Red Town Hall solar power plant of Berliner Energieagentur
On the roof of the Red Town Hall there is a solar power plant. Even though the system cannot be seen from the street, there is a display to the left of the stairs in the entrance area of the Red Town Hall that provides information about the current power generation of the system. The plant was financed, planned and erected by the Berliner Energieagentur in 2010, taking into account the listed architecture of the Red Town Hall. As contractor, it operates the plant at its own economic risk over a period of 20 years. A total of 160 modules with a total output of 38 kWp were installed. They deliver an annual electricity yield of 36 MWh. The CO₂ savings from the photovoltaic system amount to a total of 23 tons annually.
Rathausstraße 15, 10178 Berlin