The Energieanlagen Greifswald GmbH

The EAG GmbH stands for comprehensive industrial plant construction from a single source. Under one roof,
we combine almost all specialist disciplines to plan, implement, commission, and maintain both turnkey complete projects
and operationally related individual projects.


Anlagen- und Rohrleitungsbau
Pipeline and Steel Construction
Konventioneller und kerntechnischer Anlagenbau
Conventional and Nuclear Plant Construction
Rückbau kerntechnischer Anlagen
Decommissioning of Nuclear Facilities
Component and Special Part Manufacturing
Plant Service
Misch- und Dosiertechnik
Mixing and
Dosing Technology
Engineering, Planning,
and Design
Personalleasing (AÜG)
Personnel Leasing (AÜG)

EAG - the international industrial service provider
for the process industry

Under the leadership of the company founders, who collectively possess over 50 years of technical and business experience in various industrial sectors, we, at Energieanlagen Greifswald GmbH, bring together over 100 employees at our locations in Greifswald (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern) and Berlin.
The origins and corporate structures of EAG trace back to the year 1996. In early 2017, EAG emerged from several companies of the former AKB Group, now uniting the diverse experiences and competencies of former AKB employees into a single company.

Your reliable partner in plant construction with expertise and continuity

Our scope of services extends from planning to commissioning. Additionally, we are engaged in employee leasing and can support our customers with suitable specialist personnel.

EAG GmbH stands for comprehensive industrial plant construction under one roof. We bring together almost all disciplines to plan, implement, commission, and maintain turnkey complete projects as well as operationally close individual projects.

Energieanlagen Greifswald GmbH sees itself as an internationally operating industrial service provider for the German and European economy. Through competent and qualified services of high quality, we act as a reliable partner for our customers, promoting long-term and trustworthy collaboration.

Through our own manufacturing facilities in Germany, we are capable of realizing larger projects with the necessary quality for you. Our employees at both the Greifswald location and our assembly sites contribute to meeting the requirements of our customers safely, with high quality, promptly, and reliably. Our engineers, technicians, as well as fitters, lead fitters, and site managers flexibly, reliably, and competently contribute to achieving market-leading performance.

EAG - Experience from Greifswald

Our customers include numerous companies from all areas of the energy sector.
We also provide solutions for the process industry in the fields of food, chemistry & petrochemistry, oil & gas, pharma & biopharma, metallurgy, and mining.

EAG increases the efficiency of its plants, ensures high availability, and reduces maintenance costs. Our portfolio covers the entire value chain, from engineering, manufacturing, assembly, maintenance, plant expansion to general overhauls.
The name EAG stands for high expertise and quality competence, reliability, adherence to deadlines, and customer satisfaction in all industries, whether in plant and piping construction, manufacturing, or the decommissioning of nuclear facilities.

We are always committed to creating the basis for long-term and collaborative business relationships with all interested parties through quality and competence.
Benefit from the performance and expertise of our company.



EAG City Cruiser – City Cycling Greifswald

The EAG successfully participated as a team in the City Cycling event in the municipality of Greifswald and collected a lot of kilometers from 01.05. to 21.05.24.

With a total of 3,070 kilometers ridden, the EAG City Cruiser saved over 509.7kg of CO2 both on the way to work and in their free time, and made a significant contribution to active cycling promotion, strong climate protection, and improved quality of life in the surrounding area.

EAG Bicycle


Trade Fair Appearance with Ministerial Discussion in Hanover

As experts in comprehensive industrial plant construction, we were once again represented at this year's Hanover Fair. The world's leading trade fair showcased innovations from a wide range of industrial sectors under one roof.

A highlight was the discussion with Reinhard Meyer, Minister for Economy, Infrastructure, Tourism, and Labor of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. In a trusting exchange, we were able to present our diverse competencies from planning to implementation to maintenance. Such encounters with representatives from politics and industry are valuable for discussing future topics. We thank him for the constructive conversation.

Discussion with Reinhard Meyer


Innovative Waste Heat Utilization Concept for TRIMET Aluminium

Energieanlagen Greifswald GmbH (EAG) is pleased to announce a new major contract for an exciting project on waste heat utilization at TRIMET Aluminium SE in Essen.
TRIMET operates a smelting electrolysis plant in Essen for aluminum production with three flexible electrolysis lines and a foundry. One of these lines has been flexibilized for load control by +/- 25 MW and requires a system for operation-dependent cooling and insulation of the electrolysis cells. The resulting waste heat is intended to be fed into a district heating network in the future.

Following a conceptual study on the utilization of waste heat from the fan stations of the electrolysis, the foundry was also identified as a potential source of waste heat. A short study identified a potential of 2.5 MW of waste heat capacity and 13 GWh/a of waste heat quantity.
Based on these preliminary investigations, an innovative overall concept for the utilization of both sources of waste heat has now been developed. EAG has been commissioned with the planning and implementation of this concept. The waste heat is intended to be used both for feeding into the district heating network and for self-use for the internal heat supply of the plant.
We are very excited about this challenging project and the opportunity to demonstrate our expertise in industrial plant construction and execution planning. With tailor-made solutions from a single source, we contribute to resource-saving and sustainable energy utilization.

The contract is sealed with a handshake


Visit us from April 22nd to 26th, 2024 at Hannover Messe!

We are not only proud to be part of this globally leading industrial fair, but also see the upcoming days as an important opportunity for further education and exchange with other industry experts. Come by and discover how we are working together on innovative solutions for a sustainable future.

Where to find us?

Hall 7, Booth D12

Today, you will be greeted by our Managing Director Mr. Lüdeke (left) and our Authorized Representative Mr. Tschammer (right).

We look forward to seeing you and having many interesting conversations!  


Sustainable Heat for Halle: The New Power-to-Heat Plant

The energy transition in Halle (Saale) is progressing, and with the new Power-to-Heat plant at the Dieselstraße Energy Park, we have taken a significant step towards a sustainable energy future. In collaboration with 32 partners of the Energy Initiative Halle (Saale), this innovative plant with a capacity of 45 megawatts has been officially put into operation. The Power-to-Heat plant converts excess electricity from renewable energies into heat, which is then efficiently stored and distributed to customers via the district heating network. With an impressive efficiency rate of 99.9 percent, this plant sets a standard for our energy future and is a crucial component of EVH's decarbonization strategy.

Group photo with our partners


EAG Invests in Self-Sufficiency through PV System

Energieanlagen Greifswald (EAG) is investing in the construction of a photovoltaic system primarily for self-sufficiency. In collaboration with ATA Solar, the installation has commenced, featuring a total of 71 photovoltaic modules spread across an area of approximately 138 square meters.

The completion of the system is scheduled for the second quarter of 2024.

With a total capacity of 29.82 kilowatt-peak (KWp), the system is designed to generate up to 17,300 kilowatt-hours (kWh) annually. This significantly contributes to covering EAG's own energy needs, with 88% of the generated electricity used internally. As a result, we reduce CO2 emissions by approximately 7 tons per year. This investment supports our efforts towards a more sustainable operation.

