”The infrastructure and energy world of the future will be sustainable and green, decentralized and digital, urban and cooperative. We are already well on the way towards getting here.”
─Dr. Frank Mastiaux, CEO
EnBW AG (Energie Baden-Württemberg AG) – our name points to our roots and our engagement in the region. Today, we are one of the largest energy supply companies in Germany and Europe. Beyond 2020, EnBW’s strategy will focus on the key trends defining the second phase of the Energiewende – we are transforming ourselves into a sustainable and innovative infrastructure partner with an emphasis on three central themes: sustainable power infrastructure, system-critical infrastructure, and smart infrastructure for customers.
We want to increase the share of our generation capacity accounted for by renewable energies to 50% by 2025– more than twice as much as in 2012. EnBW also wants to participate in the growth of the offshore wind market abroad and will develop three offshore wind projects, Formosa 3, off the coast of Taiwan together with our partners. We are continuing our strategy of capturing growth in new international markets in the renewable energy sector. Following its recent entry into Taiwan, EnBW has expandeded its activities to the United States of America by establishing a regional subsidiary, EnBW North America, and forming a joint venture with Trident Winds Inc. to develop an offshore wind project off the coast of Central California. This represents the EnBW Group’s first step toward tapping into the high potential of the American market.
EnBW has been actively involved in the expansion of electricity generation in Turkey, above all through investment in wind power plants, as part of its joint venture with its Turkish partner Borusan since 2009.
We are also an active contributer to e-mobility in Europe. The EnBW mobility+ charging card has enabled electric cars to charge at more than 40,000 charging stations in Germany, Austria and Switzerland – from different suppliers but always at the same price – since the end of 2020. In addition, 16 urban quick-charging parks are being constructed in 15 large towns and cities across Baden-Württemberg under the leadership of EnBW.
EnBW is growing its global footprint in Europe, Turkey, the US and the Asia-Pacific.