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EnBW at a glance

Around €0 billion

Adjusted EBITDA in 2021 – which increased once again for the fifth year in a row.

By 2035

climate-neutral

Over 0

employees

Around €0 billion

planned net investment between 2021 and 2025

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Sustainable growth

Diagramm nachhaltiges Wachstum

Adjusted EBITDA in € billion

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Sustainability as a guiding principle

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Ability to change as a core competence

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Investment in the future

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

2012 2021
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in MW
2012
2021
in MW
Thermal power plants
2012
10,873
2021
7,622
in MW
Renewable energies
2012
2,527
2021
5,100
in MW
Installed output
2012
13,400
2021
12,722

We implement and deliver

Expansion of the transmission grid, continued progress in the ULTRANET and SuedLink projects

Expansion of the distribution grids, above all for the integration of electromobility and decentralized feed-in of energy

We are working intensively on switching over our coal power plants to natural gas (fuel switch) and then to climate-neutral gases such as biogas or green hydrogen in the long term

Our EnBW HyperNetwork covers more than 200,000 charging points in nine countries

We are expanding our quickcharging infrastructure to 2,500 sites by 2025

Bids accepted for two offshore wind farms in Great Britain with a total output of up to 3 GW and for another 2.9 GW offshore wind farm off the east coast of Scotland

Weesow-Willmersdorf solar park with a total capacity of 187 MW fully connected to the grid, the two solar parks Gottesgabe and Alttrebbin, each with a capacity of 150 MW, will be gradually placed into operation by the end of March 2022

We are expanding the broadband infrastructure and have already started the self-financed expansion of the fiber-optic network