Our roof with the installed solar panels


EAG in New York City: Conference on Sustainable Buildings

Energieanlagen Greifswald recently had the honor of participating in the Conference on Sustainable Buildings and Energy Efficiency in New York City, held on January 30, 2024. As part of the German delegation in New York, we connected with various renowned companies.

The conference focused on the significant theme of decarbonizing buildings. From January 29 to February 2, we engaged in stimulating discussions, contributed our expertise in energy efficiency, and played a role in the global dialogue on sustainable practices.

We look forward to leveraging the insights gained from the conference to further enhance our comprehensive solutions in the field of renewable energy.

Group photo at the New York City Hall


Framework Agreement for Maintenance Work at EWN until 2027

At the end of 2023, EAG won the public tender for the maintenance framework agreement from the Disposal Plant for Nuclear Facilities in Lubmin.

The scope includes work in piping, steel construction, and plant engineering in all outdoor, control, and active areas. Employees with approval according to §15 Radiation Protection Ordinance and security checks according to §12 are deployed to meet radiation protection requirements.

The contract period extends from January 1, 2024, to December 31, 2027, covering holidays with on-call availability for urgent tasks.

Energieanlagen Greifswald is pleased to continue the long-standing collaboration with EWN in this area for over 7 years.

EWN Aerial View


Hannover Stöcken 2nd Construction Phase

December 23, 2019 - Hannover Stöcken 2nd Construction Phase Energieanlagen Greifswald (EAG) - Latest Update on the Project in Hannover Stöcken: Progress in the 2nd Construction Phase

Energieanlagen Greifswald (EAG) is pleased to report on the current progress in the 2nd construction phase of the project in Hannover Stöcken. The focus of this phase is the establishment of a heat node, representing a significant step towards sustainable energy supply.

In the course of this construction phase, a total of 45 shut-off valves of various dimensions (DN 150 to DN 700) will be delivered and installed. This forms a crucial basis for the efficient functioning of the heat node. In addition, the delivery includes 5 heat exchangers, each weighing an impressive 12 tons. The pipelines, ranging in dimensions from DN 15 to DN 900, are not only delivered but also professionally assembled and insulated.

The emerging heat node aims to ensure supply for the process and space heating needs of the Volkswagen plant. It will also cover the base load of district heating and electricity for the supply area of Stadtwerke Hannover. This innovative approach is part of our long-term strategy to reduce coal-fired power plants and make a sustainable contribution to the energy transition.

Hannover Stoecken


Reducing Station Hagenow - From Two to Three!

Following the motto „Quality is when the customer comes back, not the product“, Energieanlagen Greifswald GmbH was tasked with erecting Reducing Station 3 after piping Reducing Station 1 & 2 in 2019.

The steam boilers FERDINAND & FRIDOLIN, which were set up on-site, along with the feedwater container, will be connected to Reducing Station 3 to supply steam to the existing drum drying plants.

This allows for the interception of peak loads and contributes to a continuous production of potato powder.

3D Model Reducing Station Hagenow


EAG Project: Power-to-Heat Plant for the Heating Plant Bad Salzungen

Energieanlagen Greifswald GmbH (EAG) is pleased to present a new project at the Bad Salzungen Heating Plant. It involves the construction of a 10 MW Power-to-Heat plant seamlessly integrated into the existing plant complex.

The scope of supply and services for this project is extensive (including electrical and control system integration) and includes the planning, calculation, construction, and project planning of the electrode boiler plant. The project is in the phase of technical coordination, while the connection to the main grid has already been successfully completed.

3D model of piping

The existing facilities at the Bad Salzungen Heating Plant are already impressive: a CHP engine (11.67 MWth), a gas turbine (17.1 MWth), and two peak-load hot water generators (each 20 MWth). In addition, there is a heat storage with a capacity of 150 MWth as a hydraulic buffer. These form the basis for our new project to further optimize energy infrastructure.

3D model of piping


Active Beet Earth Dewatering for Cosun Beet Company

On the premises of the sugar factory in Anklam, large settling basins have always existed, where the washed beet earth settles through sedimentation, allowing it to be excavated after the campaign.

To significantly reduce this effort and meet the increased processing capacity of recent years, a new building is currently being constructed. Starting in early summer 2024, it will house a technical beet earth separation system with 8 belt filter presses and a pre-installed Bruckner basin.

The image shows the planned new construction on the operational site of the sugar factory in Anklam.
For the installation/assembly of the plant components and their piping, CBC has chosen Energieanlagen Greifswald as a long-standing, experienced, and regional partner in plant construction.

areal view with a 3d rendering of the piping systems


Energieanlagen Greifswald at HEATEXPO

We are thrilled that the HEATEXPO trade fair in Dortmund is in full swing, and Energieanlagen Greifswald is right in the midst of it!

Here with our strategic partner for Germany, Inopower A/S, for the delivery, assembly, and commissioning of Power-to-Heat systems

Trade Fair Highlights: - Holistic Heat Supply: Plant construction, infrastructure, energy supply. - Expert Network: Meet leading providers in the industry. - Experience Innovations Live: Combined Heat and Power, Digitization of Heat, and more. - Consulting & Services: From analysis through planning to installation.

Visit our booth at 4.E06 and immerse yourself in the future of heat supply!

Here with our strategic partner for Germany, Inopower A/S, for the delivery, assembly, and commissioning of Power-to-Heat systems

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Here with our strategic partner for Germany, Inopower A/S, for the delivery, assembly, and commissioning of Power-to-Heat systems.


Icond Expo Aachen: Insights into Nuclear Decommissioning!

We are excited to be part of the ongoing Icond Expo in Aachen, a pioneering event in the field of nuclear decommissioning. With over 400 participants and 50+ exhibitors on 1500m², the expo offers a platform for in-depth insights into the challenges of decommissioning and shutting down nuclear facilities. The conference focuses on legal frameworks, international comparisons of decommissioning strategies, and various aspects of the decommissioning process.

Discussed topics range from approval and financing strategies to personnel management during the transition to decommissioning projects, as well as the interim storage and disposal of radioactive waste. The Icond Expo is of great significance for operators, decommissioning companies, authorities, and experts.

CEO Mr. Lüdeke and Head of Human Resources Sven Hannemann


Germany's Largest River Heat Pump in Mannheim

We are proud to report on one of our recent milestones – the official inauguration of Germany's largest river heat pump, in which EAG actively participated. This innovative river heat pump was officially commissioned in October 2023 as part of the BMWK's "Large Heat Pumps in District Heating Networks" real-world laboratory.

Our scope of work included the "Pipeline Systems" (PS) package. As Energieanlagen Greifswald, we were responsible for the planning, design, manufacturing, as well as the delivery and installation of pumps and fittings for the connecting pipeline systems of the heat pump facility. The river heat pump utilizes Rhine water as a climate-neutral heat source, theoretically supplying around 3,500 households with district heating. The heat pump facility uses river water from the Rhine as a sustainable heat source to supply the district heating network of the city of Mannheim. With an electrical power of 7 megawatts and a thermal power of 20 MWth, we have raised the return temperature in the district heating network from 60 °C to 90–130 °C. This is not only a significant step towards sustainability but also a substantial contribution to the energy transition.

