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Relationship to service partners

Service partners provide services to our power plants, lignite opencast mines and the refining of about one billion euro per year. Hereby they contribute significantly to our value chain. Apart from international and national companies many regional companies are involved.

Together we aim to further optimise the cost effectiveness of our plants and equipment. Therefore, when choosing suppliers and service providers, with whom we intend to pursue long-term partnerships, we are looking for competitiveness, but are also focusing on quality, reliability and the preparedness for innovation.

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Responsible procurement

Compliance with the United Nation (UN) Global Compact and the implementation of its principles in the fields of human rights, working conditions, environmental protection and anti-corruption provides an opportunity for us to demonstrate our accountability throughout the whole supply chain of our activities. We therefore expect the same recognition and observance of the UN Global Compact’s ten principles from our suppliers and service providers.

Occupational health and safety protection as well as compliance with environmental principles are important parts of our corporate culture and integrated into the business strategy as corporate goals of equally ranking.

The obligation to avoid or minimise injuries, illnesses and environmental damage is a matter of course for us. Thus we expect from our suppliers. That´s why we've developed a Health & Safety prequalification questionnaire. If you register as a supplier, please fill it in completely. If you have already received the tender documents, send the Health & Safety prequalification questionnaire to arbeitssicherheit(at)leag(dot)de.

Actual tenders

The following list contains key tenders for Lausitz Energie Kraftwerke AG und der Lausitz Energie Bergbau AG. For further information, please click on the relevant announcement. Applicants who have not yet provided any services for our companies are requested to submit relevant documents within the application, in particular references for comparable services. Please also read the following paragraphs and use the option to register as a supplier.

Description Publication date Application deadline
There are currently no tenders.

Publications are made without the LEAG companies being sector contractors in the meaning of the Law against Restraints of Competition (GWB)). In particular, the award procedures are not subject to VGV, SektVO, VOF, VOL-A or VOB-A. The tenders of LEAG companies and other EPH Group companies are also available on EPH website.

Contact persons for purchasing

If you would like to know more about our purchasing or intend to apply as a supplier or service provider, you can refer to the following contact information:

Alexander Friedel

Head of Purchasing

0355 2887 3035

Dana Bräuer

Head of Purchasing IT/Consulting/Marketing/HR Services

+49 355 2887 3265

Jens Heymann

Head of Purchasing Mechanics

+49 355 2887 3625

Martin Melde

Head of Purchasing Construction Services/Facility Management/Engineering Services

+49 355 2887 2053

Frank Ritter

Head of Operational Purchasing

+49 355 2887 3021

Andreas Voigt

Head of Projects Purchasing

+49 355 2887 3626

Kathrin Werner

Head of Purchasing Electrical Engineering/Logistics/Supply and Disposal

+49 355 2887 2211

Information on invoice verification

The following addresses apply exclusively for invoicing. Unfortunately we have to send back incorrectly addressed invoices. If you have any questions, please contact our team by email or by telephone on weekdays on +49 3 55 28 87 27 00. 

Lausitz Energie Bergbau AG
Rechnungsprüfung 4200
Postfach 156031
03060 Cottbus

The company is registered with the Cottbus Local Court under Commercial Register No. 3326.
Value added tax identification number: DE 164431732

Lausitz Energie Kraftwerke AG
Rechnungsprüfung 4300
Postfach 156031
03060 Cottbus

The company is registered with the Cottbus Local Court under Commercial Register No. 8327.
Value added tax identification number: DE 813473535

Lausitz Energie Verwaltungs GmbH
Rechnungsprüfung 4305
Postfach 156031
03060 Cottbus

The company is registered with the Cottbus Local Court under Commercial Register No. 12691.
Value added tax identification number: DE 308311090

Supply Chain Due Diligence Act

Lausitz Energie Verwaltungs GmbH, Lausitz Energie Bergbau AG, Lausitz Energie Kraftwerke AG and their majority-owned subsidiaries - collectively referred to as the LEAG Group - are aware of their responsibility to respect human rights and protect the environment throughout their entire supply chain and are committed to the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGP).

We organise our business activities in accordance with the internationally applicable standards and guidelines for human rights. The management boards and management teams of the companies in the LEAG Group oversee the implementation of and compliance with the "Declaration of Principles on Respect for Human Rights". Compliance with human rights and the protection of the environment are an integral part of the Code of Conduct applicable to the companies of the LEAG Group.

As part of the implementation of the Supply Chain Due Diligence Act adopted in June 2021, LEAG has appointed a Human Rights Officer.

The contact details of the Human Rights Officer are:

Jörg Görbing
Tel.: +49 355 2887 4222

A complaints procedure has also been set up. You can view the complaints management procedure here.

Frank Rainer

Corruption prevention

LEAG has a zero-tolerance policy towards bribery and all other forms of corruption. For this reason, we have appointed Dr Rainer Frank as an external legal ombudsman. He is available for internal and external informants, such as employees, suppliers, contractors or third parties as an independent contact person for suspicious circumstances and infringements. 

To protect whistleblowers, we have set up a contact system, which is secured in the best possible way and excludes the tracking of messages. The so-called BKMS system gives additionally the opportunity to set up a secure mailbox through which informants can conduct a secure dialogue with the ombudsman without revealing their identity.

Dr. Rainer Frank
Lawyer and specialist lawyer for criminal law
Tel: +49 30 31 86 85 86