Currently, around one houndred companies, research institutions and organizations are members of the AquaVentus Förderverein.
The joint-stock company “EMS” is a maritime service provider that attracts attention as a “first mover” through innovative ship projects. The island ferry MV “Ostfriesland” was converted from conventional marine diesel to environmentally friendly LNG (liquefied natural gas) for the first time in Europe as a pilot project in 2015. A first German LNG new-build vessel joined the fleet in the same year. The subsidiary EMS Maritime Offshore GmbH offers comprehensive services as a maritime service provider in the offshore sector. Here, maritime applications for battery and hydrogen hybrid propulsion systems as well as basic Power to X applications for the maritime industry are considered and implemented.
Aker Horizons develops and operates clean hydrogen production on an industrial scale. The company from Norway is dedicated to creating value and reducing emissions through renewable energy and decarbonization technologies. During project implementation, Aker Horizons can draw on the expertise of the entire Aker Group and leverage its many years of experience in engineering, technology development and digitalization to increase efficiency and reduce project costs. By 2030, the company aims to have a net installed capacity of 5 GW of hydrogen production and will make an important contribution to reducing greenhouse gas emissions worldwide.
The Department of Economic Development is the regional contact point for companies and start-ups in all questions and concerns related to the topics of funding programs, business and economic development.
The topics of the Department of Economic Development include traditional core industries such as port & logistics, fish and food industry, but also innovative industries such as pharmaceuticals and biotechnology. In the new energy sector, the Department of economic development has accompanied the German Offshore-Industry-Center Cuxhaven on its way to becoming the leading location in Europe. Last but not least, the Department of Economic Development is strongly networked in classic economic sectors such as tourism, trade and crafts.
Wind has enormous power.
Wind energy has long made an important contribution to electricity generation from renewable sources. Wind sets the rotor blades of wind turbines in motion. This drives a generator and the electricity generated is fed into the grid.
Germany aims to generate 65% of its electricity from renewable sources by 2030. Wind power is considered a promising energy source and plays a central role in energy policy.
In June 2013, the AVIA Group entered the electricity production business. Currently, 8 wind turbines with 20 megawatts of power provide electricity that is fed into the grid. Around 15,000 households can be supplied with renewable energy. The plants will save almost 36,000 tons of CO2.
BIS Bremerhavener Gesellschaft für Investitionsförderung und Stadtentwicklung mbH is responsible for developing, strengthening and marketing Bremerhaven as a business location on behalf of the City of Bremerhaven and the State of Bremen.
Promoting entrepreneurial commitment and developing the city into a modern business and living location – we see this as a central task of business development in Bremerhaven. The overriding goal is to create and secure jobs.
Bremerhaven has a maritime tradition that goes back decades. Building on this, the maritime city is now Europe’s fourth-largest container port, a leader in automobile imports and exports, a center of excellence for logistics and maritime technologies, a major innovative location for the fish and food industry, and a unique location in Europe for offshore wind energy.
Companies in the city can draw on highly specialized and renowned scientific institutions such as the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, the Fraunhofer Institute for Wind Energy and Energy System Technology, the Institute for Maritime Transport and Logistics and the various institutes of the university.
The Buckstay Group is an expanding consultancy that provides large corporations and medium-sized companies with tried and tested expertise in the management of complex industrial projects. The services include project management, risk management and contract management – both advisory and operative. The main focus is on the energy, process and transport industries as well as mechanical and plant engineering. Part of the Buckstay Group is a recruitment consultancy specialising in our core fields.
Founded in 1828, Bureau Veritas is a global leader in Testing, Inspection and Certification (TIC). Bureau Veritas provides high quality services to help you meet the growing challenges of quality, safety, environmental protection and social responsibility. As a trusted partner, Bureau Veritas offers innovative solutions that go beyond confirming compliance with regulations and standards by reducing risk, improving performance and promoting sustainable development.
In 1975, our company founder Jan Brand made his technical know-how available to Dutch companies on a project basis for the first time. In doing so, he pioneered a new world of work. His goal: to enable more flexibility and drive technical progress. His intention and his pioneering spirit still form the foundation of our diverse and sustainable activities today – locally, regionally and globally. Within the DACH-CZ region, Brunel is represented by more than 40 branches and more than 2,800 engineering specialists, technicians and computer scientists. Worldwide, Brunel has more than 12,000 specialists at more than 120 locations in 40 countries.
We know and analyze the needs of our customers as well as those of our employees and applicants – whether for the successful completion of challenging projects in engineering and IT or for shaping professional careers. We unite all of this in our promise: Connecting Specialists to Pioneering Projects.
Brunsbüttel Ports owns and operates the Brunsbüttel port group (Elbehafen, Hafen Ostermoor and Ölhafen) at the intersection of the Elbe River and the Kiel Canal. The ports are important transhipment hubs in the ChemCoast Park Brunsbüttel, the largest contiguous industrial area in Schleswig-Holstein, and the Hamburg metropolitan region. Under the umbrella brand SCHRAMM Ports & Logistics, the network comprises 17 port and logistics locations in the regions of Schleswig-Holstein, Hamburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and Sweden and is a universal contact for maritime logistics services.
In recent years, CARNEADES has been involved in several large both onshore and offshore wind farm projects. We offer extensive experience and a network of specialists, so we can draw on the expertise of almost 20 years in the field of wind energy, or wind turbines.
CARNEADES offers a range of services in the development and execution phases of the projects. During the development phase, CARNEADES supports its clients in all regulatory, commercial planning and procurement matters, e.g. by drafting supply and installation contracts and supporting the tendering process for the main work packages by taking a lead role in the negotiations. CARNEADES uses its contract management and legal expertise to achieve the best results for our clients.
