RENAWELL ENERGY INVESTMENTS

Renawell Energy Investments GmbH  is the asset development arm of  ERIH Holding for the utility scale wind power generating projects in the countries which are regulated, poor in renewable installations and covered with barriers in project financing . In such countries, Renawell manages and performs all development activities required to bring its projects from conception through completion, including siting, environmental permitting, securing transmission, contract negotiations and arranging project financing.

On the strength of our successful development of numerous wind power plants, Renawell offers impressive prerequisites for investment. We also offer all project requirements from one source. In this way, we create the ideal prerequisites for capital market participants, such as financial investors, banks, pension funds, fund originators and large individual investors.

 

Renawell’s success results from the strength of its people and partners. Since the early days of deregulation in the European power industry, our team members have been developing electricity generating projects domestically and internationally. Collectively our people have secured over $3 billion in debt and equity project financing on three continents. We’ve commercialized wind technology, privatized energy producers, restructured utility transactions, and helped major utilities divest their assets.

18

Years

Experience

Projects

11

Online

916

MWs 

Under Development

3/16

Continents

Countries

OUR TEAM

Over the past 25 years, our team has built a reputation on successfully completing large remediation projects.

With its resolutely entrepreneurial culture, Renawell encourages initiative, independence and creativity. Management structures are horizontal and decisions are made collectively. Governance is structured around various committees which include the founder members, the minority institutional shareholder, the Executive Directors of Business Units and support functions and the Directors of subsidiaries.