RWE is a leading utility which is among the largest investors in clean power production globally, as well as a pioneering developer of carbon capture and storage. The BECCUS project at its Amer and Eemshaven plants in the Netherlands, aims to reuse and store CO2 of sustainable, biogenic origin. The project could potentially yield negative emissions of up to 14 million tons per year from 2030, amounting to 7-9% of the total annual CO2 emissions in the Netherlands.

With its investment and growth strategy Growing Green, RWE is contributing significantly to the success of the energy transition and the decarbonisation of the energy system. Around 20,000 employees work for the company in almost 30 countries worldwide. RWE is already one of the leading companies in the field of renewable energy. Between 2024 and 2030, RWE will invest 55 billion euros worldwide in offshore and onshore wind, solar energy, batteries, flexible generation, and hydrogen projects. By the end of the decade, the company’s green portfolio will grow to more than 65 gigawatts of generation capacity, which will be perfectly complemented by global energy trading. RWE is decarbonising its business in line with the 1.5-degree reduction pathway and will phase out coal by 2030. RWE will be net-zero by 2040, fully in line with the company’s purpose: our energy for a sustainable life.