The EMEA region includes countries in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. JUWI offers project development, EPC services as well as commercial and technical operation management in the countries mentioned below. Should you be interested in any of these services, we would ask you to please contact the relevant contact persons in the respective subsidiaries.
For the last 25 years JUWI has been developing projects for the operation of renewable energies in Germany. Numerous references for our wind farms and solar plants exist nationwide. In Germany alone, JUWI has installed a total capacity of 2.65 gigawatts (wind and solar). The most outstanding projects include solar park Lieberose (Brandenburg) which is built on a former military training area with 72 megawatts as well as the wind farm constructed near Kirchberg in the Hunsrück region (Rhineland-Palatinate). The wind farm with 53 megawatts is one the largest wind energy projects in the southwest of Germany.
The JUWI subsidiary in Cape Town has been developing wind and solar projects in the south of the African continent for about 10 years. Eleven greenfield solar plants with a total capacity of approx. 375 megawatts have been realized since the first solar project was conntected to the grid in the year 2013. Recently a portfolio consisting of three plants with 86 megawatts each, were constructed for the investor “Old Mutual”. One of the successfully implemented wind projects is wind farm “Garob” with 140 megawatts, which was purchased by Enel Green Power.
JUWI implemented the first greenfield solar project in 2009. Since then 40 projects in total with more than 270 megawatts were developed or realized as an EPC service provider. JUWI built a 204-megawatt solar plant in the north of Greece, in Kozani the capital of the region of West Macedonia, for the Greek energy corporation Hellenic Petroleum. The solar farm is the largest solar plant in the southeast of Europe.
JUWI has been present in the Italian market since 2007. The first JUWI-built solar plant outside of Germany was constructed in Bozen in Italy (South Tyrol). About 60 projects with a total accumulated capacity of approximately 60 megawatts have followed since. The subsidiary is located in Verona, in the north of the country but well placed within all major transport networks.