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Press release

Berlin 15.03.2017

Europe’s cities grow. The efficient use of heat and power is an important prerequisite, if cities want to develop in a sustainable way in the future. In order to honouring European frontrunners in the field of energy efficiency, Berliner Energieagentur (BEA) bestows the „European Energy Service Award“ (EESA) for the tenth time within the EU-project “guarantEE”. Institutions and Energy Service Companies that provide, promote and implement high quality energy services in Europe are welcome to apply for the EESA. Due to many requests the deadline was extended. Now even more participants have the opportunity to enter the contest.

Berlin 24.01.2017

Europe’s cities grow. The efficient use of heat and power is an important prerequisite, if cities want to develop in a sustainable way in the future. In order to honouring European frontrunners in the field of energy efficiency, Berliner Energieagentur (BEA) bestows the „European Energy Service Award“ (EESA) for the tenth time within the EU-project “guarantEE”.

Berlin 10.01.2017

Many public and private buildings still bear high potentials for energy cost savings. Specialized energy service companies can help reducing energy costs, e.g. by installing or operating efficient building technology on their own financial risk. Nevertheless, more than 60 percent of the building experts in the European Union have no personal experience with energy services like Energy Performance Contracting (EPC) and are rather cautious and partly sceptical about such energy service models. This are the results of a market study conducted within the European project guarantEE that is coordinated by the Berliner Energieagentur (BEA).