Business World of Renewable Energy

Fotolia 73444491 XL 1280 256

Press release

juwi consolidates its position as the world's leading all-rounder in the field of solar PV

- Company achieves top positions in the latest rankings of internet platform “Wiki Solar”
- Expansion of project development activities gains momentum

Wörrstadt (renewablepress) - When it comes to large-scale free-field solar PV power plants, then the Wörrstadt (Germany) based juwi group is one of the world's top providers for project development, EPC and O&M services. This is the result of the recent evaluation of the Internet platform "Wiki Solar", which has been analyzing the market for PV power plants with a capacity of more than four megawatts ("utility scale") for years.

In Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) services, juwi ranks fourth place, making the company the leading European corporation in this segment. Particularly the current juwi projects in South Africa (250 MW) and Vietnam (130 MW) have contributed to this once again excellent placement. In the area of "Operations & Maintenance services” (O&M), juwi even ranks third – and is also the leading European company here. The largest single juwi project under O&M management is currently a 135-megawatt solar park in India. Juwi is also listed amongst the TOP 25 largest PV project developers. In total, juwi has planned and built nearly 2,000 PV systems of various sizes in more than 25 countries since the company was founded in 1996.The total installed capacity of these projects is around 2,500 megawatt.

"The latest statistics from Wiki Solar demonstrates that we are one of the few German companies to have established itself as a true global player," emphasizes juwi Member of the Board Stephan Hansen. "It also confirms that our activities started on the international solar markets some 20 years ago were an important step."

Prospectively, the company intends to further strengthen its own project development business for utility-scale solar PV power plants. Currently juwi is developing new projects, especially in the US, South Africa, Australia and in selected European markets. A highlight: The upcoming construction of the largest solar park in Greece, where juwi will soon begin preparing the infrastructure for the 200 megawatt Kozani project. Among juwi’s core markets in Europe is also Italy and of the course the German home market. "With this strategy, we will continue working our way up the list of project developers again as well," says Hansen.

Among the most innovative applications of solar PV are the three hybrid power plants in Australia – two at mine sites and one at a research station in the Great Barrier Reef– to whose success juwi greatly contributed. In all projects, the PV power plants are equipped with storage units and are fully integrated into the existing stand-alone grid via an intelligent juwi-developed software - juwi Hybrid IQ. "With our worldwide known DeGrussa project, we have shown what renewable energy solutions can achieve. We strive to build on that, "concludes Hansen.

About the juwi group

The juwi group is one of the world’s leading companies in the area of renewable energy. The renewable energy pioneer offers project development and EPC services as well as O&M services and hybrid solutions. Company activities are mainly projects with solar and wind. The juwi group was established in 1996 in Rhineland-Palatinate/Germany. Since the end of 2014, Mannheim based utility MVV Energie AG has been partner shareholder of the juwi Group. juwi has about 850 employees worldwide, branches on all continents and is actively engaged in various projects all over the globe. Working together with passion to implement renewable energy economically and reliably is what drives us.

So far, juwi has realized 1,000 wind turbines with a total capacity of more than. 2,300 megawatts at 180 sites globally. In the solar segment, more than 1,700 projects with a total capacity of around 2,500 megawatts have been designed and constructed. Combined, these energy systems produce around 8.0 billion kilowatt hours of clean energy per year, equaling the annual demand of more than 2.6 million German households. Within the past 20 years, juwi has initiated an investment volume of around 8.8 billion euros to realize these projects.

Wörrstadt, 11 November 2019

Publication and Reprint free of charge; please send a voucher copy to juwi AG.

Attention editorial offices: For further questions please contact Herr Felix Wächter, juwi AG.

Media contact:

juwi Group
Felix Wächter
Press Officer
Tel: +49 (0)6732 9657-1244
Mob: +49 (0)1520 9331878

juwi AG
Energie-Allee 1
55286 Wörrstadt


Press release from the Renewable Energy Industry delivered by Renewable Press
Please note: The emittent / publisher »juwi AG« is responsible for all contents.