Part of a large, international organisation with local presence.
Key facts about BayWa r.e. renewable energy GmbH (Holding):
Founded: February 2009
Parent Company: BayWa AG (€15.4 bn turnover)
Employees: over 1,000 (as of February 2017)
Turnover: € 945,9 million (2016)
Managing directors: Matthias Taft - CEO (projects & services), Günter Haug (PV trading, plant construction), Harald Wilbert (finances, HR, risk management, IT)
Sites: Germany (head office), Austria, France, Italy, United Kingdom, Spain, Switzerland, Poland, Hungary, Romania, Denmark, USA, Japan, Sweden, Benelux, Thailand and Australia
Areas of activity: Wind power, solar energy, bioenergy, geothermal energy
Portfolio of services (worldwide):
Ensuring a reliable energy supply in the face of ever scarcer resources still remains as one of the greatest global challenges of the 21st century. In recognition of this issue, BayWa AG formed BayWa r.e. renewable energy in 2009 a fully-owned holding company created to bundle the group's renewable energy divisions: solar energy, wind energy, bioenergy and geothermal energy.
Since then, BayWa r.e. renewable energy has transformed itself into one of the most respected project development and trading companies throughout Germany and wider Europe. In addition to this, we offer support to our customers by providing consultation and system management services. We focus on a variety of renewable technologies, with activities spread across many countries.
The UK is a core market for BayWa r.e., and our internationally trained and qualified teams cover the entire range of activities from site development through turnkey construction and financing to sale. Moreover, we offer technical and commercial operations management for our own as well as third parties’ sites. Our wholesale distribution operations have been awarded EuPD Research Top PV Supplier 2016 for the second year in a row and are dedicated to supporting customers with all their solar PV commercial installations.
Making energy better ...
... accessible and affordable for everyone.
... emission-free and environmentally compatible.
... reliable and manageable.
... decentralised and, of course, renewable.