Our Team

b&d Energie- und Umwelttechnik GmbH was founded in 2016. Being engineers of sustainable process and environmental technology as well as of energy and process engineering, we combine numerous years of professional experience in handling projects with innovative technologies. In our energy and environmental technology business area, we initiate, manage and work together with partners from industry and research institutions on projects for the optimization of industrial plants, monitoring of efficiency and utilization of environmental and energy resources.

The BFTS biofilm carrier department also belongs to this operational area. In our group of companies and in cooperation with planning offices for wastewater treatment we have been providing biofilm carriers for biological water and wastewater treatment for 12 years.

In the field of subsidy consultancy, we have years of expertise in proposal writing and project management. We support our customers in dialogue with social, political and economic players in project management and funding acquisition. We always take care of close ties to governmental funding agencies for our partners and projects.

Hope to see you in our offices in Weimar (Thuringia) and Bochum (North Rhine-Westphalia).

M.Sc., Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Philipp Danz


Philipp Danz is an energy engineer with expertise in energy technology, supply technology, energy management and project management. He worked, among other things, on geothermal energy, biomass use, plastics processing and 3D printing. Mr. Danz heads the BFTS biofilm carrier department.

Dr.-Ing. Julia Behling

Authorised manager

Mrs. Behling holds a PhD in Mechanical Engineering. She has experience in the field of renewable energies and project management. She is advising our client on national funding schemes. Mrs. Behling is responsible for the application, monitoring and processing of research projects.

B.Sc., Ferris Kühn

Mr. Kühn is an environmental engineer and supports the team in project processing in the areas of geothermal energy, biomass, wastewater technology and 3D printing.