A difficult year: Harvest 2023
First too dry, then too wet. What about quality and quantity of this year's harvest?Further information
Largest Fruitvoltaic-Project in Europe
On raspberry plantation: green electricity for over 2,800 households.Further information
100 years BayWa - 100 years of the future
For 100 years, we have been doing what we do best: turning ideas into reality.Further information
BayWa Mobility Solutions invites to first Charging NightAn evening full of ideas: Experts discuss the future of mobility.
For the first time, BayWa Mobility Solutions (BMS) and the Forward Concept agency hosted the Charging Night. Experts from the mobility industry and representatives from politics provided important impulses and discussed the pros and cons of new fuels such as Storm, hydrogen, LNG and eFuels.
125 million kilos of apples per seasonMore packing capacity and new technology strengthen production in New Zealand
State-of-the-art, automated and, with 1.7 hectares of roof space, one of the largest of its kind in the southern hemisphere: T&G Global's new packing house in New Zealand. Around 100 million New Zealand dollars were invested in the new facility. With the construction, the BayWa Global Produce subsidiary is doubling its capacities and making itself fit for the future.
730 tonnes less CO2 with HVO100Fossil-free diesel HVO100: Bridge technology for strongly CO2-reduced transports
In January 2022, BayWa subsidiary Cefetra B.V. and its logistics service provider Zijderlaan switched to the fossil-free fuel HVO100 for all journeys within the Netherlands and saved 730 Tonnes CO2-Emission. To sequester the same amount of CO2, you would have to plant 58,000 trees.
"We can change a lot for the better."Interview with CEO Marcus Poellinger on sustainability
Marcus Poellinger talks about sustainability in an interview. What are the major challenges of the future? How are sustainability and climate change changing BayWa's business models? The CEO of BayWa AG answers these and other important questions here.
The Decade that Matters 2.0BayWa r.e. releases study
The representative study explores the biggest obstacles on the way to climate targets and asks about the impact of recent crises on the expansion of renewable energies, according to the assessment of politicians and companies.