Energy Technologies

For the German capital region, the energy technologies sector plays a significant role in the national energy supply and its structural transformation towards renewable energies. A strong network of different players, including a broad business and science landscape, politics and public administration, allows for an effective innovation cooperation through knowledge and technology transfer.

Overview of energy technologies

Industry focuses

wind and bioenergy, energy efficiency technologies, energy networks and storage systems/e-mobility, solar energy, turbo machines and power station engineering, energy systems, system integration (integration of renewable energies)
Number of companies~ 6.300*
Number of employees~ 56.100*
Key PlayersAlstom, Bosch Solar Energy, E.ON edis, Enertrag, Energiequelle, EWE, GASAG, GE Power Conversion, MAN Turbo, PCK Raffinerie, PSI, Rolls-Royce, Siemens, Stromnetz Berlin, 50Hertz, Vattenfall, Vestas Blades, Younicos (a selection)
Regional networks/associations   EWET/CEBRA (BTU), Innovative Energiesysteme Berlin-Brandenburg, Berlin Brandenburg Energy Network  (BEN), Netzwerk E (BEA), FEE/BBK, BWE, Mobkom, ETI, B3, Behrends Consult, IZE (TU Berlin) (a selection)
Important events Brandenburger Energietage, Berliner Energietage, Green Ventures, Windenergietage, BDEW Jahreskongress

* The data is taken from the Cluster Report Energy Technology for 2015.

You will find additional information on the Energy Technology Cluster in Berlin-Brandenburg in the Berlin Business Location Center, on the website of the Economic Development Agency Brandenburg and on the Cluster homepage.