innogy can provide the solutions
We ask the questions that shape our future. How does the energy of the future reach us and in what form? Where does it come from? We approach these questions through our three megatrends. Sustainable, decentralised and digital – this is how we will generate, distribute and use energy in the future.
The three megatrends
The energy of the future is green
At the Paris climate conference in 2015, participating countries agreed on a radical departure from the use of fossil fuels such as oil and coal. The international community is counting on the unlimited power of the sun, wind and water. So are we.
We are committed to creating a sustainable energy system for new generations to live in a world worth having.
The energy system of the future is digital
In future, intelligent grids will maintain a stable supply of electricity even at times when the wind doesn’t blow or the sun doesn’t shine. Smart products will make our lives easier every day. New mobility concepts and innovations like blockchain technology are on the verge of a breakthrough and there is a need for new business models.
The new energy market is decentralised
Large-scale power plants will be replaced by increasing numbers of small plants such as combined heat and power plants, communal wind farms or photovoltaic systems on rooftops that supply people with green electricity. Also, increasing numbers of customers will become their own energy producers. There will thus be a greater demand for energy companies to act as energy managers who control this globally connected grid.
From zero to one hundred
innogy is a leading energy company.
Currently, we supply reliable, reasonably priced energy to around 15.5 million electricity customers and 6.2 million gas customers in 10 European markets. We are always at the forefront with the development of smart products and services.
*market position within a country based on the amount of electricity- and gas-contracts (B2C) sold
21.730 million customers
This is equivalent to the populations of Croatia and the Netherlands put together.
Grid and infrastructure
Distribution grids are the backbone of the energy transition. Our distribution grid, which currently spans 5 countries, is one of the most powerful grids in Europe.
We plan, build and operate power plants for generating electricity from renewable sources. Our goal is the rapid expansion of renewable energies in Europe and other parts of the world, through utilising our own strengths as well as cooperating with partners. This way, we can tackle the energy transition together.
3.5 million people
With a generation capacity of 3.9 GW, almost 11 TWh of electricity is generated, which is enough to supply Hamburg and Munich with electricity for one year.