Full power for the future

We invest in modern and sustainable energy generation

The energy generation of the future is sustainable, climate-neutral and decentralised. Since 2009, we have invested around Euro 730 million to further expand our renewable energies generation capacities and in project development. Here, we are focusing on onshore wind power, using biomass and waste to generate electricity and heating energy and biomethane production. We have installed renewable energies electricity capacities of 426 megawatts, of which 196 megawatts from wind power. With our partners Juwi and Windwärts, we are ideally positioned in the project development and operations management businesses. In the 2017 financial year alone, we connected renewable energies plants with capacities of 411 megawatts to the grid.

Competence in generating electricity from waste
We demonstrate our all-round competence in the ecological disposal of waste and biomass at our power plants in Mannheim, Offenbach, Leuna, Königs Wusterhausen and Flörsheim-Wicker. We are also successful in the British market. In south-west England, we operate a state-of-the-art energy from waste plant with heat extraction. Our biomass power plant with CHP capability at Ridham Dock to the east of London works exclusively with waste timber and non-recyclable timber from regional stocks. Not only that, in the Scottish city of Dundee we have taken over operations management at an existing energy from waste plant on behalf of our municipal customers and are building a new cutting-edge plant in the direct vicinity.

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13. May 2020 | MVV

2020 remains a special year for MVV

Mannheim energy company MVV posts strong half-year earnings – MVV CEO Dr. Müller: “We have the right strategy and are making progress in implementing it” – Coronavirus pandemic also set to leave its mark on the energy industry – Forecast slightly red…
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02. April 2020 | MVV

First State Investments: Long-term partnership with MVV

  • First State Investments acquires 45.1 percent of the Mannheim-based energy company MVV from the previous shareholders EnBW and RheinEnergie
  • Supporting the strategy geared to sustainable growth, decarbon…
Annual GeneMVV CEO Dr. Georg Müller during his speech in Mannheim's Rosengarten
13. March 2020 | MVV

Climate protection is MVV’s mainstay

Mannheim energy company upheld its sustainable growth course in 2019 – CEO Dr. Müller questions exit terms for hard coal and calls for further expansion in renewable energies