Official Inauguration



Energieanlagen Greifswald (EAG) is proud to be actively involved in social initiatives. As part of the renovation of our office building, we were able to donate a significant portion of the office furniture we no longer need to a local school.

On September 16, 2023, this heartfelt gesture was warmly received by the "Am Teufelstein" Regional School in Lubmin. The teaching staff and diligent helpers from the 10th grade assisted in unloading the furniture from the large truck with a trailer.

A heartfelt thank you goes to Fahrschule Hartwig from Kemnitz for the smooth transportation.

Students and teachers standing in front of the truck with the new furniture


EAG at the 28th Dresden District Heating Colloquium

At Energieanlagen Greifswald GmbH, we are always at the forefront of sustainable energy!

This week, our employees, Mr. Tschammer (Authorized Representative, on the right in the picture), and Mr. Stark (Project Manager, on the left in the picture), had the opportunity to participate in the 28th Dresden District Heating Colloquium. The district heating industry is currently at the center of the heat transition. The transformation of heat generation and municipal heat planning (kWP) for green district heating are in full swing.

The two-day event provided a comprehensive platform for knowledge exchange and discussion about the current developments and challenges in the German district heating industry.

We look forward to future collaborations with other experts in the industry to collectively shape a sustainable future!

Project Manager Mr. Stark & Authorized Representative Mr. Tschammer
From left to right: Project Manager Mr. Stark; Authorized Representative Mr. Tschammer


EAG Involvement in the Construction of Power-to-Heat Plant for Rostocker Stadtwerke

The Rostocker Stadtwerke has inaugurated an innovative Power-to-Heat plant in the Marienehe district, with the participation of Energieanlagen Greifswald (EAG). This plant converts surplus wind energy into efficient district heating, aiming for a capacity of about 20 megawatts.

Using Power-to-Heat technology, excess electricity, primarily from wind turbines, is utilized to heat around 45 million liters of water in an impressive 55-meter-high water storage tank to 98 degrees Celsius. The climate-neutral heat produced is then fed into the district heating network.

According to the Rostocker Stadtwerke, the generated heat is sufficient to supply their district heating customers for about a weekend. This step represents a significant contribution to sustainable energy supply and underscores the commitment of Rostocker Stadtwerke and EAG to environmentally friendly solutions.

Power-to-Heat Plant of Rostocker Stadtwerke


EAG at the KONTEC Symposium 2023 in Dresden

This year, Energieanlagen Greifswald (EAG) participated in the KONTEC Symposium 2023 in Dresden. This renowned international symposium focuses on the conditioning of radioactive operational and decommissioning waste, as well as the decommissioning of nuclear facilities.

EAG seized this excellent opportunity to present itself as a player in the industry and emphasize our commitment to sustainable and safe solutions in the decommissioning of nuclear facilities. We engaged in valuable discussions and deepened our understanding of the evolving landscape of nuclear waste management and decommissioning.

Our participation in the KONTEC Symposium 2023 was enriching, and we thank all participants, organizers, and contributors for this inspiring event.

The EAG team with numerous visitors at the Kontec exhibition


EAG Embraces Sustainability and Innovation

At Energieanlagen Greifswald (EAG), we take pride in introducing our initiative in the field of sustainable mobility. As one of the regional leaders in the field of thermal energy systems, we have extended our commitment to green technologies onto the streets by adding an electric vehicle (E-car) to our fleet.

Our expertise in the energy transition has inspired us to explore innovative solutions in various areas. This branded E-car is a vibrant example of our dedication to promoting environmentally friendly technologies and our willingness to turn innovative ideas into reality.    

The new E-car


Review of the 3rd Export Evening of the State Government

On August 23rd, the 3rd Export Evening of the State Government took place in Neubrandenburg. Energieanlagen Greifswald (EAG) was one of the few selected companies that had the opportunity to listen to the inspiring presentations.

During this special evening, significant insights into the future of the regional economy and the role of companies like EAG were provided. We felt honored to be part of this important event and to benefit from the valuable information and perspectives shared during the presentations.

Herr Lüdemann, Herr Lüdeke, Frau Schwesig & Herr Lamprecht
from left to right: Herr Lüdemann, Herr Lüdeke, Frau Schwesig & Herr Lamprecht


EAG and tetra ingenieure

Energieanlagen Greifswald GmbH has a new strong partner on board.

By acquiring shares in tetra ingenieure GmbH from Neuruppin, EAG has gained a powerful and competent partner to support them in the conception, planning, and construction supervision of upcoming projects.

Congratulations to Mr. Grabowski (CFO of Energieanlagen Greifswald GmbH), who has been appointed as an additional managing director of tetra ingenieure GmbH. "The collaboration with tetra ingenieure GmbH is an important part of expanding our range of services," said the new managing director.

Tetra ingenieure GmbH's core competencies include building services engineering, electrical engineering, network calculation of heat networks, and the planning of district heating networks. In addition to planning and supervising the construction of energy generation plants with conventional and renewable energies, tetra ingenieure GmbH also conducts analyses and provides expert opinions, as well as develops strategies for energy supply in accordance with AGFW requirements.

More information about tetra ingenieure GmbH can be found at:

(Please note: The link leads to an external site.)


Logo with partyhat  


6th Anniversary

On March 28, 2017, Energieanlagen Greifswald GmbH (EAG) emerged from the former Anlagen- und Kraftwerksrohrleitungsbau GmbH (AKB).

Since then, EAG has successfully carried out projects throughout Germany in plant construction. In addition to piping for Germany's largest solar thermal plant, Power-to-Heat plants are currently being constructed in Herne, Halle an der Saale, Rostock, Neubrandenburg, and other cities.

Furthermore, we are currently working on a project where the integration of companies with surplus energy into the region's power grid, such as Wismar Pellets GmbH in the Hanseatic City of Wismar, can partially cover the energy consumption of surrounding consumers.

These forward-looking projects not only ensure cost savings but also significantly improve the ecological footprint of our customers. EAG continues to strive for a better environment.

We thank all employees and look forward to many more successful years.


"Utilize Instead of Curtail"

As part of the nationwide initiative "Utilize Instead of Curtail" for power plant operators, a 45 MW Power-to-Heat plant is planned to be installed in the combined heat and power plant in Halle (Saale). The heat generated in the PtH plant will be stored in the heat storage and, when needed, fed into the district heating network of the city of Halle. The PtH plant will be installed in one of the existing blocks of the CHP plant and integrated into the existing heat storage. In addition to planned heat generation, the plant will be used for negative redispatch with a secured 40 MWel. The negative secondary control power and primary control power serve as a short-term activatable reserve in the power grid to ensure frequency stability.
The plant is expected to be completed by the end of 2023.


