- Juwi AG has transformed itself into JUWI GmbH with the addition of Windwärts Energie GmbH
- They will bring together their expertise and experience to focus on German renewables market and also explore select markets in other countries
- Both the companies are owned by MVV Energie and will continue to operate under the parent organization as JUWI
German renewable energy developer and EPC company juwi has joined forces with wind power company Windwärts Energie GmbH to create a new renewable project development and operations management company focused on Germany along with select markets in other nations. Both companies are owned by German municipal utility MVV Energy AG.
The merged entity called JUWI GmbH changes its name from juwi AG and will continue to operate under the umbrella of MVV that aims to become climate neutral by 2040.
“As a result of the EU Green Deal and the new climate neutrality targets set by politicians in Germany and many key international markets, the conditions for renewable energies have further improved over the past few months,” said Chairman of the Management Board of JUWI GmbH, Carsten Bovenschen.
Coming together, both the companies bring together their technical know-how, local expertise and an international reach with comprehensive product development and operations experience, stated JUWI that unveiled a new logo to mark the announcement.
JUWI touts a portfolio of more than 6 GW of wind and solar power capacity installed across the globe, comprising over 2.8 GW wind and about 1.85 GW solar PV. The operations team of the company has more than 4.1 GW wind and solar PV capacity to manage.