Max Bögl
Max Bögl

Using renewable energies more efficiently and forwarding the energy revolution. This is the principle behind Max Bögl Wind AG with its innovative technology solutions. The company is the market leader in Germany for manufacturing, delivery and erection of hybrid towers for hub heights of 130 meters and above. Thanks to their tall height, the hybrid towers made of concrete and steel ensure significant improvements in terms of efficiency and energy yield. With a hub height of 164 meters, Max Bögl Wind AG holds the record for the highest wind turbine tower worldwide.

Max Bögl Wind AG is also setting new innovative standards in the energy storage industry. With the water battery, an entirely new type of flexible and small pumped-storage power plant has been developed which for the first time combines renewable energies with large-scale storage facilities. The water battery can store surplus power from the grid and the energy can be reused as required. It acts as a short-term storage facility and helps to maintain stability of the grid, while guaranteeing a continuous, uninterrupted supply.

A natural heat storage facility can also be integrated into the lower reservoir of the pumped-storage power plant. Developed by Naturspeicher GmbH, a Max Bögl investment, it supplies the local industry, buildings and residential properties with heat.

Max Bögl Wind AG is an affiliate company of Max Bögl. The corporate group from Sengenthal near Neumarkt in Bavaria is one of the top ten largest German companies in the construction industry, and has been operating in the wind sector since 2010. Founded in 1929, the family-owned company with around 6,000 employees worldwide has an annual turnover of over 1.6 billion euros.

Using renewable energies more efficiently and forwarding the energy revolution. This is the principle behind Max Bögl Wind AG with its innovative technology solutions. The company is the market leader in Germany for manufacturing, delivery and erection of hybrid towers for hub heights of 130 meters and above. Thanks to their tall height, the hybrid towers made of concrete and steel ensure significant improvements in terms of efficiency and energy yield. With a hub height of 164 meters, Max Bögl Wind AG holds the record for the highest wind turbine tower worldwide.

Max Bögl Wind AG is also setting new innovative standards in the energy storage industry. With the water battery, an entirely new type of flexible and small pumped-storage power plant has been developed which for the first time combines renewable energies with large-scale storage facilities. The water battery can store surplus power from the grid and the energy can be reused as required. It acts as a short-term storage facility and helps to maintain stability of the grid, while guaranteeing a continuous, uninterrupted supply.

A natural heat storage facility can also be integrated into the lower reservoir of the pumped-storage power plant. Developed by Naturspeicher GmbH, a Max Bögl investment, it supplies the local industry, buildings and residential properties with heat.

Max Bögl Wind AG is an affiliate company of Max Bögl. The corporate group from Sengenthal near Neumarkt in Bavaria is one of the top ten largest German companies in the construction industry, and has been operating in the wind sector since 2010. Founded in 1929, the family-owned company with around 6,000 employees worldwide has an annual turnover of over 1.6 billion euros.