Power-to-Heat against Climate Change

In recent years, Power-to-Heat plants have been in high demand among municipal utilities and energy service providers of all kinds. The reason is clear. Power-to-Heat technology is considered one of the most promising ways to combat climate change, as it can save enormous amounts of CO2 emissions. Even Germany's largest gas supplier, Uniper, is interested in reducing costs and emissions. Therefore, Energieanlagen Greifswald GmbH has been tasked with building a PTH plant in Herne (NRW). Here, two electrode boilers in a heat exchanger station will feed 20 MWth each into the local district heating network.  

3D model of two electrode boilers with heat exchangers in front
3D model of two electrode boilers (white) with heat exchangers in front (blue)


General Power of Attorney for the Heads of Project Management

To ensure the continuous growth of the company and the increasing number of projects, the management of Energieanlagen Greifswald GmbH has decided to grant general power of attorney to two long-standing and experienced employees.
Today, on October 17, 2022, the General Power of Attorney for Energieanlagen Greifswald was officially awarded to the two heads of project management in Greifswald and Berlin, Mr. Tschammer and Mr. Seeber.

Mr. Tschammer has been with EAG for over 10 years. In 2012, he started his studies in Mechanical Engineering B.Eng. and graduated in 2016 from the University of Applied Sciences Stralsund. Following his studies, Mr. Tschammer worked as a project manager in Greifswald. In 2021, he was promoted to the head of project management and officially assumed his position as a proxy at EAG today.
Mr. Seeber has been with EAG for about 3 years and holds a diploma in Industrial Engineering. In 2020, he started as a project manager at our branch in Berlin. After only six months, he was promoted to branch manager and has been responsible for the Berlin location since then. As of today, he is also officially an authorized signatory of EAG.

This is a significant commitment and a major career step for both project managers.
At the same time, the granting of the power of attorney is recognition of the excellent performance of both employees.
The entire EAG congratulates them and wishes them much success.

Mr. Tschammer, Mr. Seeber, Mr. Grabowski (CFO)

From left to right: Mr. Tschammer, Mr. Seeber, Mr. Grabowski (CFO)


54th Power Plant Technical Colloquium in Dresden

From October 18 to October 19, 2022, the 54th Power Plant Technical Colloquium will take place.
The theme for 2022 includes topics such as new construction and pilot projects in power plant technology, nuclear energy systems, combustion and steam generators, process simulation, measurement technology, digitalization, the integration of renewable energy sources, and much more.
EAG will also participate in the exhibition and can be found at booth number 81 in the main hall.
We look forward to welcoming you at our booth.

Exhibition Plan


Grand Opening of Germany's Largest Solar Thermal Plant

Yesterday, the official inauguration of Greifswald's new solar thermal plant took place in an exclusive gathering. Among the guests were, among others, Prime Minister Manuela Schwesig, Greifswald's Lord Mayor Stefan Fassbinder, Minister of the Interior and Construction Christian Pegel, and Parliamentary State Secretary Michael Kellner.

Mrs. Manuela Schwesig described the plant as a "lighthouse project." Almost 50 such plants are already in operation nationwide, with around 50 more in planning. The city of Greifswald is taking a step in the right direction, showing other cities how to become less dependent on fossil fuels and rely more on sustainable energy.

As a local company, Energieanlagen Greifswald GmbH was one of the key players in implementing the project. It is these exciting and groundbreaking projects that make EAG a forward-thinking company. Step by step, we are moving towards a better and more sustainable future.

Thomas Prauße - Managing Director Stadtwerke Greifswald GmbH, Dr. Stefan Fassbinder - Lord Mayor of Greifswald, Manuela Schwesig - Prime Minister Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Michael Kellner - Parliamentary State Secretary BMWK, Moritz Ritter - Ritter XL Solar (Manufacturer of Solar Thermal Plant)

From left to right: Thomas Prauße - Managing Director Stadtwerke Greifswald GmbH, Dr. Stefan Fassbinder - Lord Mayor of Greifswald, Manuela Schwesig - Prime Minister Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Michael Kellner - Parliamentary State Secretary BMWK, Moritz Ritter - Ritter XL Solar (Manufacturer of Solar Thermal Plant)

Aerial view of the plant  

Approximately 3,800 solar panels covering an area of about 18,000 m² on the premises of Stadtwerke Greifswald


New Addition to EAG

We are pleased to welcome a new member to Energieanlagen Greifswald.
On September 1st, our new team member started the apprenticeship as a construction mechanic.
In addition to bending, shaping, and cutting steel beams and sheets to measure, the apprenticeship also includes learning to weld components and assemblies. Reading and interpreting construction drawings and parts lists, as well as assembling and manufacturing on the construction site, are key activities for a construction mechanic.  
We wish them maximum success and, above all, a lot of fun in learning the trade.

the new addition and the head of welding supervision and instructor
*left in the picture, our new addition; right in the picture, the head of welding supervision and instructor


Energy Giant in Wismar

In the Hanseatic city of Wismar, adjacent industrial companies Wismar Pellets GmbH and Ilim Nordic Timber GmbH & Co. KG are set to be supplied with heat, boasting a combustion heat output of up to 76 MWth (megawatt hours, thermal). To achieve this, district heating pipelines will be constructed, connecting the wood segment companies to the biomass combined heat and power plant (BMHKW). The surplus energy of approximately 128,000 MWh annually will be fed into Wismar's power grid, covering more than the total consumption of all private households in the Hanseatic city.
In 2021, the electricity consumption of all residential and commercial customers was estimated to be around 70,000 MWh, according to Stadtwerke Wismar.      
Ecological electricity is generated through a biomass combined heat and power plant. Mechanical energy and usable heat obtained through a turbine are converted into electrical energy using a generator.
As the main party responsible for the pipeline system, EAG is in charge of supplying, installing, and commissioning the district heating connections, network pumps, and necessary fittings for the biomass combined heat and power plant, as well as the companies Wismar Pellets GmbH and Ilim Nordic Timber GmbH & Co. KG.


45 Megawatts for Brandenburg an der Havel

EAG has just completed the preparations for integrating the waste-to-energy plant in Premnitz into the district heating network in Brandenburg an der Havel, and the next phase of the project is already beginning for the EAG team on-site. On July 7th, during the kickoff meeting, the specific details for the upcoming work were discussed. The unusually tight schedule and the challenge of working at two locations simultaneously are notable aspects of this project. Due to the expansion of the network and the resulting increase in heat demand, an additional 45 MWth (megawatts thermal per hour) of supply capacity will be created.

This heat, available in the form of steam at the waste-to-energy plant in Premnitz, will be injected into the transport line using steam condensers. Subsequently, the heat transfer will occur in the power plant in Brandenburg through tube heat exchangers into the district heating network. Both locations will be equipped with network pumps, with the main operation taking place at the Heat Transfer Station (Wärmeüberträgerstation) in Premnitz, where the preference is for the use of a turbo pump.

As the main responsible party for the project, EAG will coordinate various tasks, including ESMR services, foundation and steel construction, as well as procurement of equipment and pipeline construction. The construction works at the Premnitz and Brandenburg an der Havel sites are expected to be completed simultaneously by mid-2023.