McDermott has a fleet of derrick barges, construction and pipe-laying vessels, and support vessels capable of transporting and installing complex oil and gas structures such as jackets, topsides, and subsea structures. The fleet is capable of laying pipelines in S-lay, reel-lay and flex-lay from shallow to deep water. In recent years, McDermott has invested significantly in its fleet, adding modern and highly efficient dynamically positioned pipeline and construction vessels. The flagship DLV 2000 was launched in 2016, and in 2017 McDermott acquired Amazon, which will be upgraded for the ultra-deepwater market with a state-of-the-art J-Lay system equipped with the latest technology.
Many years of experience, extensive capacities and its prime location directly on the river Elbe make the port logistics company Cuxport a sought-after partner for offshore projects in the North Sea. Cuxport develops, implements and coordinates complex logistics concepts for the wind energy industry. We store, assemble and handle even the heaviest turbine components. As a service port, we are also available for maintenance, repair and installation. For us, the membership in AquaVentus is one thing above all: a commitment to the energy transition.
Climate change, energy transition 2.0, security of supply – our world is changing rapidly. These complex issues require holistic concepts and good partnerships. cruh21 has the ideas and the network to provide our customers with orientation in the energy and hydrogen world of tomorrow.
We keep Europe moving through a wide range of freight services from ferry transport to complex logistics solutions:
- 11,000 employees
- DKK 17bn revenue
- 20+ countries connected by our ferry routes and logistics solutions
DFDS has since its foundation in 1866 built a unique infrastructure of ferry routes connecting European countries with each other as well as with Türkiye. We mostly transport freight units on the routes in addition to around 5 million passengers in normal years.
We also offer logistics services rooted in the regions served by our ferry routes. They range from door-door transports of full-loads to complex solutions for major industrials.
DNV operates in more than 100 countries as an independent expert in the maritime, energy and business assurance sectors. Through its broad experience and deep expertise DNV advances safety and sustainable performance, sets industry benchmarks, and inspires and invents solutions. In the energy sector, DNV offers advisory, verification and certification services across the entire energy value chain. As an advisor on technical and regulatory issues, a leading certification body of offshore pipelines and wind turbines, and with its own test laboratories for hydrogen infrastructures, DNV has a strong focus on system integration.
DWV is committed to the protection of our nature and environment and the conservation of resources. In this sense, DWV accompanies the design of the development of a hydrogen economy as part of a sustainable energy supply.
In this context, DWV supports the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement, which the international community adopted at COP 21 in 2015. DWV also recognizes the position of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) that climate change is man-made for people and nature.
DWV’s activities focus on a hydrogen economy for a sustainable and low-emission energy supply with the necessary market, technological and regulatory framework for plant construction, generation, transport infrastructure and application technologies. The aim of all DWV activities is to offer our society and our descendants an environment that is worth living in and socially just.
EBRO ARMATUREN, headquartered in Hagen, Germany, is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of industrial valves, actuators and automation technology. With our international network of production plants, subsidiaries and representatives we are always close to the customer. Excellent expertise combined with high-quality products makes us an internationally acknowledged partner of the machine and plant engineering sector.
EE.SH is one of the six strategic economic clusters of the state of Schleswig-Holstein. We want to strengthen the renewable energy sector in Schleswig-Holstein, implement the energy transition and increase value creation for the region.
- Networking with and for the sector
- Project initiation and acquisition of project funds
- Innovation management
- Digitalisation of the energy transition
- Sector coupling and “green” hydrogen
- Sustainable industrial estates
- Acceptance of energy projects
EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG supplies around 5.5 million customers with electricity, gas and water as well as energy-related services and products. An important goal of EnBW is to make the possibilities of the sustainable new energy world available to people – intelligently, safely and simply.
The Entwicklungsgesellschaft Westholstein(egw) works on behalf of the counties of Dithmarschen and Steinburg and the city of Brunsbüttel for the economic and infrastructural development of the region on the west coast of Schleswig-Holstein.
Among other things, egw promotes new settlements in Schleswig-Holstein’s largest industrial area, the ChemCoast Park Brunsbüttel, but also at other locations in the region such as Büsum, Heide, Glückstadt and Itzehoe. Likewise, development projects of already resident companies are supported, which serve, for example, a more sustainable industrial production as well as the increase of energy efficiency and competitiveness. In addition, egw:wirtschaftsförderung is the interface to the political and administrative stakeholders in Schleswig-Holstein as well as being involved in technology and start-up centers in Dithmarschen in a managerial capacity.
The egw:technik department of the Entwicklungsgesellschaft Westholstein deals with central infrastructure issues in the region. In addition to securing the supply of drinking water in the economic area as operator of the Wacken waterworks special-purpose association and the drainage of the Brunsbüttel industrial area, this also includes sustainable district heating concepts. Special attention is also being paid to expanding broadband coverage in Dithmarschen. As the operating company of the Dithmarschen Broadband Association, egw:technik ensures that a fiber optic network is set up to effectively promote digitization and thus the future viability of the Dithmarschen and Steinburg economic region.
For more info, visit: https://www.eg-westholstein.de/
EnTec Industrial Services GmbH & Co KG was founded in 2009 with the construction and commissioning of the ethanol tank farm. In 2012, the business area was expanded to include a handling and storage base for the onshore and offshore industry on the site at Helgoländer Kai and Neufelder Straße. Today, EnTec Industrial Services GmbH is one of the specialists for warehouse and logistics concepts in northern Germany.
E.ON is a privately owned international energy company headquartered in Essen, focusing on the business areas of energy networks and customer solutions. As one of Europe’s largest energy companies, E.ON is taking a leading role in shaping a green, digital and decentralised energy world. To this end, around 78,000 employees develop and sell products and solutions for private, commercial and industrial customers. More than 50 million customers buy electricity, gas, digital products or solutions for electromobility, energy efficiency and climate protection from E.ON.
For more than 50 years, ERM has been advising the world’s leading organizations on the development of innovative and sustainable solutions for the global challenges of the future. With more than 6,500 employees in more than 40 countries and at over 160 locations, ERM is the largest global pure sustainability company. ERM has been active in the field of hydrogen technology for more than ten years and, in addition to the Dolphyn project, also supports other projects in Europe, America and Southeast Asia. Based on this experience, and with its subsidiaries Element Energy and E4Tech, ERM has comprehensive expertise in relation to all strategic, economic, safety-related and technical aspects of the use of hydrogen as an energy carrier.
