With its four subsidiaries RWE Renewables, RWE Generation, RWE Power and RWE Supply & Trading and a portfolio of around 43 gigawatts of generation capacity, the new RWE supplies clean, reliable and affordable electricity in the future. RWE has a generation capacity from renewables including hydropower and biomass of approximately 10 gigawatts. The company intends to further expand this position by investing up to net €5 billion until 2022 in onshore and offshore wind power, photovoltaics and storage. In addition, RWE generates electricity from gas, hard coal, lignite and nuclear power. RWE Supply & Trading is the interface between RWE and the energy markets around the world. In order to push ahead with the energy transition, RWE is investing in innovative projects such as heat storage power plants, the generation and use of hydrogen as an energy source and further Power-to-X processes. The group employs a total of around 20,000 people worldwide. RWE AG is headquartered in Essen, Germany.
RWE Renewables Sweden AB
RWE Renewables in the Nordic region focuses on developing, building and operating onshore and offshore wind farms with 70 dedicated co-workers and regional headquarters in Malmö. Currently, we operate approximately 500 MW of wind power in the Nordic region, with wind farms both offshore and onshore in Sweden and Denmark. We also have about the same amount under construction in Sweden, which will be ready to supply renewable electricity within the next two years. In addition, we have more than 3 GW of wind power in our development portfolio, with the potential to fulfill the need for more than 2 million Swedish household needs for electricity upon realization. You can find more information about our major development projects Nysäter Vind, and Södra Midsjöbanken via the link below. We are also a proud part of RWE Renewables, created in 2019 to fully focus on the transition to a sustainable energy system, with a global portfolio of wind power, solar energy and energy storage in Europe, America, Asia and Australia.