Setting standards – today and tomorrow
Across solar, wind and bioenergy, at BayWa r.e. we r.e. think energy – how it is produced, how it can be stored and how it can be best used.
We are a leading global renewable energy developer, service supplier, distributor and energy solutions provider.
Globally, BayWa r.e. has brought over 3 GW of energy online, while managing over 8.3 GW of assets. Working with businesses worldwide, we are reducing carbon footprints and driving down energy costs.
A leading supplier to the solar distribution market, BayWa r.e. is a preferred partner for thousands of installers. We also have a rapidly growing energy trading business and supply tens of thousands of customers.
Every day we are working hard to find new solutions, push technological boundaries, redefine service standards and actively shape the future of energy and taking a stand against climate change.
We are part of the BayWa Group, a business with revenues of EUR17.1 billion. For over 90 years, BayWa has been providing market leading global solutions within agriculture, energy and building services.
|Employees||2,400 (as of March 2020)|
|Turnover||€1.975 billion (2019)|
|Business areas||Wind energy, solar energy, bioenergy|
Our Asian subsidiaries
BayWa r.e. in Asia Pacific
BayWa r.e. has one of the most experienced renewable energy teams in Asia Pacific and significant local market experience, with offices in Singapore, Bangkok, Tokyo, Perth, Melbourne and Jakarta.
Full on-the-ground technical, commercial and financial capabilities combined with the financial support of a strong parent company make BayWa r.e. the complete partner to deliver results across the Asia Pacific region.
BayWa r.e. in Japan
Japan has been the fastest growing market for photovoltaics since the FIT Program was introduced in July 2012, and its cumulative capacity now reaches 25 GW.
BayWa r.e. is actively pursuing and developing PV projects in Japan, all between 10 and 50 MW. Our experienced team is engaging in site acquisition, land survey, development, acquiring permits, communication with authorities and communities, EPC and O&M.