Renewable Energies

Renewable energies are energy sources that, unlike fossil fuels or uranium, never consume themselves. They occur infinitely in nature. These include water and wind power, solar energy, biomass and geothermal energy.

Why Renewable Energies?

In addition to energy efficiency and energy saving, the use of renewable energies is part of the magic triangle of climate protection. In the long term, a switch from almost the entire energy supply to renewable energies is unavoidable in order to stop climate change.

Those who use renewable energies can already reduce costs and save money today. This means that electricity can be generated more cheaply in your own facilities on or in buildings. This applies both to own consumption and to the supply of residential or commercial tenants with so-called tenant electricity.

What does BEA do?

BEA invests in its own plants based on renewable energies. This includes photovoltaic systems for electricity generation as well as combined heat and power (CHP) plants with biogas from renewable raw materials.

In our consulting projects, we provide information on the possible uses of renewable energies in an urban environment, prepare feasibility studies and contribute our know-how in the context of digitisation and Smart City.