Pilot Project: Large Heat Pumps in District Heating Networks

The project "Large Heat Pumps in District Heating Networks" is part of the state-funded "Real-world Laboratories of the Energy Transition" and aims to test the use of large heat pumps, providing a framework for an efficient and ecological operational concept. The experts from the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE seek not only technical insights but also to analyze how large heat pumps can be established in the district heating market.

At five locations in Germany, large heat pumps will be integrated into existing district heating networks by 2026. The power plant in Mannheim is one of these locations and will now be managed by Energieanlagen Greifswald. As part of the project, EAG takes on the planning, construction, manufacturing, transportation, and assembly, as well as the trial operation and documentation for the pipeline system to be produced.

The project includes the installation of a heat pump system in Mannheim that will utilize river water from the Rhine as a heat source for supplying the district heating network. This heat pump system is expected to provide a thermal capacity of approximately 20 MWth (megawatts thermal per hour) and raise the return temperature of the district heating network from 60°C to a supply temperature of 90°C to 130°C.

Through this pilot project, we at EAG hope to make a significant contribution to the energy transition. We are eagerly anticipating the outcomes!



Germany's Largest Solar Thermal System

In late November 2021, EAG began prefabricating the pipeline systems for Germany's largest solar thermal system. In addition to the complete pipeline system for the heat transfer station and its measuring devices, EAG also installed two heat exchangers.

Since June 18, 2022, the system has been in operation. With an area of over 4 hectares, hosting approximately 3,800 solar panels covering around 18,000 m², the facility can inject up to 11 MWh into the district heating network on summer days, covering the basic load for the city of Greifswald. This can supply energy to more than 800 households annually.

The official inauguration will take place on September 15, 2022, at the Stadtwerke Greifswald premises. We, the Energieanlagen Greifswald GmbH, are honored to be invited to the event, where Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Climate Protection Dr. Robert Habeck and/or Parliamentary State Secretary Michael Kellner, as well as the Minister President of the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Ms. Manuela Schwesig and the Lord Mayor of Greifswald Dr. Stefan Fassbinder, are expected to attend.


Transformation at EAG

Just a few weeks ago, renovation work began on the project management office at Energieanlagen Greifswald. Now, the team, comprising project managers, product designers, and technical drafters, has finally moved into their new, sacred halls.
In addition to height-adjustable desks and ergonomic chairs, there are also individually adaptable monitor mounts and made-to-measure pleated blinds. A particular highlight is undoubtedly the ceiling lights with integrated daylight sensors. These automatically ensure pleasant and optimal illumination of the workplace at all times of the day and in all weather conditions.
This guarantees a healthy and ergonomic working environment at EAG.   

Before & After Comparison of Office Spaces


Waste Recycling Plant in Premnitz

EAG has once again demonstrated its years of experience and expertise in pipeline construction. In the Premnitz area (Brandenburg), EAG has been entrusted with laying the foundation for connecting the district heating network of EEW (Energy from Waste Premnitz GmbH) and StWB (Stadtwerke Brandenburg an der Havel GmbH & Co. KG). Despite a tight schedule, EAG will install approximately 60m of pipelines ranging from DN250 to DN700 in Premnitz. The facility is designed for temperatures up to 300°C and a maximum operating pressure of 9 bar. After non-destructive testing, work for integration into the Brandenburg district heating network is scheduled to begin by the end of July 2022. We are excited to undertake this new project.


EAG & Strabag AG – Another Project for EWN

For the second construction phase of the local supply lines, the Entsorgungswerk für Nuklearanlagen GmbH (EWN) has commissioned EAG GmbH and Strabag AG. Building on the positive experiences of their collaboration in the first construction phase, EAG GmbH and Strabag AG will jointly execute this project as an ARGE (Arbeitsgemeinschaft) again. In this scope, EAG will be responsible for the detailed planning of approximately 3,500 meters of pipeline construction for steam, condensate, hot water, permeate, and compressed air along the approximately 1,100-meter-long pipeline route. Additionally, EAG will handle 140 tons of steel construction, insulation, trace heating, instrumentation, and commissioning. The project is expected to span approximately 10 months, starting from April 2022. We look forward to collaborating with our ARGE partner and our client, the Entsorgungswerk für Nuklearanlagen.


Season's Greetings from EAG

Energieanlagen Greifswald wishes all its customers, employees, and suppliers a Merry Christmas - Your EAG Team


EAG on a Local Mission for Stadtwerke Greifswald - "Heat Strategy 2020"

In the realization of the "Heat Strategy 2020" project, Stadtwerke Greifswald intends to construct a heat storage facility at the "Helmshäger Berg" location in Greifswald, where the heat storage is planned to absorb heat from the network during periods of low demand.

The plan includes charging the storage facility with regeneratively generated energy in the form of solar thermal power. The integration of the solar thermal power plant into the existing CHP (Combined Heat and Power) plants of Stadtwerke Greifswald will be managed through the control technology in the technical building.

EAG has been awarded the contract for the plant and pipeline construction in the technical building by Ritter Energie- und Umwelttechnik GmbH & Co. KG, one of the leading German providers of solar thermal systems and associated system technology from Dettenhausen. EAG's tasks include pipeline construction up to DN 250, secondary steel construction, insulation, as well as training and commissioning.

EAG eagerly anticipates this exciting project.

Additionally, as part of their "Heat Strategy 2020" initiative, Stadtwerke Greifswald GmbH has commissioned EAG for pipeline construction and components parts 1 and 2. Alongside pipelines up to DN 300, EAG is responsible for the supply and installation of the plate heat exchanger, make-up, primary and secondary pumps, as well as all other fittings.

With these four projects, EAG has the opportunity to once again demonstrate its knowledge and expertise in the field of plant and pipeline construction, in addition to similar projects in Rostock and Neubrandenburg, all within the region!


Dresden, Here We Come - Power Plant Technical Colloquium 2021!

On October 5th and 6th, 2021, the 53rd Power Plant Technical Colloquium of the Dresden University of Technology will take place, and we will be there! We welcome you at booth 61 and look forward to many exciting conversations. As always, the colloquium will be held at the International Congress Center Dresden. We look forward to seeing you!


EAG Moves into New Office in Berlin!

The new address of our branch in Berlin is Landsberger Straße 253, 12623 Berlin. Since September 1, 2021, competence and quality in industrial pipeline and plant construction have been carried to the world from the new location. With the expansion of our office space and the creation of new jobs, the planned growth of Energieanlagen Greifswald continues to materialize. Do you want to become part of the team too? - https://www.eag-mv.de/jobs.html

Office building in Berlin

Head of Project Management in Berlin, Mr. Seeber, with an EAG sign


EAG Apprenticeship Program!

We are pleased to welcome four apprentices this year. Our technical product designer and three construction mechanics will learn, experience, and apply everything worth knowing about their respective professions over the next three and a half or four and a half years. After a welcome breakfast and the obligatory safety briefing, our new colleagues got to know their trainers and their future workplaces. We wish all four of them an exciting time and warmly welcome them to EAG.

