaz Perlas


Armin Fatemi

Project Engineer

Lena Faßbender

Working Student / Master

Kira Frings

Team lead Data Engineering

Felix Glinka

Team Lead Backend

Marius Görtz

Senior Project Engineer

Artjom Gräfenstein

Working Student

Kai Habermann

Software Engineer

Bernhard Japes

Project Engineer

Ivo Keuken

Working Student

Sebastian Klopfer

Working Student

Jeffrey Kramer

Working Student

Sharath Maligera-Eswarappa

SecOps Engineer

André Mertschuweit

DevOps Engineer

Mostafa Mollaahmadi

Software Engineer

Marc Pape

Software Engineer

Christian Pfeiffer

Software Engineer

Anaёl Placidet

Working Student

Kiril Safin

Data Engineer

Daniel Schema

Working Student

Moemmur Shahzad

Software Engineer

Marcel Spitz

Team Lead Frontend & Design

Nikita Stumpf

Master Thesis

Yiyao Tang

Executive Management Assistant

Sandra Tränckner

Business Development

Maria Vasconcelos

Working Student

Timo Walter

Job offers

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 867602.