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EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG
With a workforce of around 27,000 employees, EnBW is one of the largest energy supply companies in Germany and Europe. It supplies electricity, gas and water together with infrastructure and energy-related products and services to around 5.5 million customers. In the course of its transformation from a conventional energy supplier to a sustainable infrastructure group, increasing renewable energy capacity and expanding distribution and transmission grids for electricity and gas are cornerstones of the company’s growth strategy and the focus of its investment spending. Between 2023 and 2025, EnBW plans gross investment of around 14 billion euros, largely in accelerating the pace of the energy transition. By the end of 2025, renewables are set to account for more than half of EnBW’s generation portfolio. The aim is to phase out coal by the end of 2028. These are key milestones on the company’s way to achieving climate neutrality by 2035.
Allianz Capital Partners
Allianz Capital Partners Allianz is a FUELLA investor and will be entitled to invest in FUELLA’s future green ammonia and power-to-X projects. Allianz Capital Partners is one of the Allianz Group’s asset managers for alternative equity investments and part of Allianz Global Investors. Allianz Capital Partners manages over 56 billion euros* in alternative assets for the Allianz Group and third-party investors. The investment focus is on private equity, infrastructure and renewable energy. The investment strategy aims to generate attractive, long-term and stable returns for our clients.
*As of March 31, 2023
Casale has been selected as the licensor and EPC contractor for Europe’s first large-scale green ammonia plant, located in Skipavika, Vestland County, Norway.
Casale will harness its cutting-edge technologies, extensive expertise, and EPC capabilities to contribute to an ambitious endeavor: the establishment of an industrial-scale green ammonia plant that will position sustainability at the forefront of Europe’s priorities.
With more than 100 years of history and an unwavering commitment to contribute to a more sustainable future and to shape a greener planet by providing eco-conscious plants, Casale operates globally as a front leader in the energy transition and as a key player in the sustainable transformation of the chemical and energy industry supporting customers in their journey from traditional to green with innovative technologies and concrete solutions.
Renowned as a global provider of integrated technologies for the production of fertilizers and other base chemicals and thanks to its comprehensive technology portfolio, Casale stands as one of the distinguished licensors capable of delivering the complete production chain encompassing nitrogenous and phosphate fertilizers (Ammonia, Urea, Nitric Acid, Nitrates, and Phosphates), in addition to Melamine, Methanol, and Syngas.
The portfolio further encompasses eco-conscious technologies designed to curtail the environmental impact by reducing the carbon footprint inherent in chemical synthesis, such as the production of green/blue ammonia, methanol, and hydrogen. Within its extensive range of solutions, Casale provides both for plant retrofits and modernization (revamping) and for new plants, underpinned by a comprehensive range of services and products. Boasting a workforce exceeding 400 professionals, Casale is a privately held Swiss company headquartered in Lugano, Switzerland, supported by a global network of representative offices and agents.
SKIPAVIKA TERMINAL AS
Skipavika Terminal AS is FUELLA’s local development partner and provides the site for the first green ammonia flagship plant.
Localised in proximity to a major shipping and offshore hub in the Mongstad basin, the industrial park offers service, maintenance and storage towards offshore installations and vessels. Skipavika is a maritime cluster in the offshore related bulls eye. Companies will be established here on a complementary basis.
The location is within short distance to Mongstad, Florø and Bergen. The total area is ~ 100 acres large, with a 1,5 km shore line.