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All of the businesses in Uniper’s portfolio have two main missions: ensure supply security and propel the energy transition. We generate power across Europe and trade energy worldwide. We also sell bulk electricity, gas, and heat to industrial enterprises and utilities.
Uniper is an international energy company that operates roughly 22.5 GW of generation capacity in Europe, which ranks us among the world’s largest power producers. We intend for our power business in Europe to be carbon-neutral by 2035, in part by adding 1.5-2 GW of solar and wind capacity by 2025. Uniper is also a global energy trader and a ...
Uniper is more than our equipment and services— it’s a door to a community of peers that makes it easier than ever for seniors to meet new people and stay connected with friends & family.
Uniper was once the largest importer of Russian gas in Europe. As energy prices began to climb in January, it secured €8 billion from Fortum, which had begun a €7 billion takeover for the German...
Uniper SE [ˈjuːnipɚ] is an energy company based in Düsseldorf, Germany. The name of the company is a portmanteau of "unique" and "performance" given by long-term employee Gregor Recke. Uniper was formed by the separation of E.ON's fossil fuel assets into a separate company that began operating on 1 January 2016.
Gas distributor Uniper will receive up to €15 billion ($15.3 billion) from the government after months of Russian supply cuts and soaring spot market prices have brought it to its knees. Uniper...
BERLIN/HELSINKI, Sept 21 (Reuters) - Germany on Wednesday agreed to nationalise Uniper, raising the bill to rescue the gas importer to 29 billion euros ($28.7 billion) amid an escalating energy...
Uniper is a global company, working together as one unified team. Our promise to each other is that we will think BIG— both systemically and collaboratively—always considering the big picture and how our work can and will impact others beyond our immediate and individual needs.
Uniper is Germany's largest importer of gas, and has been squeezed by vastly reduced gas flows from Russia, which have sent prices soaring.