ABO Wind

ABO Wind

Toulouse, Occitanie, France

Team size: 201 - 500

Sector: Energy

About ABO Wind


Founders: Jochen Ahn, Matthias Bockholt

Founded date: 1996

Connect: abo-wind.com

Company stage: Other

Founded in 1996, ABO Wind is now among Europe’s leading developers of renewable energy projects. We plan, build, operate and maintain wind farms, photovoltaic and biogas plants as well as hybrid energy and battery storage systems in 16 countries on 4 continents. More than 700 colleagues contribute towards climate protection and a sustainable energy supply. ABO Wind realises projects with a total annual investment of about 500 million euros. To date, ABO Wind has commissioned turnkey projects with a total capacity of about 1.6 gigawatts and sold another 2 gigawatts during development. We are looking for smart, creative and decisive minds, who are excited about the opportunities and prospects of renewable energies. Our flat hierarchy and interdisciplinary teams enable everyone to make the most of their skills, evolve and cocreate the company’s strategy. Our company culture is all about openness and accountability – amongst each other as well as towards clients and business partners. ABO Wind is globally successful and growing in the fast-paced and dynamic environment of renewables. Our strategy is an early entry in emerging markets, boosted by cooperations with local partners. Internationally, we are looking for motivated staff in France, Finland, Spain, Ireland, United Kingdom, Greece, Netherlands, Hungary, Poland, Argentina, Colombia, Canada, South Africa, Tunisia and Tanzania.

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