Group photo with apprentices and trainers


EAG with a New Contract - Power to Heat in Neubrandenburg

After a convincing performance in the execution planning, delivery and installation of pump systems, as well as the commissioning of the heat storage facility in Neubrandenburg, Stadtwerke Neubrandenburg entrusts us with the creation of the Power to Heat plant. We secure Lot 1 and Lot 6, specifically handling the planning, construction, commissioning, trial operation, and commissioning of the PtH boiler system. Three electrode boilers of the same type, each with a capacity of 10 MW, are to be installed. We look forward to further collaboration with Stadtwerke Neubrandenburg.


Heat Storage Rostock Takes Shape

55 meters high, 35 meters in diameter, and with a capacity of 45 million liters of hot water! That will be the new heat storage facility for Stadtwerke Rostock, whose construction is nearing completion. EAG is right in the middle of it, handling the piping, electrical, and control system connection of the heat storage facility. Creating a 300-meter-long pipe bridge with media lines is just one milestone that we are overcoming. The first section of the bridge is installed.


EAG & Strabag AG – Together for EWN

The Entsorgungswerk für Nuklearanlagen GmbH (EWN) has commissioned EAG GmbH and Strabag AG for the construction of a local supply line in the first construction phase. The ARGE acts as a general contractor and takes over all services to be provided. This includes detailed planning, civil engineering, steel construction, and much more. From early April 2021 to March 2022, 542 meters of pipeline route with 6 different lines will be built at the Lubmin site. These are located on pipe bridges at heights between one and six meters. In addition to steam, condensate, and compressed air, the focus is primarily on district heating supply and return. We are very excited to take another step towards the future together with Strabag AG and EWN.


Annual Audit

To continue meeting the highest quality standards, we have successfully undergone an audit according to DIN EN ISO 9001_2015 this year as well. The suitability of the integrated management system according to the SCC guidelines (SCC**/SCP) was also confirmed in the audit. The continuous improvement of our processes is part of our company philosophy that we live every day. Above all, customer satisfaction should and will be further improved with this approach.


Groth commissions EAG for District Heating Piping

For the production of heat and environmentally friendly electricity, Wismar Pellets GmbH plans to build a biomass combined heat and power (CHP) plant in the Seehafen Wismar. The general contractor Groth & Co. Bauunternehmung GmbH has commissioned Energieanlagen Greifswald with the complete piping of the district heating supply from the biomass CHP plant to Pellets GmbH and Ilim Timber. In numbers, this means a network with a length of almost 3.5 km and a diameter of DN 300. A particular challenge here is the proximity to the railway tracks, the railway underpasses, and pulling the plastic jacket pipe through DN 800 protective pipes. The completion of the project is scheduled for the 4th quarter of 2021.


Christmas Greetings from the Management

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Work Contract with PreussenElektra Extended for 2 More Years

Since January 2019, EAG has been working in a consortium with Safetec from Heidelberg on the decommissioning of nuclear facilities at the PreussenElektra Isar I nuclear power plant. Due to excellent performance in terms of output and occupational safety, PreussenElektra GmbH has decided to extend the contract with the consortium until the end of 2022. The scope of work includes the continuation of the decommissioning of the ND turbine with a condenser and the operation of pre- and post-dismantling activities within the controlled area.


Rostock Residents Donate to African Hospital Project

The Rostock startup "Daisygrip" donated face masks for the "Hospital BRAUN" project in West Africa, Togo. Normally, they produce hygienic tourniquets. They have even presented this idea on the successful Vox TV show "Höhle der Löwen" (Lion's Den). Additionally, Rostock University Medicine gave away sorted and functional medical devices on September 28. Energieanlagen Greifswald supported the initiative logistically by providing strong assistance and its own transportation.


MAN Commissions EAG for the Assembly of a 50 MW Gas Engine Power Plant

In Altchemnitz, a new combined heat and power plant with 5 MAN gas engines of type 20V35/44GTS, each with a minimum of 10 MW electrical power, is being built for eins energie. The general contractor, MAN Energy Solutions SE, has entrusted Energieanlagen Greifswald with the complete mechanical assembly and piping of the plant. This includes the assembly of mechanical equipment (turbochargers, reactors, heat exchangers, etc., up to 70 tons individual weight), the assembly of approximately 350 tons of steel construction, the prefabrication and assembly of all piping systems with components, including exhaust systems, and insulation. This demanding contract requires extensive work preparation and finely tuned assembly logistics. The experienced project execution team at EAG will make every effort to ensure that the plant can start commissioning on schedule in the fall of 2021.


New Contract in Nuclear Decommissioning

EWN Entsorgungswerk für Nuklearanlagen has commissioned Energieanlagen Greifswald with dismantling, disposal, and conditioning work at the nuclear power plant site Rheinsberg. In this initially one-year contract for 2021 with an extension option until the end of 2024, up to 30 employees will be deployed. The work must adhere to the requirements regarding radiation protection.


Major Contract for EAG from the Stadtwerke Rostock

The Stadtwerke Rostock is constructing a non-pressurized thermal storage with approximately 45,000 m³ usable volume at the HKW Rostock Marienehe site to further optimize the operation of the GuD plants and largely decouple electricity generation from heat demand. Energieanlagen Greifswald was awarded the planning and execution of the piping, electrical, and control-technical connection of the thermal storage (Lot BoP) after a competition. The scope of supply includes the equipment of the new pump house with all the necessary equipment (pumps, fittings, pipelines, technological steel construction, TGA, etc.), the construction of an approximately 300m long pipe bridge with media lines, as well as all connections of the new plant to the district heating system up to DN 1000. Furthermore, the planning and construction of the electrical and measurement technical systems, as well as the connection of the thermal storage facility to the higher-level control system, are also part of the project. In addition, insulation, non-destructive testing, scaffolding construction, lightning protection, potential equalization, and construction services (civil engineering and foundations) are included. The project is to be completed by the end of 2021. We look forward to the collaboration!


Kraftwerkstechnisches Kolloquium 2020

EAG will also participate in this year's 52nd Kraftwerkstechnisches Kolloquium at the Technische Universität Dresden. We welcome you on October 6th and 7th, 2020, at our booth during the company fair at the International Congress Center Dresden.


Unlimited Temporary Employment Permission

Reliability pays off. As of June 10, 2020, the Federal Employment Agency has declared the temporary employment permission at Energieanlagen Greifswald, which has been in place since 2017, as unlimited.


EAG Collaborates with Stadtwerke Rostock

The Stadtwerke Rostock have entered into a framework agreement with EAG, which commenced at the beginning of 2020. We look forward to the collaboration. Additionally, in project business, EAG has secured a contract with Stadtwerke Rostock. As part of the upgrade of the district heating main station in Rostock Evershagen, EAG will execute the scope of work for equipment and pipeline construction.