One of the essential prerequisites for the prosperity of a society is access to energy and water wherever energy and water are needed. Very safely and also economically, these essential goods are transported through pipelines. EUROPIPE is committed to pipeline technology – for the benefit of all. EUROPIPE aims to further expand its leading role as a manufacturer of large-diameter pipes and provider of related services.
Headquartered in Belgium, Fluxys is a fully independent energy infrastructure group with 1,300 employees active in gas transmission & storage and liquefied natural gas terminalling. Through its associated companies across the world, Fluxys operates 12,000 kilometres of pipeline and liquefied natural gas terminals totaling a yearly regasification capacity of 35 billion cubic metres. Among Fluxys’ subsidiaries is Euronext listed Fluxys Belgium, owner and operator of the infrastructure for gas transmission & storage and liquefied natural gas terminalling in Belgium.
As a purpose-led company, Fluxys together with its stakeholders contributes to a better society by shaping a bright energy future. Building on the unique assets of its infrastructure and its commercial and technical expertise, Fluxys is committed to transporting hydrogen, biomethane or any other carbon-neutral energy carrier as well as CO2, accommodating the capture, usage, and storage of the latter.
FutureOn is a company with truly revolutionary technology that addresses the challenges of both the underwater environment and the modern workplace. The company provides software that helps energy companies control costs and better manage resources while accelerating the development of energy projects and improving field management in the subsea environment.
GASCADE is a German long-distance gas network operator based in Kassel. With a 3200-kilometre gas infrastructure, we connect five European countries and thus flexibly and safely supply Germany and Europe with energy.
Gas transport and pipelines are our expertise – we are therefore also committed to the transport of hydrogen. Because we are convinced that the use of hydrogen as an energy carrier is indispensable for the energy transition and the achievement of climate targets. In the future, hydrogen will be a binding element between all sectors and enable the further integration of renewables and climate-neutral energy sources.
Our mission is to transport gas safely, reliably, and economically. Due to the geographical location of our transport network, we play an important role in the heart of the northwestern European gas market. As one of Europe’s leading gas infrastructure companies, our services make a major contribution to the economy and society. Our network connects suppliers and end users of energy, and as an international hub it serves European gas transit.
Well equipped for the future:
German LNG Terminal is planning to build and operate a combined import and distribution terminal for LNG in Brunsbüttel. The Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (KfW) on behalf of the German government, the Dutch Gasunie LNG Holding B.V. and RWE will jointly drive the project forward. Gasunie will operate the LNG terminal.
The shareholder structure with highly experienced companies not only ensures that the project will be completed as quickly as possible, but also that it will gradually be used for climate-neutral energy sources. Right from the start, it is planned to convert the terminal for the import of green hydrogen or its derivatives.
The GICON® Group is a group of international, independently-operating engineering service providers. Our headquarters are in Dresden, Germany. As a group of companies, GICON® stands for sustainable, environmentally-conscious services and has been a reliable planning partner at home and abroad for over 25 years. We are very much involved in supporting onshore and offshore windfarms engineering and consulting services as well as continuing the development of our own technology developments. Currently, over 400 employees work throughout the group.
GÖRG is one of the top independent commercial law firms in Germany, a nationwide leader in insolvency and restructuring, and in top positions in all core areas of commercial law.
More than 300 lawyers and tax advisors with many years of national and international consulting experience work at GÖRG’s five locations in Berlin, Frankfurt am Main, Hamburg, Cologne and Munich to advise each of our clients personally, pragmatically, in partnership and with a high level of competence.
Our clients include many well-known domestic and foreign companies, medium-sized enterprises as well as financial investors and listed corporations from all sectors of the economy and the public sector.
Our mission is to become the most compelling energy company for future generations. We will create a comprehensive ecosystem that includes everything from the generation and storage of clean hydrogen to its transportation and delivery, so that governments, industrial and commercial energy customers can successfully drive their energy transition away from fossil to clean and sustainable energy.
On September 1, 1945 Wilhelm and Marie Harting founded the company “Wilhelm Harting Mechanische Werkstätten”. In a small hall of about 100m2 in a repair shop in Minden, the production of devices for everyday use began. The first products were useful everyday helpers in the beginning. The company produced energy-saving lamps, hot plates, electric fences, waffle irons, electric firelighters and irons. The size and scope of orders increased and the company experienced steady growth.
Early on, founder Wilhelm Harting recognized the need for new technical products for the emerging German industry. Together with dedicated employees and creative ideas, the company pressed ahead with the design of a connector that would be robust, easy to handle and applicable for a variety of purposes – the need for such a product had long been on Wilhelm Harting’s mind.
And soon the Han® connector celebrated its convincing premiere and set a globally recognized standard. It has remained the backbone of the technology group through all of the company’s transformations.
Today, the HARTING Technology Group is a leading international supplier of industrial connectivity for the three lifelines Data, Signal and Power with 14 production sites and 44 sales companies worldwide.
Since 1919, the name Hansen & Rosenthal has stood for the highest quality in specialty chemicals and in the development and manufacture of crude oil-based specialty chemical and pharmaceutical products. The secret of our success has always been our strong customer focus and the consistent further development of our brands and products. We always do our best to maintain and expand the high quality and trust of our customers in our products.
The name HC HAGEMANN stands for one of the oldest private construction companies in Germany. Since its foundation in 1869 by the architect Heinrich Carl Hagemann, HC HAGEMANN has been a household name in the construction industry.
Looking back to the beginnings of the company is at the same time looking forward. Because in all these years we have always managed to break new ground, to make the impossible possible and to develop optimal solutions for our customers with a changed view of things. Thus, the experience of 150 years of construction activity coupled with today’s knowledge of state-of-the-art construction methods and technologies represents a binding seal of quality for our clients.
Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) is a leading European logistics company. With a dense network of seaport terminals in Hamburg, Odessa, Tallinn and Trieste, excellent hinterland connections and linked intermodal hubs in Central and Eastern Europe, HHLA is the logistics and digital hub along the transport flows of the future. This makes HHLA an important partner in terms of planning and implementing the logistics chain, contributing its expertise in both transport and distribution and in the application of hydrogen.
With 1,700 employees, the HanseWerk Group is one of the largest energy service providers in northern Germany. Together with our strong and specialized subsidiaries, we offer municipalities, companies and private customers solutions for climate protection and reliable energy and communications technology. Through our subsidiaries Schleswig-Holstein Netz, HanseWerk Natur and HanseGas, we operate electricity, gas and heating networks in more than 1,000 municipalities in northern Germany. At the same time, we are one of the largest operators of highly efficient combined heat and power plants and heating systems, some of which are biogas-based. Our goal: to be climate-neutral as a partner in the energy transition as early as 2030.
As an innovative hydraulic engineering company, we are active nationally and internationally in the fields of hydraulic engineering, coastal protection, land reclamation and explosive ordnance disposal, both onshore and offshore. With our experts, vessels and services, we offer a unique combination that guarantees the highest safety and sustainability standards.
As an emission-free alternative to petroleum, green hydrogen is a key component of the energy transition. The AquaVentus initiative intends to set signals worldwide with climate-friendly hydrogen technology and uses Heligoland as an optimal real laboratory to contribute to the goals of the German and European hydrogen strategy in a sustainable way.
AquaVentus’ visionary project: 10 gigawatts of generation capacity for green hydrogen from offshore wind energy by 2035 and its transport on land. One million tons of green hydrogen per year could soon be produced.
The plans and visualizations presented show that Heligoland will continue to be a unique natural paradise and will not develop into an industrial island. Accordingly, the unique character of the island is not touched. Thus, the people of Heligoland are once again demonstrating their pioneering spirit and showing the world that what is being developed here on the island can very well serve as a blueprint for other locations.
Hitachi Energy is a leading global technology company developing a sustainable energy future for all.We supply customers in the energy supply, industry and infrastructure sectors with innovative solutions and services along the entire value chain.Together with customers and partners, we pioneer technologies and enable the digital transformation needed to drive the energy transition toward a climate-neutral future.We are evolving the world’s energy system to make it more sustainable, flexible and secure, while balancing social, environmental and economic values. Hitachi Energy has a proven track record and an unparalleled installed base in more than 140 countries.Headquartered in Switzerland, we employ approximately 38,000 people in 90 countries and generate approximately $10 billion in business.
As a midstream player, Hydrogenious LOHC makes hydrogen available in a particularly flexible, safe and efficient way – no matter how complex the delivery routes. Our unique LOHC technology solutions for hydrogen storage and transport use existing fuel infrastructure for this purpose. Founded in 2013 and based in Erlangen, Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies offers turnkey (de)hydrogenation plants, operation & maintenance and LOHC logistics in a partnership with Bilfinger. In the Middle East, Hydrogenious LOHC Emirates acts as the regional spearhead. Hydrogenious LOHC Maritime develops zero-emission LOHC onboard propulsion for ships in Norway.
Founded in 1968, HYTORC is the world’s leading brand for torque-controlled, preload-precise bolting technology. For many years, renowned industrial companies have relied on HYTORC’s comprehensive solution expertise, high-quality products and consistent customer service. Numerous patents stand for an innovative edge on the market and proven added value in terms of sustainable cost-benefit optimization as well as the pursuit of process and occupational safety.
EDF Renewables Deutschland develops, builds and operates projects in onshore and offshore wind energy and photovoltaics in its own portfolio. It also offers innovative battery storage solutions for industrial customers and green power generation for hydrogen projects.
The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of the international EDF Renewables group – a leading renewable energy producer active in more than 20 countries. EDF Renewables has been involved in Germany for more than 20 years and has since completed over 700 MW of green power project.
ILF Group is an internationally active, fully independent engineering and consulting company that supports its clients in the successful realization of technically demanding, complex industrial and infrastructure projects. In more than 45 office locations on five continents, the companies of the ILF Group employ 2,500 highly qualified staff. Due to the regional presence, an ongoing coordination with the respective customers and project participants can take place on site. At the same time, the close cooperation in the ILF Group network also enables the integration of top international experts, special experiences, processes and tools.
This combination of local presence and international expertise enables customer needs to be met in the best possible way. The company is fully privately owned by the founding families and is therefore completely independent of manufacturer, supplier and bank interests.
We support companies in expanding their competitive advantage and promoting innovation.
Norwegian companies have access to a broad business support system as well as financial resources. Innovation Norway provides expertise, consulting services, advertising services and networking services. Marketing Norway as a tourist destination is also one of the organization’s important tasks.
By combining local industry knowledge and international networks with the business ideas and motivation of entrepreneurs, the foundation for new successful companies is created.
Innovation Norway is the official trade representation of the Norwegian government abroad.
Our goal is to help Norwegian companies grow and find new markets. Local presence is therefore an important concern for us.
It is very easy to get in touch with us. We are represented in more than 30 countries worldwide and in all Norwegian provinces. Our head office is located in Oslo.
Jörss – Blunck – Ordemann GmbH is a planning and engineering company in the construction industry with a history of over 55 years. It is active in the preparation and review of structural designs in the fields of building construction, civil engineering/civil engineering and offshore structures, as well as in object planning and construction supervision.
While the fields of structural engineering and civil engineering have been represented since the beginning, the field of activity offshore structures in the field of renewable energies has been pursued and continuously expanded since Dr. Lüddecke joined the company in 2014.
With more than 45 engineers and other employees, the engineering office is well positioned for the various tasks from design to implementation planning as well as testing and construction supervision.
