Shareholder Structure

As one of Germany's biggest municipal enterprises, EWE is primarily owned by local authorities and municipalities from Northwest-Germany

EWE is a public company which is not listed. The majority of its shareholders are local authorities and municipalities in the Ems/Weser/Elbe region. They are organised in two associations, the Weser-Ems-Energiebeteiligungen GmbH (WEE) holding a stake of 59 per cent in the company and the Energieverband Elbe-Weser Beteiligungsholding GmbH (WEE) holding 15 per cent. Together these associations build the Ems-Weser-Elbe Versorgungs- und Entsorgungsverband. Ten per cent are held by EWE itself. EnBW Energie Baden Württemberg AG will have fully pulled out by the end of 2019. Beginning in 2017, EWE will look for a new strategic partner.

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