Acquired New Customers in Lower Saxony

The utility company enercity operates a large district heating network in Hannover. To increase flexibility, enercity is constructing an electric boiler plant at the HKW Hannover Herrenhausen site. Energieanlagen Greifswald will hydraulically integrate the boiler plant into the existing heat storage system. The scope of supply and services includes detailed planning, construction, and commissioning. With this project, EAG has gained another customer in Lower Saxony, following EEW Helmstedt and VW Kraftwerke Wolfsburg.


Contract for Stainless Steel Pipe Manufacturing

For the passenger cruise ship Global 2, EAG will prefabricate and deliver significant quantities of stainless steel pipelines in Greifswald. A framework contract has been signed with MV Werften Wismar, which will run until the completion of the ship.


New Year's Wishes

The management of Energieanlagen Greifswald GmbH wishes all employees, customers, and business partners a healthy and successful New Year 2020. We look forward to continued collaboration.


EAG Delivers Huge Modules for the Next Cruise Giant

Now it was that time again. After the first delivery at the end of 2018, the modules for the second cruise ship of the Global Class, designed for 9,500 passengers and 2,200 crew members, set out on their journey. After a hard piece of work, three huge modules were loaded onto heavy-duty transporters at the EAG site and driven to Warnemünde during the night. They arrived at the MV Werften, the client, just before sunrise. The modules are complete functional units that will soon be sunk in the engine room of the mega-ship. They measure up to four meters in length and three meters in width, with weights of up to 19 tons.


Start of Hot Commissioning in Hannover

EEW Energy from Waste operates several waste-to-energy plants, including one in Hannover. From this location, district heating will be fed into the Enercity network. EAG was commissioned by EEW at the end of 2018 for the planning, construction, and commissioning of this district heating extraction with a thermal capacity of approximately 60 MW. The planning services include process engineering, calculation, and construction of the entire mechanical equipment. The scope of delivery includes not only the piping system but also the heating condenser and the district heating network pumps. After the completion of assembly and cold functional tests, the warm commissioning of the plant is now underway in collaboration with the network operator Enercity.


New Contracts

EAG is pleased to announce new contract awards. For WBG Kulmbach, EAG will construct a complete water treatment plant at the Gascade natural gas receiving station in Lubmin. At the production site in Hagenow for Emsland Food, EAG will install new steam and product pipelines for the expansion of the food production facilities. Both projects are scheduled to be completed in the first quarter of 2020.


VW Upgrades its Power Plants, and EAG is Part of It

At the power plant site Wolfsburg-Nord/Süd, a new combined heat and power (CHP) plant with two gas turbines, two waste heat boilers, and a steam turbine is being constructed. To operate the CHP plant, the handling of various media such as main cooling water, district heating, auxiliary steam, etc., is required. VW Kraftwerke GmbH has commissioned EAG with the planning, assembly, and commissioning of these systems. This challenging project, with a contract value of several million euros, is scheduled until the end of 2020 and entails the execution of several thousand engineering and assembly hours by EAG.


We Are Helping!

EAG supports a dedicated family from Greifswald in the pharmaceutical sector who is building a hospital in Togo, Africa. Members of the football club SG Karlsburg/Züssow and EAG employees lent a helping hand by dismantling an entire medical station in a Hamburg hospital. The donated, fully functional medical equipment and furniture were initially transported to Anklam for temporary storage. EAG covered the organization, costs of transportation, and provision of tools for the dismantling. More actions are planned for this initiative!


EAG Confirmed as Specialist Company under WHG

The annual monitoring inspection for maintaining the approval as a specialist company under the Water Resources Act (WHG) by TÜV NORD has been successfully passed by EAG without any deficiencies. You can find the new certificate on our website.


Power Plant Technical Colloquium 2019

EAG will also participate in this year's 51st Power Plant Technical Colloquium at the International Congress Center Dresden. We welcome you on October 22-23, 2019, at booth 82 of the company exhibition.


New Customer Acquisition: RWE

Following the successful acquisition with PreussenElektra in 2018, Energieanlagen Greifswald has now also established a business relationship with RWE in the nuclear sector. In the coming months, Energieanlagen Greifswald will carry out dismantling work at the Grundremmingen nuclear power plant. With commitment and quality, we aim to establish a long-term collaboration.


Building Permit Granted for Thermal Storage in Neubrandenburg

The Neubrandenburg Stadtwerke plan to build a thermal storage with approximately 23,000 m³ volume to optimize their district heating supply. The official approval for this project has now been granted. In the bidding process for Lot 2 Pump House Equipment, EAG has already been successful. This lot includes detailed planning, delivery and installation of pump systems, pipelines, fittings, insulation, and steel construction, as well as commissioning. The planning of the plant technology and pipeline systems is already in full swing at EAG. Key components, such as the district heating network pumps, can now be ordered definitively. As a crucial first step on the construction site, EAG will integrate the future thermal storage into the existing CHP plant during a plant shutdown in June 2019. The completion of the facility is expected in the 1st quarter of 2020.


EAG at the 15th INKONTAKT in Schwedt on May 25-26, 2019

The INKONTAKT is the largest business fair in northeastern Brandenburg. For 15 years, the organizers have been bringing together companies and customers on one marketplace. EAG will be represented with a booth for the first time this year as a supplier to PCK Schwedt. The fair takes place at the Uckermärkische Bühnen Schwedt and is open daily from 10 am. We look forward to good conversations with customers, applicants, and other interested parties.


Entry into Nuclear Power Plant Decommissioning at PreussenElektra

Since January 2019, EAG has been involved in the decommissioning of nuclear facilities at PreussenElektra in collaboration with a company from Heidelberg. The scope of work includes the continuation of the decommissioning of the ND turbine and the operation of pre- and post-decommissioning activities in the controlled area of the Isar 1 nuclear power plant in Bavaria. At its peak, EAG will deploy up to 25 employees on the construction site.


Long-time Business Partner Suiker Unie Awards Contract to EAG

In the sugar factory in Anklam, Suiker Unie intends to renew the juice purification to increase the beet processing capacity from 15,750 t/d to 20,000 t/d.
Probably influenced by the successful completion of the recent construction of the new tower extraction, EAG was awarded the contract in early January for the prefabrication and assembly of the complete piping package.
The processing involves pipe dimensions from DN 50 to DN 1200, including primary and secondary steel construction. EAG will handle the complete prefabrication planning. New spaces for prefabrication have been set up by EAG on short notice.
The installations must be completed by mid-August of this year.


Invitation to Christmas Celebration

Dear colleagues,
In a good tradition, we would like to conclude the working year in a relaxed and cozy atmosphere. Our Christmas celebration will take place on December 21, 2018, starting at 6 PM at Majuwi Greifswald, Yachtweg 3.
We warmly invite you and your partner to join us.
Your management


Power Plant Technology Colloquium 2018

From October 23-24, 2018, we will participate in the 50th Power Plant Technology Colloquium in Dresden. We welcome you at booth No. 1 at the International Congress Center Dresden.


