Our current industrial and service-sector society has many lifelines: data networks, mobility, competitive industries and building infrastructure. The one thing these all have in common is the need for electricity – the key energy of our time. The more digitalisation and electrification progresses, the greater the need for secure, 24/7 supply. Our company faces the huge challenge of meeting the burgeoning demand for power while at the same time mitigating against climate change. RWE produces that much-needed electricity – clean and safe. We are investing heavily in the expansion of renewables and storage technologies. With our flexible power plant fleet, we underpin the nation’s security of supply.
The RWE Group is a world leader in renewables with a clear growth focus. RWE keeps its finger firmly on the pulse and is proactively driving change towards the age of renewables. Change is part of the history of RWE. It is also the prerequisite to future-proofing our company. RWE leverages innovation and investment as the basis for a carbon-neutral future.
RWE Renewables Europe & Australia GmbH
RWE Renewables Europe & Australia, a wholly owned subsidiary of the RWE Group, is one of the world’s leading companies in the field of renewable energies.
Tailwind for the energy transition: With a workforce of around 1,400 employees, the company specialises in developing, constructing and operating onshore wind turbines, solar farms as well as battery storage systems. The focus regions are Europe and Australia.
RWE Offshore Wind GmbH
RWE Offshore Wind is a global energy company for sustainable electricity generation based on offshore wind power. The company’s international focus is on Europe, USA and selected markets in Asia. Over the past 20 years, RWE has developed unique expertise in the offshore industry, as its 19 operating wind farms demonstrate. Moreover, this expertise covers the entire value chain from project conceptualisation and development, through to construction, operation and maintenance of offshore wind farms. RWE’s share of these power plants amounts to 3.3 gigawatts in total. RWE Offshore Wind operates as a direct subsidiary of RWE AG. The company emerged from the former RWE Renewables GmbH, which was founded in 2019 and later split up into separate companies for each of the renewable technologies.
RWE Clean Energy, LLC
RWE Clean Energy, LLC, is a top tier renewable energy company in the United States. With more than 15 years in the U.S. renewables business and a team of about 1,500 employees, the company has an outstanding track record in developing, constructing and operating renewable energy facilities. RWE Clean Energy’s strong position in renewable energy is a result of combining RWE Renewables Americas with Con Edison Clean Energy Businesses, acquired by RWE in March 2023.
RWE Supply & Trading GmbH
RWE Supply & Trading is the interface between RWE and the energy markets around the world. Approximately 2,000 employees from over 70 different countries trade electricity, gas, commodities, and CO2 emission allowances. Accurate market analyses and a high degree of customer centricity enable them to create innovative energy supply solutions as well as risk management concepts for industrial operations. The trading entity also ensures the commercial optimisation of RWE’s power plant dispatch and markets electricity from RWE.
RWE Generation SE
With its power plants in Germany, the UK and the Netherlands, the approximately 3,000 employees of RWE Generation produce electricity primarily from gas, hydropower and biomass. The company ranks second in Europe with its gas-fired power plants. The RWE Group bundles its hydrogen activities in RWE Generation. RWE is driving forward more than 30 projects in the field of hydrogen with partners from industry and science.
RWE Power AG
RWE Power AG, with headquarters in Essen, Germany, is a company of the RWE Group. Its business is lignite-based power generation. The Company employs about 8.800 people and operates three opencast lignite mines in the Rhineland area. Lignite production is predominantly used for electricity generation in the Company’s own power stations with a capacity to supply 8 gigawatts of electricity. But is also processed to make solid fuels and filter materials. In addition, RWE Power manages the decommissioning and dismantling of RWE’s nuclear facilities.
Decarbonisation and sustainability are key components of our corporate strategy - with a clear objective: we aim to be climate-neutral by 2040.