Currently, around one houndred companies, research institutions and organizations are members of the AquaVentus Förderverein.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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.