Juwi eyes wind at home, PV abroad

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

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

Renewables developer Juwi claimed it cemented its position as Germany’s leading onshore wind project developer in 2013, while at the same time expanding successfully in PV EPC provision globally.

The Wörrstadt-based company in a dramatic strategy shift had all but ceased its German PV activities following sharp cuts in German PV support in 2012, moving to compensate for that with its global PV business.

At the same time, Juwi concentrates its wind power activities on Germany, where it installed about 350MW of new capacity in 2013. That is 14% of the about 2.5GW of new onshore capacity installed in Germany last year according to the Fraunhofer IWES institute.

Most projects installed were in Juwi’s home market in Rhineland-Palatinate, or in nearby Saarland and Baden-Württemberg, plus several projects in Log in to read complete article.

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