J-POWER is Japan’s sixth largest electricity producer, owning and operating a power generation capacity of 18 GW in Japan and 6.5 GW overseas. J-POWER announced “J-POWER Blue Mission 2050” in February 2021, with the goal of meeting the challenge of making its power generation business carbon-neutral by 2050 in our power generation business and has set the intermediate goal of reducing CO2 emissions by 40% by 2030. In order to achieve this goal, we will pursue the possibility of expanding our business domain by promoting the use of green/blue hydrogen.
KONGSTEIN provides world-class technical consulting and project management to deliver innovative, efficient solutions for the renewable offshore and maritime industries. We enable the green transformation of the energy industry by helping our customers strive for sustainable use of resources.
The Iberdrola Group occupies a leading position internationally in the field of renewable energies and supplies energy to around 100 million people worldwide. In Germany, the local company Iberdrola Energie Deutschland GmbH supplies electricity to industrial and business customers nationwide. We offer individualized fixed-price, tranche or flex products, as well as PPAs, guarantees of origin and customized solar solutions. In Spain, Iberdrola already occupies a leading position in the field of green hydrogen. Building on this, Iberdrola Germany is also pursuing an ambitious business strategy in green hydrogen.
Iberdrola is one of the leading companies in the field of renewable energies and supplies green electricity to almost 100 million people worldwide.
In Germany, Iberdrola is increasingly involved in offshore wind power and is already planning its third wind farm in the Baltic Sea with Windanker. The so-called “Baltic Hub” will have a total installed capacity of 1.1 GW in 2026.
Iberdrola is thus driving the regional energy transition in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. In the field of hydrogen production, the company wants to expand its experience and network with competent industry experts.
The Institut für Klimaschutz, Energie und Mobilität (Institute for Climate Protection, Energy and Mobility IKEM), headquartered in Berlin, is a non-profit association and independent research institute with more than 10 years of experience in interdisciplinary research on climate protection in the tense relationship between law, economics and politics.
The IKEM contributes its expertise to projects in which ideas for the transformation of economy and society are tested in practice. With the help of our research, innovations are established in the legal and political framework, climate protection ideas are brought to market maturity and optimised with a view to social acceptance.
The Gesellschaft für Energie und Klimaschutz Schleswig-Holstein GmbH (EKSH) promotes science and research in energy and environmental protection and educational projects in this field. The non-profit company provides around 2 million euros annually for pilot projects and programs in Schleswig-Holstein. The main areas of work are currently sustainable mobility, renewable energies, sector coupling and energy efficiency. 2021, the State Competence Center Hydrogen Research Schleswig-Holstein (HY.SH) was founded under the umbrella of ESKH. Since then, HY.SH has acted as a central point of contact for hydrogen researchers in Schleswig-Holstein and also has its own funding program for university staff in the state, the H2Fonds. In the AquaVentus Förderverein, HY.SH in particular, which thanks to its umbrella organization EKSH has an established research network and direct contact with research institutions, is committed to knowledge and technology transfer and supports accompanying research at partner universities in the state of Schleswig-Holstein.
LRQA is a spin-off of the maritime classification society Lloyd’s Register and continues all industrial activities of this group under the new brand. We are an independent technical expert organization with experts in more than 180 countries and proud to have our origins in what is by far the oldest testing group in the world. LRQA has broad and deep technical expertise in the field of regulatory inspections and holds extensive international accreditations in a wide range of industry sectors for this purpose. Our experts and inspectors also support our customers in the free-market sector with production monitoring, construction site inspections and deadline monitoring. In Germany, we have developed into a recognized provider of services in the field of renewable energies and support well-known companies from the hydrogen/H2 and offshore wind energy sectors in successfully advancing their projects.
Hydrogen Services: Net Zero Manufacturing Assurance, Approval in Principle (AIP), Hydrogen Certificate of Origin, Hydrogen Containers & Fuel Cell.
Mabanaft is a leading independent and integrated energy company that provides its customers with innovative energy solutions in the transportation, heating and industrial sectors. The company is also active in the trading of petroleum products, natural gas liquids, chemicals and biofuels, as well as biofuels. Mabanaft takes an active role in the energy transition and combines economic growth with ecological and social responsibility in its actions. Mabanaft believes that the transformation path to a cleaner and lower-carbon economy requires a wide range of solutions to secure customers’ future energy needs.
Mannesmann Line Pipe is a leading specialist in HFI longitudinally welded steel pipe with an extensive range of dimensions and grades. The plants in Siegen and Hamm manufacture for customers from all over the world.
The steel pipes of Mannesmann Line Pipe GmbH ensure access to clean drinking water for countless households around the world, form the lifelines of modern society as line pipes and storage pipes for energy carriers (including hydrogen), are aesthetic and load-bearing construction elements, e.g. for offshore islands, and are driving the future of energy supply as district heating pipes and construction pipes for wind towers, among other things.
Mannesmann Grossrohr GmbH is a wholly owned subsidiary of Salzgitter AG and has been manufacturing spiral-welded large-diameter pipes for the most demanding applications in the gas, oil and water transport industries in Salzgitter / Lower Saxony for over 60 years. Within our group of companies, we develop and optimise new steels and technologies together with our sister companies Salzgitter Flachstahl GmbH and Salzgitter Mannesmann Forschung GmbH in order to be able to meet the high demands and individual requirements of our customers at all times. In recent years, we have already been able to supply international and national projects, including the connection pipelines for the German LNG terminals, with pipes that already meet the requirements for the transport of hydrogen.
Marubeni Group has a broad trading and business portfolio in areas including lifestyle, real estate, food, forest products, chemicals, metals and minerals, energy, power business, infrastructure, machinery, mobility, aviation industry, and ships, etc. In addition, the company has set a goal of achieving net-zero GHG emissions by 2050 and aims to actively promote a decarbonized society.
Green hydrogen, which is expected to play a significant role in the energy transition, we hope to contribute to its future commercialization by utilizing the knowledge we have gained through our various projects, including international hydrogen supply chain projects.
