Steinbeis University Berlin

The Steinbeis University  Berlin is a part of the Steinbeis Network, an International service provider in entrepreneurial knowledge and technology transfer including about 1.000 enterprises, 730 professors, 1800 employees and over 3.500 freelancers.
The university is named after Ferdinand von Steinbeis (1803 – 1893), a trailblazer of the dual education system. As early as the mid-19th century, he developed the concept of practice-oriented technology transfer.

Based on a model known as the “Project Competence Concept”, the state-approved Steinbeis University Berlin established transfer institutes to offer students and companies practice-oriented degree programs and certificate courses in higher education.

Renewable Energy Hamburg

The Hamburg city region, from Cuxhaven to Lübeck, and from Neumünster to Lüneburg, is today already the centre of north German activities. Everywhere in the Hamburg city region, entrepreneurs, scientists and politicians are working to make renewable energy even more of a success. A wide range of industrial and service companies have settled in the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg. They range from systems and component manufacturers to project management, installation and maintenance firms and companies offering consultation, certification, financing, insurance and logistics, through to energy providers and traders.

The EEHH “Renewable Energy Hamburg” network was set up in order to strengthen and promote cooperation in the sector. It works to pool the wide-ranging skills among companies, research facilities and institutions. It also provides a platform for dialogue among stakeholders, and promotes interfaces to other sectors, such as logistics. The Academy of renewable energies is a member of the EEHH.