In addition to its public relations work, the Renewable Energy Agency carries out various projects on more specific topics relating to the energy transition. These projects address different stakeholder levels (e.g. federal states, local structures, etc.) as well as specific topics such as acceptance, the heating sector or the potential of renewable energies. Usually, the projects are carried out together with other actors or a funding agency. An overview of the range of services and more information on the individual projects can be found below.

Energiewende TwinningTowns

The project aims at existing or planned cooperations between European cities or communities that intend to deepen or initiate their cooperation on renewable energies. The core of the project are bilateral workshops in one of the twinning municipalities, which offer municipal authorities and local stakeholders such as public utilities the opportunity to exchange experience and transfer knowledge.

KlimaPro 2030

The project KlimaPro 2030 sets out to inform agricultural professionals about opportunities of climate-friendly farming practices.

Municipal Heat Transition

The project addresses the prevalent backlog relating to the implementation of the heat transition at municipal level by collecting, systematizing and re-evaluating existing recommendations for action.