Natixis -Your “Go-To” Bank in Energy and Natural Resources:
Natixis has leveraged the experience of 30 years in the energy & natural resources industry to serve all players in the “renewable energy” value chain. As one of the Top 10 global banks, Natixis is the financial partner of choice for managing the energy transition. With a global network of more than 140 banking experts in 12 locations, Natixis supports its corporate clients in large-volume financing and complex structuring with innovative solutions in Green & Sustainable Finance, Corporate Finance, Global & Commodity Trading, Global Markets or Real Asset Finance.
N-Sea is the leading provider of total subsea solutions.
We provide a wide range of surveying, IRM and construction services to contractors and the energy sector, with a focus on the international oil and gas as well as renewable energy industries.
We provide effective and cost-efficient solutions for subsea facilities and infrastructure, while maintaining a safe environment.
N-Sea delivers subsea engineering: from installation to decommissioning, from inspection to maintenance management, we help assess the condition of subsea assets and provide the necessary service throughout the lifecycle.
NGT is a Dutch company that has owned and operated a nearly 500-kilometer pipeline network in the Dutch North Sea for almost 50 years. NGT operates an open access system available to all offshore gas producers on equal and transparent terms. By transforming existing infrastructure into an integrated offshore hydrogen backbone, we can accelerate the development of green hydrogen through offshore electrolysis.
NOGAT B.V. is the owner and operator of the NOGAT pipeline system. It transports gas produced on the Danish, German and Dutch parts of the continental shelf to the Dutch market. The NOGAT pipeline system consists of a pipeline from the F3-FB platform to Den Helder, including connected pipelines to Denmark and Germany, and a gas processing plant in Den Helder. NOGAT B.V. plays an important role in the implementation of the Dutch Small Fields Directive and complements the Dutch Gas Hub.
NOGAT B.V. offers all affiliated companies the possibility to bridge short production stops and to mix gas of different quality before it is delivered to the Dutch network.
NOGAT B.V. strives to make the most of its current transportation and gas processing capacity by operating efficiently and reliably to achieve the highest possible level of gas supply.
The company, together with Neptune Energy Netherlands B.V. and NAM B.V., aims to continuously improve the HSEQ aspects of the business.
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Northland Power is a leading global power producer dedicated to developing, building, owning and operating clean and green global power infrastructure assets across the world. Headquartered in Toronto with offices and facilities in over 12 countries, Northland owns or has an economic interest in over 3 GW of operating generating capacity and 4,5GW visible development portfolio. Specifically in Germany, Northland has established its offshore wind centre of excellence in Hamburg and owns and operates two offshore windfarms Deutsche Bucht (252 MW) and Nordsee One (332 MW). In partnership with RWE, Northland is developing an additional 1.3 GW of new offshore wind capacity in the North Sea.
OneSubsea provides integrated solutions, products, systems and services for the subsea oil and gas market. Our company provides a game-changer in reservoir recovery for the subsea oil and gas industry by integrating and optimizing the entire production system over the life of the field. OneSubsea leverages Cameron’s flow control expertise, process technologies, and world-class manufacturing and aftermarket capabilities, as well as Schlumberger’s petrotechnical leadership, reservoir and production technology, and R&D capabilities.
OneSubsea currently operates in six technical specialties – Integrated Solutions, Production Systems, Processing Systems, Control Systems, Pivot and Vessel Systems, and Subsea Services – that provide products and services to oil and gas operators around the world.
In 2001, the shareholders of OWT recognized the developing market of the offshore wind industry very early and decided to focus their respective experience and competences. It turns out that the task of constructing suitable foundation structures for this purpose has been unsolved to date. This decided the development direction of the first years and the orientation as an engineering service provider. OWT became a pioneer for foundation structures and thus a recognized office of comprehensive topics around offshore wind.
Thus, OWT accompanied many German projects in their development and made energetic contributions at many points which underline the pioneer character: first design basis and preliminary drafts, one of the first offshore measuring masts, engineering for the first German test wind farm alpha ventus and the like. The next few years saw the construction of the Borkum and Global Tech I wind farms, which in turn were among the very first German wind farms.
Since 2015, OWT’s competences have been expanding towards mechanical engineering and especially shipbuilding tasks, in addition to civil engineering. Today, maritime services are offered and performed on a larger scale.
OWT benefits from almost 20 years of experience in many areas in and around wind energy offshore and onshore as well as marine operations, steel construction, classic design and much more and want to continuously develop further in these areas.
Heligoland belongs to the district of Pinneberg and thus to the smallest and at the same time largest district in Schleswig-Holstein: in terms of area, the smallest with 664 square kilometers, but with about 317,000 inhabitants the most populous. With 8 cities, 5 independent municipalities and 36 municipalities, the district of Pinneberg is very urban. A wide range of cultural activities, attractive local recreational opportunities and a good infrastructure make the district worth living in. With around 16,000 companies from industry, trade and services, the district of Pinneberg is one of the economically strongest in the Hamburg metropolitan region.
Ørsted vision is a world that runs entirely on green energy. As the global market leader for offshore wind energy, the company already supplies around 1.4 million German households with green energy – with 2.5 million planned by 2025. Worldwide, Ørsted also plans, builds and operates onshore wind farms, solar farms, energy storage and biomass power plants. With green hydrogen projects, Ørsted wants to accelerate the decarbonization of traditionally emissions-intensive sectors, such as transport and heavy industry.
PtX Development GmbH stands for sustainable energy generation and climate protection. We want to generate green electricity with wind power and photovoltaics, convert it into hydrogen to use it directly as an energy carrier, energy storage or as a starting point for chemical conversion into other energy carriers or products.
In addition, we want to use wind power and photovoltaics to feed green electricity into the public grid and replace fossil fuels.
