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Event Date: 28-29 January 2019
Event Organizer: Projektträger Jülich und Wissenschaftliche Begleitforschung Energiewendebauen
Event Location: Berlin

The two-day Energiewendebauen congress, together with national and international players from practice, research and politics, aims to provide new impetus for innovative cross-sector solutions in the building and district sector to contribute to the transformation of energy supply in the medium and long term.

Together with national and international actors from practice, research and politics, the two-day congress Energiewendebauen aims to set new impulses so that innovative cross-sector solutions in buildings and districts contribute to the transition of energy supply in the medium and long term.

The event will focus on digitisation, flexibilisation and sector coupling as key building blocks on the road to energy system transformation. In addition to presentations by Siemens CEO Cedrik Neike and E.ON CEO Dr. Karsten Wildberger, scientists will present their research projects from the Energiewendebauen funding initiative. Federal Economics Minister Peter Altmaier will open the second day of the event with a half-hour speech.


The event is thematically divided into four sessions:

  • Session I Smart Building: Where are the potentials of digitisation and how can net energy savings be realised?
  • Session II Smart City: What are the opportunities and challenges of digitisation with regard to a holistic formulation of objectives for districts of the future?
  • Session III Smart Grid: What role do systemic approaches play for energy transition?
  • Session IV Smart Technology: What are the key technologies for energy transition?

The event will also feature pitches from start-ups in the energy sector, an accompanying poster exhibition with competition and various panel discussions.


Capital representative office of Deutsche Telekom,
Französische Straße 33a-c, 10117 Berlin, Germany


Organizational: Alexandra Knops, Projektträger Jülich

Content: Tanja Osterhage, Accompanying research Energiewendebauen



Last Update: 19. November 2018

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