Juwi to exit Spain and shed jobs

Sheep are preferred to lawnmowers at a Juwi head-office PV array

Sheep are preferred to lawnmowers at a Juwi head-office PV array

German renewables company Juwi said it will shed 80 jobs in a further restructuring to concentrate on its core project development, as well as its engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) businesses in its German home market and abroad.

The Wörrstadt-based company will also completely pull out of Spain, where it was active in the solar sector.

Juwi said it will give up several business areas that it could only firmly establish in the market with a very high financial effort.

Among them are battery-storage system services for home owners, and the provision of own solar mounting systems to clients, a Juwi official told Recharge.

“A year after the reorganisation of the group, we have made many positive experiences with the new structure, but we have also learned that not all is perfect yet,” Juwi’s founders Fred Jung and Log in to read complete article.

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