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A further 50 MW of the planned offshore “He Dreiht” wind farm allocated via a long-term PPA

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50 MW of offshore wind energy from the planned EnBW wind farm He Dreiht in the North Sea will go to the Stuttgart-based technology company Bosch from 2026. (Symbolic image EnBW/photographer Rolf Otzipka)

About EnBW

With over 26,000 employees, EnBW is one of the largest energy companies in Germany and Europe. It supplies around 5.5 million customers with electricity, gas, water as well as services and products in the areas of infrastructure and energy. The expansion of renewable energies is a cornerstone of the growth strategy and a focus of investment. By the end of 2025, more than half of the generation portfolio is set to consist of renewable energies. Furthermore, the expansion of renewable energies is an important part of EnBW’s Sustainability Agenda as the company heads towards climate neutrality by 2035.

EnBW has been actively involved in PPA matters in Germany from the very beginning: In 2019, the company signed the first PPA of its kind in Germany with Energiekontor. In December 2021, it announced the first power purchase agreement with Fraport AG for 85 megawatts of electricity from the “He Dreiht” offshore wind farm. Evonik followed with a total of 150 MW and Salzgitter with 50 MW.


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