innogy SE


innogy SE is an established European energy company. With its three business segments Grid & Infrastructure, Retail and Renewables, it addresses the requirements of a modern, decarbonised, decentralised and digital energy world. The focus of innogy’s activities is on offering existing and potential customers innovative and sustainable products and services which enable them to use energy more efficiently and improve their quality of life. The key markets are Germany, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Belgium as well as several countries in Central Eastern and South Eastern Europe, especially the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland. In renewable power generation, the company is also active in other regions, e.g. Spain and Italy. The subsidiary of RWE AG started operations on 1 April 2016. The innogy brand name is a symbiosis of the terms innovation, energy and technology.

Based on the combined financial statements for 2015, the company achieved a revenue of around €46 billion and an EBITDA of €4.5 billion. The company is expected to employ around 40,000 out of a total of around 60,000 employees of the RWE Group once the restructuring process has been completed.


• RWE has successfully planned, built and operated onshore wind farms for over ten years.

• While focusing on organic capacity growth, our key markets for onshore wind include Germany, the UK, Spain, Italy, the Netherlands, France as well as Central and South-Eastern Europe.

• Wind offshore is a key technology for organic growth, too. innogy SE focus markets include mainly the UK and Germany.

• With Rhyl Flats (90 megawatts) and North Hoyle (60 megawatts), we are operating two of the largest offshore wind farms in the UK. Currently, we are building the offshore wind farm Gwynt y Môr with an installed capacity of 576 megawatts off the Welsh coast as well as Greater Gabbard with an installed capacity of 504 megawatts off the east coast of England. The offshore wind farm Nordsee Ost (295 megawatts) of the German coast is currently under construction, too. In Belgium, innogy SE owns a stake in the Thornton Bank wind farm (325 megawatts), which has already come on stream with its first development stage (30 megawatts).

• By using our own installation vessels, we are eliminating an important bottleneck in the construction of offshore wind farms.

innogy SE

innogy SE
Gildehofstraße 1, 45127 Essen