Danpower Group

Biomass heat and power plant in Pfaffenhofen

The Danpower Group

The Danpower Group is a middle-sized heat supplier and contracting company based in Potsdam. Danpower is active in Germany and in the Baltic states. The majority interest of 84.9 % is owned by Stadtwerke Hannover AG (enercity). The corporation has currently about 400 employees and achieved in 2013 a turnover of about 155 million €.

The Danpower supplies customers with heat, electricity and cooling. The customers comprise commerce and industry, as well as the housing industry. The installed thermal capacity of the productive units is about 880 MW and the installed electric capacity around 90 MW.

The Danpower Group develops and implements energy supplying solutions based on modern technologies for a highly efficient heat, electricity and cooling generation. Beside conventional heating plants and combined heat and power stations, the company focuses on the use of renewable energies such as biogas, biomass (wood), and also on the recycling of residual waste.

The experts’ scope of services include client counseling, conceiving solutions regarding the energy supply, design engineering and project management, implementation of energy supply projects (construction and operation) as well as the heat supply to the customers and the heat costs calculation (Heizkostenverordnung).

Foundation stone ceremony for new 25 MW biomass heating plant in Vilnius/Lithuania

On December 10, 2014, the foundation stone for a new biomass heating plant of the Danpower Baltic was laid in Vilnius. As fuel natural wood-chips are used.

Biomass heating plant in Vilnius

Danpower at the Publishers` Night on November 6, 2014

On the evening of November 6 the Presidents of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia recieved the award "Golden Victoria European of the Year".

enercity engaged in Lithuania: Foundation stone laid for new biomass power plant

On Tuesday, October 28, 2014, representatives of enercity, Danpower GmbH, Potsdam, and Geco Investicijos, Kaunas/Lithuania, initiated with a foundation stone laying ceremony the construction period of a wood-fired CHP plant in Kaunas.