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|Traded as||FWB: EBK|
|Revenue||€19.24 billion (2012) |
On 1 January 1997, EnBW was formed from the merger of two utilities companies from Baden-Württemberg, Badenwerk AG and Energieversorgung Schwaben AG (EVS). On 16 July 1999 two subsidiaries of the former EVS decided to retroactively merge into EnBW Ostwuerttemberg DonauRies AG (ODR). On 1 October 2003 the merger of EnBW with Neckarwerke Stuttgart AG took place.
EnBW was the main sponsor of football-clubs VfB Stuttgart (2005–2010) and Karlsruher SC. Currently it is sponsor of both clubs on a lower level. EnBW is also name- and main sponsor of Volleyball-Bundesliga-club EnBW TV Rottenburg and Beko Basketball-Bundesliga-club EnBW Ludwigsburg and main sponsor of Toyota Handball Bundesliga-club Frisch Auf Göppingen.
In January 2015, EnBW sold a stake in its Baltic 2 offshore wind park to the Australian investment group Macquarie Group for a fee totalling €720 million, due for completion in summer 2016 and subject to antitrust approval.
The two principal shareholders of EnBW are NECKARPRI-Beteiligungsgesellschaft mbH, with a 46.55% share and Oberschwäbischen Elektrizitätswerke (OEW), with a 46.55% share. The two shareholders agreed to keep the share ratios as they are and to vote in mutual agreement on important decisions.
About 5.4 million customers make EnBW the third-largest utilities company in Germany. With just under 24,600 employees an annual turnover of approximately 10.6 billion euro was generated in 2003. After the first mid-year 2004 19,500 coworkers remained generating a turnover of approximately €5.8 billion.
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- Fossile Altbach Power Station
- Steam power plant Heilbronn Power Station
- Steam power plant Marbach am Neckar
- Turbine power plant Walheim
- Steam power plant Stuttgart-Gaisburg
- Steam power plant Stuttgart-Münster
- Coal and gas turbine plant Rheinhafen-Dampfkraftwerk Karlsruhe
- Neckarwestheim Nuclear Power Plant
- Obrigheim Nuclear Power Plant
- Philippsburg Nuclear Power Plant
- Pumped-storage plant Glems (Metzingen)
- Pumped storage plant Schluchsee
- Hydroelectric power plant Rheinfelden
- Baltic 1 Offshore Wind Farm
- Eyachtal Span: overhead line crossing the Eyachtal (facility 615) (high voltage transmission line with largest span in Germany)
- facility 0704 (disconnected 110kV-three phase AC powerline near Gomaringen)
- facility 9461 (disconnected 110kV-three phase AC powerline near Göppingen)
A further special feature is, that on many powerlines of EnBW, which were built by former EVS before 1985 the aerial cable for telecommunication is installed like a garland on the ground conductor or an auxiliary rope.
- "Financial Report 2012" (PDF). EnBW. p. 3.
- EnBW sells offshore windpark stake to Macquarie for 720 million euros. Reuters, 8 January 2015
- "Shareholder Structure: who owns EnBW". EnBW. Retrieved 11.06.12. Check date values in: