Windpower, solarpower and power storage

Welcome to Towii

TOWII Renewables is owned by the Danish energy group EWII and Tokyo Gas. The company wants to promote the green transformation and develop sustainable energy in the form of wind turbines, solar power and electricity storage. We’re based in the Triangle Area with projects all over Denmark – and soon internationally as well.

Solar power

Solar power are becoming more and more important to the green transformation. Their price has dropped drastically over the last few years, and an installation of Solar power can now be run completely without subsidies – even in Denmark. Our projects focus on developing and installing Solar power installations and selling the electricity to businesses. This helps contribute to their green profile and reducing their carbon footprint. Our Solar power products are installed on land, and where possible on large industrial unit roofs.

Wind power

Our focus on wind is on wind turbine projects on land. Onshore wind turbines are a key element in realising the green transition and to become independent of fossil fuels. Wind power in Denmark are highly efficient, meaning we get a large number of productive hours out of each one. When we develop new onshore wind turbine products, a dialogue with the neighbours and the public in general is always high on the agenda.



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Project Developer – solceller

PROJECT DEVELOPER – SOLAR PROJECTS Commercial contractor for green development projects Want to help realise the ambitions and strategies of TOWII Renewables, working right at...

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Offshore wind power test centre

Offshore wind power test centre

TOWII is in the feasibility study stage for a new wind turbine test centre in Hillerup, located between Ribe and Esbjerg. The plan here is to erect offshore wind turbines on which tests of materials and output can be continuously run.

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