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Energie-Museum Berlin
Schild des Energie-Museums Berlin
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Kraftswerktechnik im Energie-Museum Berlin
Energie-Museum Berlin in der Teltowkanalstraße in Berlin-Lankwitz
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Kabel im Energie-Museum
Hochspannungsisolatoren vor dem Energie-Museum

The Förderkreis zur Sammlung historischer Anlagenteile und Geräte aus der Technik der Strom- und Wärmeversorgung Berlins e.V. was founded by Bewag (Berliner Elektrizitätswerke AG) on May 10, 2001.

The non-profit association operates the museum in the former battery storage facility on the grounds of the former Steglitz cogeneration plant. It presents the development of energy supply technology and illustrates its relationship to the "electropolis" of Berlin. In particular, young people are to be introduced to energy supply technology.

Various technologies are presented: power plant technology, grid technology, public lighting, communication technology, measurement technology, occupational safety and application technology.

The board of directors and all employees work on a voluntary basis. A visit to the museum is therefore only possible after making an appointment by telephone.

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Opening hours,

Based on appointment

The museum has no fixed opening times. Visits are only possible after prior agreement. Small groups of up to 5 people may be offered guided tours provided the required safety distance and nose / mouth protection are observed. If you are interested, please use the contact form on the museum's website to make an appointment..


Teltowkanalstraße 9, 12247 Berlin


+49 (30) 70 17 77 55


+49 (30) 70 17 77 57



Free entrance





Free entrance



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