Partner for Innovation

The Berliner Energieagentur is a modern energy service company located in Berlin. As part of our three business divisions Consulting, Contracting and International Know-how Transfer we develop and realize innovative projects that reduce high energy costs as well as CO2 emissions.

While rooted in Berlin the BEA launches activities in regional, national and international markets.

On the initiative of the Berlin House of Representatives the Berliner Energieagentur was founded in 1992 especially due to looming effects of the climate change and a decreasing access to fossil natural resources. Therefore, facing today’s environmental challenges the BEA aims at contributing to a more efficient use of energy.

The federal state of Berlin, the Vattenfall Wärme Berlin AG, the GASAG Berliner Gaswerke Aktiengesellschaft and the KfW Bankengruppe hold an equal share of 25 percentage of the BEA. As a public-private-partnership the BEA fulfils a public mandate – nevertheless, all means and methods of doing business are committed to the premise of efficiency. Converging economics and ecology is our daily mission.

Reliability, trust, responsibility

The business policy of Berliner Energieagentur is oriented towards solid economic growth. We have long-standing and stable relationships with our customers and appreciate values such as reliability, trust and responsibility.



Berlin 08.04.2019

Chile's energy minister visits BEA

Chile's Minister of Energy, Susana Jiménez, was informed about distributed combined heat, power and cooling (CCHP) by the Berlin Energy Agency (BEA) during her stay in Berlin. Together with a high-ranking German-Chilean delegation, she visited the power station in the service complex "Königstadt-Terrassen" in Prenzlauer Berg.

Berlin / Los Angeles 14.03.2019

Transcontinental cooperation between Berlin and L.A.

The Berliner Energieagentur (BEA) and the Public Utility of Los Angeles in California have started a cooperation in the field of decentralized power generation. Both companies want to install so-called Micro Grids as stand-alone grids in both cities, via which locally generated electricity from renewable energies can be distributed via an intelligent, smart control system. Both companies and cities want to exchange and learn from each other about their experiences with this component of energy system transformation.

Brüssel 21.02.2019

City of Essen wins European Award for Energy Efficiency

The City of Essen has won one of seven awards at this year’s European Energy Service Award (EESA) ceremony. With an Energy Performance Contracting (EPC) Project in Essen City Hall that has undergone an extensively renovation in terms of energy efficiency, high cost savings and a reduction in CO 2 emissions have been achieved. The Berliner Energieagentur (BEA) together with the European Commission award the prizes, in three different categories, to outstanding European projects and institutions in the field of energy services. Other winners were municipalities, institutions and companies from