In the following we have collated all press releases from 2013.
Stromnetz Berlin GmbH releases estimates for grid usage fees
Berlin distribution system operator Stromnetz Berlin GmbH has just released two new mobile apps which allow users to view their domestic electricity consumption and access live displays of electricity consumption in the whole of Berlin.
It doesn't get better than this: The Berlin electricity grid is being run at 100% efficiency with further improvements to supply reliability
Stromnetz Berlin GmbH recently launched its own brand channel on the YouTube video portal. The Berlin distribution system operator will regularly update the channel, which can be reached via the link below, to keep visitors and subscribers informed about the latest news from the Berlin electricity grid.
Yesterday afternoon, a crane was used to place a 65-tonne transformer for the new substation at Berlin-Britz into the building at Buckower Damm.
At a cost of around €3.5 million, Stromnetz Berlin GmbH is having the underground electricity grid replaced in Mierendorffplatz in Charlottenburg. Local domestic customers and business customers will be able to enjoy improved supply quality.
The topping out ceremony for the structural work of the new substation in Berlin-Britz took place on Wednesday, 12 June 2013, marking the end of a construction period that lasted around 14 months.
After around 85 years of service, the first pylon on the stretch of overhead electricity lines between Charlottenburg and Moabit on Quedlinburger Strasse was dismantled. Over the next few weeks, this complete 110,000 volt section of overhead line, measuring around 4.7 km in total and with 29 electricity pylons of up to 45 m in height will be dismantled by the operators of Berlin's energy grid.
Stromnetz Berlin GmbH, the Berlin distribution system operator, plans to invest some €1.4 billion in grid infrastructure over the next ten years.