Renewable energy – a new approach.

Our mission is to make renewable energy even better. Our combined expertise and proactive attitude make us your ideal partner who you can always rely on. From development, realisation and consultation, right through to after-sales support, we are always there for our customers and trade partners. We are continually striving to set higher standards and develop new solutions to meet today’s and tomorrow’s challenges. Making renewable energy even better – for you, for ourselves and for a better future.

Making Renewable Energy Even Better

Making Renewable Energy Even Better

At BayWa r.e. we r.e. think energy – solar, wind, and bioenergy. Our mission is to make renewable energy even better. Not only looking to what comes next, but actively shaping it.

Working with businesses, installers, developers, utility providers, investors and governments throughout the world, we are helping them to realise their renewable energy ambitions through our depth of knowledge and expertise.

Constantly setting new standards and reimagining solutions to how we will meet the world's future energy needs, we are committed to making renewable energy even better for our customers and society.

Subsidy-free solar power

The 175 MWp Don Rodrigo solar farm is the first and largest subsidy-free utility scale photovoltaic plant in Europe. 

Located close to Seville, it is the ultimate proof of being able to produce renewable energy at lower costs than any other form of conventional generation without any government subsidies or state support – the long-anticipated moment when renewable energy achieves grid parity. 

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Self-consumption for Pastores Grupo Cooperativo

In energy intensive industries the potential for renewable energy to reduce costs and emissions is significant. 

In Spain, we’ve delivered a ground-breaking project with the Pastores Grupo Cooperativo – one of the country’s largest sheep farming cooperatives.  

Part of the European Commission’s SCOoPE project, it aims to transfer good practices and energy efficiency to European agro-industries; especially cooperatives. It is BayWa r.e’s first self-consumption commercial and industrial (C&I) project in Spain, and is one of the first for the country.

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O&M Best Practices Mark

The ongoing operations management and maintenance of renewable energy plants is crucial to ensuring they operate at peak efficiency. 

A skilled service provider will make the difference between an underperforming plant and one that achieves optimised outputs and higher yields.

But all service providers are not the same. And in a rapidly evolving market where digitalisation is transforming what service providers can offer, investors and owners of renewable energy plants need to make sure they have the very best partners in place. 

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Milletorp Wind Park

Milletorp wind farm is located within the heart of dense forests, some 288 km South-West of Stockholm. It consists of eleven turbines generating over 66GW hrs of energy, enough to power 13,200 homes.

It was a challenging site and this turnkey project required careful planning, rigorous testing and wind measurement.

Six years after commissioning, it continues to play a vital role in generating green energy to make Sweden one of the most sustainable countries in the world.

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Net Zero Solar, Tucson, AZ

Chad Waits talk about how he and his business profits from being part of our BayWa r.e. installer network. 

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The “Brussels School Project”

Together with BayWa r.e., the Brussels region is forging a new path when it comes to the sustainable energy supply of public buildings.

In the municipality of Woluwe-Saint-Pierre in the east of the Belgian capital, a total of seven municipal buildings in seven different locations are being equipped with solar rooftop installations to help meet sustainability objectives and drive down energy costs. 

It’s a story of collaboration and what can be achieved when committed parties come together to achieve shared goals. Once fully commissioned, the installations will produce approximately 635,000 KWh of green energy per year.

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Solar energy in the Vatican

Vatican City may be the smallest sovereign state in the world, but it is also one of the greenest. It has long been an exemplar for tackling climate change through its approach to renewable energy. 

Thanks to a unique photovoltaic plant installed on the roof of the Vatican Audience Hall, the Papal State has been producing 300 mWh of solar energy every year since its installation in 2008.

The project was planned and managed by BayWa r.e.  with the PV modules, inverters and its installation donated by solar technology provider, SolarWorld.

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