Roxtec was founded in 1990 by Mikael Blomqvist in his home garage in Karlskrona, Sweden. Thanks to the invention of Multidiameter™, a solution that improves the process of sealing cable and pipe penetrations, our company experienced impressive growth. We have retained our entrepreneurial spirit, our customer focus and our core Roxtec values.
Today, we offer complete waterproofing solutions for a wide range of applications in numerous industries. Roxtec safety seals can be found on land, water and underground. Our cooperation with customers creates excellent conditions for continuous development work. Teamwork enables us to develop new solutions – and spurs us on to continue opening up new markets.
Unconditional commitment and passion. This has been our hallmark for over 25 years. Founded in 1995 in Flörsheim-Dalsheim, Rheinhessen, by Dipl.-Ing. Michael Zehe and with more than 250 employees worldwide today, we stand for the highest quality and competence. This is proven by numerous product approvals from renowned manufacturers in the automotive and industrial sectors and regular audits. In perfection, we as a family business not only create innovative and sustainable lubricants, but also always deliver our best products to the international markets.
The generation of electricity from renewable energy sources is bundled in RWE Renewables. Here, RWE has risen to become the “super player” in renewables. We are one of the world’s largest electricity producers in both the future field of offshore wind power and the solar business.
And we have a goal: to be climate neutral by 2040. To achieve this, we are reducing ourCO2 emissions as quickly and as strongly as possible by systematically scaling back or converting conventional power plants. From 2012 to the end of 2020, we have already reduced ourCO2 emissions by over 60%. No other company in Germany has achieved more here in recent years. We are resolutely pursuing this path.
Our employees work together to advance new, innovative technologies and implement highly interesting projects. With its comprehensive “Growing Green” investment and growth strategy, the Group as a whole is expanding its high-performance and green generation capacity. By 2030, it will have an international capacity of 50 gigawatts. More than 50 billion euros will be invested gross for this purpose in this decade.
The American continent, the core markets in Europe and new markets in the Asia-Pacific region are the focus of the approach. The project pipeline is well filled, in all technologies: Offshore and onshore wind power and photovoltaics. In Sweden, we are building Europe’s largest onshore wind farm, and in Australia the country’s largest solar power plant.
Due to the company’s increasing activities in the areas of onshore and offshore windas well as solar energy, RWE Renewables GmbH operates in the two functional units “Unit Renewables Europe & Australia” and “Unit Offshore Wind”. The Renewables Europe & Australia unit concentrates on the expansion of onshore wind and solar energy / PV on the continents of Europe and Australia, while the Offshore Wind unit is responsible for the international expansion of offshore wind facilities.
SeaRenergy is an independent provider of comprehensive services to all stakeholders in the offshore wind industry. We are involved in the entire value chain from T&I concepts to installation, operation and maintenance. Established in 2010, we provide consulting, engineering, offshore marine, QHSE and contract staffing services to the full range of offshore professionals.
Subsea 7 is a global leader in the delivery of offshore projects and services for the evolving energy industry. We create sustainable value by being the industry’s partner and employer of choice in delivering the efficient offshore solutions the world needs. Our offshore operations span five decades and we have successfully completed over 1000+ projects.
Working in all water depths across all energy hubs, our engineering expertise, alliances and specialist technologies enable us to engage early so that our multi-disciplinary teams can design and deliver the solutions that our clients want. We have a strong track record of safe and reliable delivery. Our reputation as a collaborative service provider in long-lasting client relationships makes us one of the most trusted contractors in our market which includes oil and gas and renewable energy.
Our mission at Siemens Energy is to enable our customers to meet growing global energy demand while transitioning to a more sustainable world. How? Our innovative technologies, extensive energy expertise, and ambitious strategy to decarbonize global energy systems are at the heart of our efforts to be a partner and driver of the energy transition. And our top focus areas in ESG, innovation and transformation show how we are shaping tomorrow’s future differently today, for both our partners and our employees.
Shell is a global group of companies that provides solutions to keep people and goods mobile, businesses running their machines, and homes warm and bright. Its portfolio ranges from traditional fuels, lubricants and specialties to e-charging, hydrogen, biofuels, gas and renewables.
In support of the Paris Agreement, Shell has set the global goal to become a net-zero-emissions energy company by 2050, in line with society and our customers. Shell is investing billions of dollars globally in low-carbon energy, including electric vehicle charging stations, hydrogen, renewables and biofuels.
Shell has been present in Germany since 1902, has its German headquarters in Hamburg and today employs more than 3,000 people across Germany in research, production and sales of energy solutions for private mobility and home energy as well as energy and chemical products and lubricants for almost all industries.
The company is successively transforming its portfolio with a view to customer needs in order to drive the German energy transition with sustainable energy solutions. A key element of this transformation is the intention to become a leader in green hydrogen – which is why Shell is a driving force in several green hydrogen projects in Germany, such as AquaVentus.
SOBIS Software is a German company focused on Project Collaboration Management Software for the execution of EPC projects. Our customer portfolio covers many different sectors and industries, such as the energy sector, the chemical industry or metals. We see our responsibility not only in digitally supporting projects and users in terms of communication, collaboration, process support and document management, but also in specifically promoting green projects and thus contributing to climate neutrality.
The Stablegrid Group initiates, supports and implements a wide range of infrastructure projects throughout Europe, particularly in the field of renewable energies. With our specialized companies Stablegrid Engineers GmbH, Stablegrid Project GmbH and Stablegrid Construction GmbH, we are committed to accelerating technological change towards a sustainable future. Our many years of experience in the field of structural infrastructure and civil engineering provide a sound basis for actively shaping the world of tomorrow!
Siemens Gamesa has been a pioneer in the wind industry for more than 40 years. Today, we have more than 26,000 employees working to harness the power of the wind to tackle the greatest challenge of our generation: the climate crisis. With a leading position in onshore, offshore and service, we develop, build and deliver powerful and reliable wind energy solutions. We act globally, think locally and have installed more than 120 GW worldwide. In fiscal year 2021, Siemens Gamesa generated sales of around EUR 10.2 billion.
