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EnBW Erneuerbare Energien GmbH

address Kronenstr. 26
70173 Stuttgart
country Germany
telephone +49-711 128-48774
telefax +49-711 128-48723
contact person Nicole Siegel
internet www.enbw.com/erneuerbare

company profile

The EnBW Erneuerbare Energien GmbH is active in the development of renewable energies. The investment volume will amount to three billion Euros over the next few years. The EnBW concentrates on selected target markets and economic and established and proven generation technologies with a focus on onshore and offshore wind power. There are also specific investments in photovoltaics and bio-energy. More than 150 employees work in the headquarters in Stuttgart, the offshore office in Hamburg and in Barhöft.

business area

Wind power onshore, wind power offshore, photovoltaics, bio-energy

product-/ service area

Development cooperation, construction and operation of plants in the area of renewable energies:

• Onshore and offshore projects, solar energy plants, biogas plants
• Planning and funding, realisation and operation of plants
• Investments and acquisition of wind farms and portfolios (all development stages)
• Cooperation models with attractive investment opportunities for partners


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