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By Daniel Schlör

MINEKO Meets with Governing Mayor of Berlin

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Dear Companists,

on 26 May 2016, we at MINEKO (Daniel Schlör, CEO and Alexander Bruck, IT & Sales) met to talk with Michael Müller, Governing Mayor of Berlin.

During the meeting that was initially scheduled to be 10 minutes long, we were able to present to him the concept of potential savings for Berlin municipalities which lie in high utility bills of the roughly 300,000 communities in need.

According to MINEKO GmbH and its calculations, Berlin alone could save EUR 50m a year. Michael Müller viewed this topic as highly interesting. Following roughly 40 minutes of discussion, Müller showed us his support by putting us in contact with the Housing Association of Berlin-Brandenburg (BBU - Verband Berlin-Brandenburgischer Wohnungsunternehmen e. V.), managers of job centers and district mayors. Our goal here is to continue determining savings potential and, if the opportunity presents itself, to carry out our first test in a Berlin municipality.

Directly after our meeting, the BILD newspaper interviewed us and then published an article on us in a Berlin issue of the paper.

 

Best regards - the MINEKO Team



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