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Share of the generation capacity accounted for by renewable energies since 2012

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Investment in the Energiewende since 2012

-0 %

Carbon emissions (excl. supply chain) since 2012

2035

Target year for achieving climate neutrality (excl. supply chain)

Energiewende fully thought out

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Renewable energies

Powering our progress

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Measure 1 of the EnBW Sustainability Agenda

  • We are continuing to promote the expansion of renewable energies, using innovative methods aimed at further development.

What we have achieved so far

Since 2012, we have increased the share of renewable energies in our generation portfolio from 18.9% to

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What we still want to achieve

By 2025, we want to increase the share of renewable energies in our generation portfolio to at least

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Our renewable energy portfolio today

Major EnBW projects for the Energiewende: an insight

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Mona, Morgan & Morven
Baltic 1 & 2
He Dreiht
Hohe See & Albatros
Alttrebbin, Gottesgabe & Weesow-Wilmersdorf
Iffezheim

New energy for our ecosystems

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Biodiversity in and around our power plants

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Respect for winged creatures and aquatic animals

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A protective roof

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Help with fish migration

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Respect for winged creatures and aquatic animals

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A protective roof

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Help with fish migration

Climate neutrality
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Achieving goals together

Measure 2 of the EnBW Sustainability Agenda

  • Our road map is plotting the path toward climate neutrality and the socially responsible phaseout of coal.

What we have achieved so far

Since 2012, we have reduced our carbon emissions (excl. supply chain) by

0 %
What we still want to achieve

By

2035

we want to become climate-neutral by minimizing our carbon emissions and offsetting residual emissions (excl. supply chain).

Our journey toward climate neutrality

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EnBW’s climate neutrality road map in detail

2020–2030

  • Climate neutrality of individual Group companies such as Energiedienst (since 2020) and Netze BW (since 2021)
  • The use of more climate-friendly fuels and green electricity
  • Decommissioning of coal power plants with total capacity of approx. 2.5 GW

2030–2035

  • Gradual coal phaseout
  • Achievement of “H2 readiness”: preparing/switching over gas power plants to use hydrogen
  • Continuation of other measures

From 2035

  • Climate neutrality in line with the requirements and targets of the Paris Agreement
  • Reduction before offsetting
  • Achieving net zero emissions by offsetting residual emissions
  • Increased use of carbon-free gases (e.g., hydrogen) in the power plants

From coal to gas to hydrogen

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Hydrogen
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The final piece of the puzzle

Measure 3 of the EnBW Sustainability Agenda

  • We are strengthening EnBW as a system partner for hydrogen provision and infrastructure.

Hydrogen projects within the EnBW Group

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A vacation for gas heating

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Hydrogen from hydropower

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Cross-sector hydrogen future in Bad Lauchstädt

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A vacation for gas heating

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Hydrogen from hydropower

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Cross-sector hydrogen future in Bad Lauchstädt

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ESG performance indicators