Independent Power and Renewable Electricity Producers
Company Overview of STEAG New Energies GmbH
STEAG New Energies GmbH generates electricity from waste wood and biomass. It also provides district heating. The company’s services comprise data pool services through virtual control power plant; plant services, ranging from delivery, assembly, commissioning, and maintenance of energy distribution plants to the electrical fitting of industrial buildings for energy suppliers, trade, and industry; and energy management. STEAG New Energies GmbH was formerly known as Evonik New Energies GmbH and changed its name to STEAG New Energies GmbH in June 2011. The company was incorporated in 1961 and is based in Saarbrücken, Germany. STEAG New Energies GmbH operates as a subsidiary of STEAG GmbH.
St. Johanner Strasse 101-105
Founded in 1961
49 681 94 9400
49 681 94 9422 11
Key Executives for STEAG New Energies GmbH
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