List of the 50 largest wind farm EPC companies in Europe [2024]

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Get access to our list of the most important European wind energy EPC companies (like BayWa r.e. AG, Intec Energy Solutions etc.) as an excel file for 149,99€. The list includes all wind EPC companies from our map and 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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This list is an excerpt from our List of the 150 largest renewables EPC companies in Europe [2024].

Description

Wind park EPC companies from Europe

List of 3 wind farm EPC companies in Europe

Wind energy is one of the most important renewable energy sources worldwide and also in Europe. The engineering, procurement and design (EPC) of wind farms is therefore an essential part in fighting climate change. EPC companies oversee and are involved in various different aspects of a projects lifecycle, thereby having a unique expertise in their respective asset focus. This article presents three important wind park EPC companies based and operating in Europe.

1) CJR Renewables (Matosinhos, Portugal)

The portuguese CJR Renewables is a global service provider for renewable energy sources, mainly focusing on wind farms and solar plants. CJR Renewables has been active since the 70s, in 2002 the service provider entered the wind energy business by starting construction on a wind farm in Portugal. As of now, the company has over 12GW of installed projects in more than 25 countries.

Update 2024: CJR Renewables recently finalized a deal with GE Vernova, securing turbines with a combined capacity of 170MW. These turbines are slated for installation in projects located in both Germany and Spain. This collaboration marks nearly a decade of partnership, during which CJR Renewables has successfully installed close to 1000MW of capacity.

2) SOWITEC Group GmbH (Sonnenbühl, Germany)

Sowitec Group is a German renewable energy company based in Sonnenbühl. The company was founded in 1993 and since has developed a portfolio of nearly 4GW of installed capacity. The service provider offers a variety of EPC services, starting with grid connection planning or quality assurance. Moreover, Sowitec is also a project developer and has established close partnerships with renewable energy investors.

3) TM Service Oy (Ylivieska, Finland)

TM Service Oy is a Finnish renewable energy company providing services for wind power, solar power and electricity grid projects. The company focuses on wind energy and solar projects in their homecountry Finnland and is involved all over the value chain, starting with project development, over finance, planning, procurement and construction and finally also the production phase.

Turnkey wind parks from Europe

Using our list to establish new partnerships

Our list offers the possibility to identify potential new customers or establishing partnerships within the industry. Being delivered as an Excel file our lists offer the possibility to filter the data according to your specific criteria. For example, with just a few clicks, you can pinpoint (European) EPC ompanies focused on offshore wind parks with headquarters in Norway. Or German companies offering turnkey wind parks.

Establishing our database

Our team continuously screens transactions and new projects, leading to comprehensive database of European renewable energy EPC companies. Moreover, through our cutting-edge crawler technology, the lists undergo regular updates and expansions multiple times each year. All the entries are accessible in our online database. 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

This list includes all wind EPC companies from our database, all information that is available on specific web pages, and even more data points (like executives). The list includes all publicly available information or data points shared by the companies themselves.

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

Picture Sources: Nicholas Doherty & Sam Cumming via Unsplash, 20.08.2023

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