The STIFTUNG OFFSHORE-WINDENERGIE was established in 2005 to promote environmental and climate protection through improved research and development of offshore wind energy. It has established itself as a non-partisan, supra-regional and independent institution to support OFFSHORE-WINDENERGY in Germany and Europe. The foundation is a communication platform for stakeholders from politics, industry and research, serves to exchange knowledge and sees itself as a provider of ideas. At the same time, it bundles the various interests and represents them vis-à-vis politics, the public, business and science.
The energy transition is the biggest challenge facing the Netherlands. In the future, we want to fundamentally change our energy supply. We are on the way to a sustainable energy supply. This means that we do not want to use fossil fuels in the future and therefore rely on renewable energy sources. Wind energy generated at sea (=offshore) is an essential building block for this.
In the climate agreement, it was agreed to make the Dutch energy supply more sustainable. This reduces CO2 emissions and combats climate change. Energy generated at sea plays an important role in this. To get the green power onshore, a power connection is needed from an offshore wind farm onshore.
THIELE was founded more than 85 years ago and is now one of the world’s leading manufacturers of chain systems with a high depth of added value.
THIELE is an innovative manufacturer of round link steel chains and forged components in the fields of conveying and lifting technology.
Our products find application in the mining of hard coal, for lifting and moving of loads and for conveying bulk material. Our core competencies are the development and forging of failure critical components. The design and optimization of custom specific requirements is done by simulation.
Safety and quality in almost all areas of business and life: That’s what TÜV Rheinland stands for. With more than 21,000 employees, the company, which was founded 150 years ago, is one of the world’s leading testing service providers. The highly qualified experts test technical systems and products around the globe, accompany innovations in technology and business, train people in numerous professions, and certify management systems according to international standards. In this way, the independent experts ensure trust along global commodity flows and value chains.
TotalEnergies is a global multi-energy company that produces and markets energies: oil and biofuels, natural gas and green gases, renewables and electricity. Our 105,000 employees are committed to energy that is ever more affordable, cleaner, more reliable and accessible to as many people as possible. Active in more than 130 countries, TotalEnergies puts sustainable development in all its dimensions at the heart of its projects and operations to contribute to the well-being of people.
TotalEnergies is already developing a portfolio of offshore wind projects with a total capacity of more than 10 GW, of which 2/3 are bottom-fixed and 1/3 are floating. These projects are located in the United Kingdom (Seagreen project, Outer Dowsing, Erebus, ScotWind), South Korea (Bada project), Taiwan (Yunlin project), France (Eolmed project) and the United States (New York Bight project).
Tractebel Overdick is a design, engineering and consulting services provider operating in the offshore and marine industry for 25 years. Overdick covers a wide range of expertise and has been involved in the design of offshore wind farms, OSS stations, converter stations, floating WTs and H2 production platforms. Since 2018, Overdick has been part of the Tractebel Engineering Group, based in Belgium.
With more than 25,000 employees in around 50 countries, TÜV SÜD is one of the world’s leading testing and certification companies. The expert teams have extensive expertise in offshore wind energy and hydrogen technologies. In offshore wind energy, services include testing, inspection and assessment of wind turbines and substations. In the case of hydrogen, TÜV SÜD supports the entire value chain – from production to storage and distribution to application. The interdisciplinary teams enable a holistic approach to complex projects and individual solutions for a wide range of requirements.
Van Oord’s extensive specialized fleet of vessels is a testament to our maritime ingenuity and expertise. Our modern offshore wind equipment keeps us competitive in the fast-growing offshore wind market. The award-winning Aeolus was built specifically for the transportation and installation of foundations and offshore wind turbines, and our cable-laying vessel Nexus was designed specifically for demanding cable installation work. Our heavy lift installation vessel Svanen is the largest crane vessel in the world. Further installation and cable laying vessels are already under construction and will complement our fleet
Vattenfall conducts research and development and technology-based innovation to provide new opportunities to better serve our customers, execute high-performance operations and reduce the environmental impact of our actions. Most projects are carried out in partnership with customers, suppliers and other stakeholders.
With a vision to become the world’s leading provider of sustainable energy solutions, everything we do revolves around the development and deployment of sustainable energy solutions. Every day, our 29,000 employees help create a better world by designing, manufacturing, installing, developing and maintaining wind energy and hybrid projects around the world. With over 157 GW of wind power installed in 88 countries, our sustainable energy solutions have already prevented 1.5 billion tons of CO₂ and contributed to a more sustainable energy system. We have more than 40 years of experience in wind energy and were the first company to reach the 100 GW mark for both wind turbine installation and service. As a result, we believe we have already played a critical role in laying the foundations for the sustainable era and are uniquely positioned to lead the way to a sustainable planet.
Wind energy is our heritage and our core competence. We believe that wind will form the backbone of the sustainable energy systems of the future, and we remain focused on developing solutions that accelerate the energy transition and reinforce Vestas’ continued leadership in wind.
VERBUND is Austria’s leading energy company and one of the largest producers of hydroelectricity in Europe. The Group generates around 97% of its electricity from renewable energy, primarily from hydropower. VERBUND trades electricity in 12 countries and generated a group result of EUR 874m and an EBITDA of EUR 1,579m with approximately 3,200 employees in 2021. With its subsidiaries and partners, VERBUND is active in the generation of electricity, transmission and in international trading and sales. VERBUND has been quoted on the Vienna Stock Exchange since 1988 with 51% of the share capital being held by the Republic of Austria.
Virya Energy is a holding company engaged in the development, financing, construction and operation of renewable energy resources with a particular focus on wind energy.
It was founded in late 2019 by Colruyt Group and its majority shareholder Korys, and currently operates over 1.2 GW of power generation capacity internationally.
Virya Energy owns 100% of the shares in Parkwind, Eurowatt, Eoly Energy and Sanchore. The holding company is designed to advance wind energy technologies by integrating value chains between production, storage and distribution of energy, often including community ownership.