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 runs the museum in the former battery storage facility on the site of the former Steglitz combined heat and power plant. It presents the development of energy supply technology and illustrates its relationship to the "electropolis" of Berlin. In particular, it aims to introduce young people to energy supply technology.
The museum is divided into the following subject areas: Power plant technology, grid technology/grid operation, new technologies, measurement and protection technology, communication technology, building services and public lighting. In addition, the museum has its own archive as well as a library and database.
The Energie Museum Berlin is run by its members on a voluntary basis. A visit to the museum is therefore usually only possible after prior registration via the contact form.
Based on appointment
The museum has no fixed opening hours. Please book guided tours via the contact form at www.energie-museum.de. You can take part in an unannounced express tour, which usually takes place on the last Saturday of the month at 11 am. The next date is noted on the website under News.
Teltowkanalstraße 9, 12247 Berlin
+49 (30) 70 17 77 57
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