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Berlin to go, english edition, 04/2019

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product that many citizens share, so it fits in perfectly with current trends associated with the sharing economy. HOW DO YOU RECHARGE YOUR BATTERIES IN BERLIN? In the traditional way, by connecting my i3 to a charging station. In the figurative sense, I recharge my batteries in many different ways. Even though my family keeps me very busy, the activities we do together are also a great source of energy. For example, we recently spent the night in a tree house in Saxony, on the border with Poland. You’ll also find me on the soccer fields of Berlin, where I take turns watching our daughter and son play. My husband and I also like to philosophize about the latest trends in business and society. My husband has the uncanny ability to read several newspapers, news feeds and magazines with a kind of scanner vision, and he’s always generous enough to share his insights with me. I also love to travel through the city with different modes of transport, whether its public transport, i3, bicycle or both types of electric scooters. By the way, for my daughter, the fact that we cooperate as a company with Emmy has greatly facilitated the switch from BSR to Vattenfall. About Dr. Tanja Wielgoß Born in the Allgäu region of Germany, Wielgoß has been head of Vattenfall Wärme Berlin since 1 March 2019. She has a wealth of experience in both business consulting and corporate governance. From 2008 to 2014, she was a partner and managing shareholder at A.T. Kearney, where she focused on transportation and logistics. In 2014, she became CEO of Berlin’s BSR waste management company. Wielgoß brought the BSR back on track towards lasting growth and strengthened its profile as a guarantor of urban cleanliness and sustainable disposal. About Vattenfall Wärme Berlin Vattenfall Wärme Berlin AG is Berlin’s partner for heat. The company offers environmentally friendly energy from a single source – including everything from heat generation to the distribution to customers. Roughly 1,700 employees ensure that the heat generated in eleven cogeneration plants and 77 combined heat and power plants reaches the customers in a reliable manner via a 2,000-kilometer pipe system. The company currently supplies approximately 1.3 million residential units in the city, with some 25,000 new customers added every year. www.wä 26

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