Berliner Energieagentur (BEA)
Objectives and Strategy
The Berlin Energy Agency was founded in 1992 as a private limited company on the initiative of the Berlin senate with the aim to identify energy saving potentials and to facilitate the implementation of renewable energy sources. Equal partners of the Berlin Energy Agency are Deutsche Ausgleichsbank (public law corporation), Bewag plc. (utility) and the State of Berlin.
Innovative projects that guarantee the reduction of energy costs on the one hand and reduction of CO2-emissions on the other hand have so far been developed and realised for industrial plants, small and medium-sized companies, hospitals, housing companies as well as for public and non-commercial institutions.
The Berlin Energy Agency acts on local and regional level as well as internationally as a project co-ordinator in the framework of various EU-supported projects.
The Berlin Energy Agency has two main scopes of business:
- Energy Supply Services
The Berlin Energy Agency offers consultation in development and realisation of advanced energy management, which comprises
- Analysis and concept development
- Planning and call for tenders
- Award of contract and project controlling
- Monitoring and evaluation
- Training and qualification
Consumption and costs are reduced by
- Rational use of energy
- Cogeneration of heat and power
- Renewable energies
- Energy-saving construction
- Integrated traffic concepts
As an operator the Berlin Energy Agency takes over the financing and planning, the installation and operation, the control and accounting of energy supply at its own risk. The services comprise
- Combined heat and power/district heating
- Photovoltaics and solarthermal plants
- Cooling and pneumatic systems
Our experiences as an operator secure the know-how needed for the concept development in our consulting division
Brussels, 20 February 2019 – Within the Covenant of Mayors Investment Forum, the Berliner Energieagentur together with the European Commission award the prizes, in three different categories, to outstanding European projects and institutions in the field of energy services.
The EESA is organised by Berliner Energieagentur in the context of the project guarantEE, funded by the European Commission’s research and innovation programme Horizon 2020.
The “Guide on good practice in energy efficiency for Central and South Eastern Europe (CESEC)” that gathers more than 60 good practices meant to support a clean energy transition in that region has been published.
The year 2017-2018 is important for many FEDARENE members who celebrate their milestone anniversary.
With its climate-friendly contracting model, the Berlin Energy Agency (BEA) is continuing its successful energy efficiency partnership with the housing cooperative Bremer Höhe
The project ‘Energy and Climate Protection in Kindergartens’, run by BEA, is aimed at children between the ages of 4 and 6, preschool teachers and the technical staff of Berlin’s 2,200 kindergartens, Germany.
With the Online Pre-Check for Energy Performance Contracting (EPC) building owners and facility managers can find out if EPC works for them.
The action contributes to the national objective of reducing CO2 emissions by 40 % until 2020 (compared to 1990), defined in the government’s Integrated Climate and Energy Programme.
Discover the final report of the European Energy Service Initiative towards the EU 2020 energy saving targets project.
Here can be found the links to the Directory of European Energy Agencies, the Newsletters and the Good Practice Brochure of the ManagEnergy – Supporting local and regional sustainable energy actions 2002-2015 edition
We are please to announce that the Module 2 of our ManagEnergy Master Classes is now open for application.
This first edition of the ManagEnergy Networking Event aims to give senior staff from local and regional energy agencies all the tips to position their agency as a leader in the energy transition. On the agenda: new services, large scale projects, positioning your energy agency for success.
Leading the Energy Transition: local action, large impacts – with Rob Hopkins.
The ManagEnergy Master Classes consist of tailor-made 3-day programmes in Brussels, delivered by leading energy experts and targeting senior and management level energy agency staff.