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The specialist for distributed energy supply and renewable energy sources
STEAG New Energies GmbH, a subsidiary of STEAG GmbH, specializes in developing and implementing distributed energy solutions based on efficient and sustainable concepts. Electricity, heat, district heating, cooling,...
Chairman of the Works Council STEAG New Energies, Saarbrücken
Regional Manager Saarbrücken, IG BCE Mining, Chemicals and Energy Industrial Labor Union, Illingen
Dr. Ralf Bartels
Head of Mining and Energy Policy IG BCE, Duisburg
The STEAG New Energies team looks forward to hearing your ideas
We see ourselves as a learning company with sound values which we always live by in our work. Openness, tolerance, fairness, respect and reliability are important elements of our corporate culture.
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In the Rekentin district of Tribsees, a town in north-western Pomerania, STEAG New Energies and a farmer have operated a biogas plant together in a jointly owned company since 2010.
The biogas plant was established to convert biomass into fertilizer and...
Up-to-date concepts for distributed energy supply
As specialist for distributed energy generation we have comprehensive experience in constructing such facilities and managing their operation for local authorities and public utilities. The cooperation models differ: they range from services for...
Tailor-made energy solutions
Our tasks comprise the planning and construction of power generation and distribution systems and of instrumentation and control systems, the financing and operation of the plants, and the supply of and billing for usable energy such as heat, refrigeration and...
Home delivery of district heating
As a subsidiary of STEAG we have decades of experience in district heating supply. Alone or in joint ventures with local authorities and public utilities, we directly and reliably supply district heating to end users. Our generating plants for the most part are...
Partner in matters of energy supply
For decades we have been involved in planning, implementing and operating distributed generation facilities based on renewable sources of energy and combined heat and power generation. We make the comprehensive know-how gained from operating our own installations...
We are STEAG New Energies
[Translate to English:] Wir verstehen etwas von moderner Energiewirtschaft. STEAG bietet Dienstleistungen entlang der gesamten Wertschöpfungskette eines modernen Energieerzeugers. So sichern wir nicht nur die Versorgung sondern treiben den Wandel mit an. Gemeinsam, sicher...
Heating comfort with a good environmental footprint
District heating is the only future technology which permits integrating renewable energy sources quickly and economically into a large-area heating supply system....
Woelfling-lès-Sarreguemines wind turbines
In the town of Woelfling-lès-Sarreguemines in the Lorraine region we operate five wind turbines with a total nominal output of 10.25 megawatts. We have leased the required site areas on a long-term basis from the town and local farmers.
The wind turbines...
Ullersdorf Wind Farm
In the Dahme-Spreewald rural district (Brandenburg) we have invested 81 million euros to build our biggest wind farm to date. At the former munitions dump Weichensdorf, a wooded area, 18 wind turbines, each with an electric capacity of 2.4 megawatts, were erected. The units,...
Generating energy where it is needed
In distributed generation, energy (electricity, heat, refrigeration, process steam) is produced and made available close to the consumer by small power plants.
As partners to industry, local authorities, public utilities and the housing sector we develop...
Mine gas engine plant
We operate our largest mine gas-fired engine plant at the STEAG Völklingen/Fenne power plant site. In each of the 14 modules around 1,500 cubic meters of mine gas per hour can be used. The installed electric and thermal capacity, respectively, is in excess of 40 megawatts....