List of the 150 largest renewables EPC companies in Europe [2024]

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Get access to our list of the most important European renewables EPC companies (like Goldbeck Solar, STE Energy etc.) as an excel file for 299,99€. The list includes further information (like executives’ names, contact details, etc.).  The list includes free-of-charge updates and additional entries for one year, sent out via email.

Last update: 15th February, 2024

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List of 5 renewables EPC companies in Europe

EPC stands for Engineering, Procurement and Construction. EPC companies provide comprehensive services for the development, design, construction and often also the operation and maintenance of projects in various industies, one of which is the renewable energy sector. Here, EPC companies play a crucial role in the successful implementation of solar parks, wind farms and more. The following article presents five of the most important renewables EPC companies in Europe:

1. Intec Energy Solutions (Nürnberg, Germany)

Intec Energy Solutions is one of the largest EPC companies in Europe. Since their foundation in 2013, the company has achieved 2.2GW of turnkey solar parks in Sweden, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, Romania and more. Intec offers their services for ground mounted, rooftop, carport, greenhouse or even floating photovoltaic systems. Together with Chint Solar, Intec Energy Solutions is providing EPC and O&M servies for a mutli-project in Italy for the project developer Econergy. The project will have 17MWp of capacity.

2. Bester Generacion S.L.U (Sevilla, Spain)

Bester Generacion is a Spanish ECP company based in Sevilla. In addition to providing project development and operations and maintenance services, the company also offers engineering, procurement and construction services. The company has over 2GW of project experience, mainly in Europe and Mexico. Bester not only has expertise in offering turnkey solar park projects, but also turnkey wind farms.

3. Fortis Energy (Istanbul, Turkey)

The Turkish Fortis Energy is focusing on EPC services and operating and maintaining solar parks in Turkey, the Netherlands, and the Balkans. Since their founding in 2014, the company has worked for 36 projects – mostly solar parks, but also wind, biogas, and other renewable energy sources.

4. Martifer Group (Oliveira de Frades, Portugal)

The Martifer Group is a large multinational group focusing on metal construction and renewable energies. In their renewables section, the Portuguese company focuses on wind farms and solar parks. The Group has developed projects in Europe, Australia, and North and South America.

5. Nordic Solar A/S (Hellerup, Denmark)

Nordic Solar is a Danish renewable energy company with its headquarters in Hellerup. The company develops, builds and operates solar parks and is thereby active all over the value chain. With projects in 12 countries, focusing on Europe, Nordic Solar has established a product portfolio of 1.7 GWp.

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Using our list to gain new partnerships

Our excel lists enable you to filter data based on individualized criteria – for example EPC companies focusing on solar parks in Germany. Or Norwegian-based companies offering turnkey wind farm construction. Our database provide the opportunity to discover potential new customers or to forge partnerships within the industry.

Developing our database

Our extensive database comprises European companies engaged in the EPC (engineering, procurement and construction) of renewable energy plants. The list is the result of our team’s screening of transactions and analysis of new projects. Moreover, our state-of-the-art crawler ensures that the lists is updated and expanded multiple times a year. Every entry in the list is also accessible in our online database. In case we missed an important company, please submit it here.

Included columns in our list

  • Company Name
  • Legal form
  • URL
  • Country
  • City
  • Postcode
  • Address
  • Email
  • Phone
  • Onshore Wind?
  • Offshore Wind?
  • Solar?
  • Hydro?
  • Hydrogen projects?
  • Energy storage?
  • Biomass/Biogas?
  • PPAs?
  • IPP?
  • Management
  • Regional Focus
  • Founding year

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