Sebastian Bartels

Job Title
SVP, Head of Global Sustainability Services

Sebastian Bartels is leading the global sustainability services area at DEKRA, helping organizations to define and achieve their sustainable development related goals and strategies. With a background in safety & environmental engineering, Sebastian is responsible for DEKRA's portfolio providing sustainability solutions spanning testing, inspection, certification, verification, training and advisory services in the areas of Energy Transition, ESG and Circular Economy. Previously, he worked in various senior management and expert roles in the Consulting, Testing, Inspection and Certification industry, as well as in Mobility, Logistics and Transportation. He is active in global, European, and national standardization and associations and teaches post-graduates at a university as associated lecturer. Sebastian lives in Belgium and Germany. DEKRA is the world's leading unlisted and independent expert organization, combining technical expertise and global presence in over 60 countries.

March 09, 2023Creating Trust and Transparency as Foundation for Successful Energy Transition in the Supply Chain


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October 29, 2020

In this episode we want to shed light on the role of Dubai, and the MENA region for the new energy world. On board as the expert of the episode is Cornelius Matthes.

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Intersolar AWARD 2022: Finalists Announced

April 7, 2022

Innovative technological developments, high efficiency levels and sustainable solutions are the name of the game in the solar industry in 2022 – whether it’s module technology, inverters or balance of system. PV modules with high-efficiency cells, reduced shading losses, lead-free modules and reusable transport units are but some of the innovations that have made it into the final round of the Intersolar AWARD. Inverter manufacturers are also responding and adapting their products to high-output cell technology, transforming their inverters into ever-smarter all-rounders.

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Renewable Energy Market Middle East: Status, Trends & Recommendations

February 7, 2022

Expert Inteview with Ben Attia, Senior Research Analyst, Energy Transition Practice, Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables

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