Work in the Controlled Area

In the summer, EAG received a contract from EWN Entsorgungswerk für Nuklearanlagen to completely renew the rainwater drainage of the Central Active Workshop (ZAW) in the former nuclear facility in Lubmin. The scope of work also includes the installation of pipelines outside the ZAW. The company Strabag was subcontracted for the necessary earthworks. Since the installation site is within the controlled area, the requirements for radiation protection must be adhered to. Approval under §15 Strahlenschutzverordnung and safety checks according to §12 Atomgesetz are prerequisites for these works. The project is currently progressing as planned and is expected to be completed by mid-November with the enclosures.


EAG Wins Another Contract with ENGIE Deutschland

Quality is the best representation!
EAG secures a new contract with ENGIE Deutschland. As part of the construction of the energy supply for the University Hospital of RWTH Aachen, EAG will deliver and install the external buried media piping systems for heating, cooling, feed water, and compressed air. The installation will mainly involve seamless plastic-coated pipes with leakage monitoring, including approximately 700 meters in the nominal size DN 500 with dimensions of 508 x 11, and additional approximately 300 meters in nominal sizes DN 400 and smaller. KMR double pipes will also be used.


Certification Passed by AGFW

Energieanlagen Greifswald GmbH has successfully obtained the AGFW certification according to FW 601 for Group FW1, Subgroup Steel (st), and the extension to steam and condensate systems. Previously, the company was certified for Group FW2. With this achievement, EAG can further develop as a company for the construction, maintenance, and integration of pipelines for district heating systems, expanding its business activities in this area.


Successful EAG Exhibition at SMM 2018 in Hamburg

At the joint booth of the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern at SMM, numerous company representatives, as well as representatives from politics and business, were guests. EAG appreciates their visit and the constructive discussions.
SMM 2018 brought together around 50,000 trade visitors from more than 120 countries, once again emphasizing its role as the world's leading trade fair for the maritime industry.


EAG Delivers Functional Modules for the First Global Class Cruise Ship

MV Werften had commissioned EAG in late 2017 to manufacture 3 cooler and pump modules with a total weight of approximately 38 tons for the cruise ship "Global 1." This included the production of the substructure, assembly of pipe systems and components, as well as coordination and technical clarification in collaboration with the customer.
After months of planning and production, the modules were delivered to the shipyard overnight from September 3rd to 4th. On September 11, 2018, the "Global 1," currently the world's largest cruise ship, will be laid down at MV WERFTEN in Rostock.


Successful Completion of KTA Audit

On August 22, 2018, auditors from VGB, TÜV Rheinland, and PreussenElektra GmbH conducted an audit on KTA 1401 at EAG. The Kerntechnische Ausschuss (KTA) defines the suitability assessment of QM systems for work in this sensitive area. EAG successfully completed the audit without deviations and will strengthen its activities in nuclear plant construction and decommissioning.


EAG Constructs Energy Center

The city of Schortens is investing in the construction of an energy center for heat and power generation for the Aqua Toll indoor swimming pool and an adjacent primary school.
EAG will deliver, install, and commission the equipment for this predominantly automated energy center with remote monitoring. This includes the electrical and control system installation of the facility as well as the complete supply and disposal of media such as water, gas, wastewater, and district heating.
The main components of the energy center are:
- Biomass boiler (320 kW) with fuel bunker, leaf drying, and briquetting
- Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plant (200 kW electric)
- Condensing boiler
- 20,000 l buffer storage


Update on SMM 2018

It's almost time! From September 4th to 7th, the SMM 2018 will take place in Hamburg, the world's leading trade fair for the maritime industry with more than 2,200 exhibitors and around 50,000 trade visitors. Energieanlagen Greifswald GmbH will be an exhibitor at the joint booth of the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Visit us in Hall B7 at booth 232.


Announcement for SMM 2018

From September 4th to 7th, the SMM 2018 will take place in Hamburg, the world's leading trade fair for the maritime industry with more than 2,200 exhibitors and around 50,000 trade visitors. Energieanlagen Greifswald GmbH will be an exhibitor at the joint booth of the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. We look forward to your visit in Hall B7.


Contract Awarded for Reconstruction of Pump Rooms for Lock Uelzen II

The Construction Office for the expansion of the Mittelland Canal in Hannover has awarded EAG the contract for the reconstruction of the 12 pump rooms for Lock Uelzen II. The contract primarily includes the mechanical reconstruction, functional tests, and commissioning of the pump systems, including electrical equipment and controls. Construction-related ancillary services are also required. The work will start shortly and must be completed by the fall of this year.
Lock operations will continue without restrictions during the reconstruction, and shipping traffic will proceed.
The lock Uelzen II, designed as a savings lock, was opened for navigation in 2006. It is located in the Elbe-Seitenkanal, connecting the Elbe and the Mittelland Canal.


Invitation to the EAG Summer Festival

Summer is the most beautiful time of the year. In good tradition, Energieanlagen Greifswald is organizing the summer festival for employees and their families this year as well. We would be delighted if you could join us again.
The summer festival starts on June 29, 2018, at 3:00 PM on the premises of EAG. Food and entertainment with live music are provided. All you need to bring is your good mood.
We look forward to a great afternoon with you and your family members.
Your management


Energieanlagen Greifswald GmbH Certified to New Quality Management System DIN EN ISO 9001:2015

From March 26 to March 29, 2018, this year's Periodic Audit took place. As one of the first companies, EAG GmbH successfully passed the audit for the new quality management system according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2015 during these days. The suitability of the integrated management system according to the SCC regulations (SCC**/SCP) was also confirmed in the audit. Thus, DNV GL confirms that the business activities of EAG GmbH, especially the planning, engineering, and installation services in pipeline and plant construction, as well as the provision of workers according to AÜG, comply with the new guidelines.
The new standard DIN EN ISO 9001:2015 places even more emphasis on customer satisfaction than the previous version. This is made possible through continuous optimization of business processes. Since the implementation of the described processes, all involved parties (stakeholders such as suppliers, customers, shareholders, employees, as well as banks and insurance companies) have been more closely involved in the planning and production processes. To be prepared for possible eventualities, opportunities and risks have also been identified and assessed since the introduction. A primary concern for us is to clearly state the goals that the company aims to achieve within a defined period.


EAG Secures New Client in the Field of Decentralized Energy Supply

In December 2017, ENGIE Deutschland GmbH commissioned Energieanlagen Greifswald GmbH (EAG) to handle the piping of heating water, gas, and cooling systems in their new combined heat and power plant in Gera Tinz (Thuringia). The scope of delivery and services for EAG includes approximately 1200 meters of pipelines up to DN 400, about 200 fittings, heat exchangers, and secondary steel construction. The work is expected to be completed by autumn 2018. To achieve these goals, the contracting parties are relying on a collaborative partnership.
The modern combined heat and power plant consists of 5 gas engines (each 4.5 MWel) and 3 hot water generators (each 20 MWth) and is one of 2 CHP plants ENGIE is constructing in Gera.
EAG is particularly pleased to acquire a new customer, ENGIE Deutschland GmbH, in the field of combined heat and power plants. This strategic direction will continue to be expanded.