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Press event on the roof of the "Rotes Rathaus"

Press event on the roof of the "Rotes Rathaus"




Brussels 04.07.2022

Saving energy together - New Online Portal supports SMEs in increasing their energy efficiency

With more than 25 million SMEs in Europe, this sector represents an enormous energy saving potential. SMEs are often prevented from implementing energy audits and energy savings measures due to lack of expertise, time, and capital, but also lack of dedicated support. The Energy Efficient SME portal has been designed to unlock this untapped potential. The portal offers a range of support, including a handbook, training materials and tools, and inspiring best practice case studies from selected countries in Europe.

Berlin 06.05.2021

Report "Environmental Aspects in Public Procurement in Europe" published

This report summarizes the contents of the conference "Environmental Aspects in Public Procurement in Europe". It took place on 1st and 2nd of October 2020 in Berlin. It was organized as a two-day hybrid and digital conference with national and international guests and speakers. Key topics were climate protection, circular economy, biodiversity and a non-toxic environment.

Berlin 28.01.2021

German-Indian dialogue on the financing of energy services

Michael Geißler was invited today as an expert to take part in an exchange of experiences between Germany and India on different business models for energy service companies (ESCOs). In a lecture, the managing director of the Berliner Energieagentur (BEA) mainly presented financing models for various energy services and, in an open dialogue, best practice examples from the BEA environment, which could possibly be used on the Indian market.

Berlin 01.09.2020

EU project wants to raise energy saving potential in SMEs

In small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), there is energy-saving potential that goes hand in hand with more efficient energy use in processes and in building use. In order to identify this potential and use it as an example for the more than 25 million SMEs in Europe, the EU Commission has approved funding the GEAR@SME project, which started on September 1, 2020. The Berliner Energieagentur (BEA) is a partner in the project and is responsible for implementation in Germany.