Mainova

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Mainova AG
Type Public (Aktiengesellschaft)
Traded as FWBMNV
Industry Utility
Predecessors Stadtwerke Frankfurt am Main GmbH
Maingas AG
Founded 1 January 1998 (1998-01-01)
Headquarters Frankfurt, Germany
Key people Constantin Alsheimer (CEO)
Petra Roth (Chairman)
Products Electric power
Natural gas
Water,
Services Electric power distribution
District heating
Revenue €1.72 billion
Owners Frankfurt
Thüga
Employees 2,869
Website www.mainova.de

Mainova AG (FWB: MNV6) is one of the largest regional energy suppliers in Germany and supplies about one million people in Hessen and neighboring provinces with electricity, gas, heat and water. It is based in Frankfurt am Main.

History[edit]

Mainova AG was formed in 1998 through the merger of Stadtwerke Frankfurt am Main GmbH and Maingas AG.

Corporate structure[edit]

The energy and water utility has approximately 2,900 employees and posted 2009 sales of €1.66 billion. The largest shareholder of Mainova are the government of Frankfurt am Main with a 75.2% ownership stake of shares and Thüga AG with 24.4% of the shares. The remaining shares (0.4%) are freely floated. The board members are Dr. Constantin Alsheimer (CEO), Norbert Breidenbach, Dr. Peter Birkner and Lothar Herbst. The Chairman of Mainova is city treasurer Uwe Becker.

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Mainova headquarters in Frankfurt 

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