Wind energy

Modern wind power plants can generate electricity at competitive prices.

Hydropower

Today, it is the most widely used renewable energy source for generating electricity worldwide.

Geothermal Energy

Geothermal energy (terrestrial heat) is the heat energy stored beneath the surface of the earth.

Photovoltaics

Solar energy has an enormous potential that can be utilized by various forms of technology, one of them being photovoltaics (PV) for electricity generation.

Solar Thermal Energy

The use of solar energy to generate heat is a tried-and tested technology and has been utilized for decades.

Solar thermal power plants

Power plants based on concentrated solar power (CSP) use the sun’s energy to generate electricity on an industrial scale.

Biogas

Biogas, produced by the fermentation of biomass, is utilised worldwide to supply heat and electricity to satisfy fluctuating demand.

Solid biomass

Plants use photosynthesis to form biomass and thereby store energy. Biomass can be used to produce fuel, heat
and electricity.

Storage and grid technology

For the integration of high levels of fluctuating feed-in from renewable energies substantial changes of energy generation, transmission, distribution, storage and consumption are required.

Other industry sectors

Products and services that supplement the value chain in the various renewable energy sectors.