EnergiequelleTilo Reimann & Philipp SchneiderExperten für Repowering

Tilo Reimann & Philipp Schneider
Energiequelle GmbH


    Tilo Reimann

    My name is Tilo Reimann. Together with my colleague Philipp Schneider, I have been responsible for project purchasing and cooperations at Energiequelle for more than 4 years.

    Before joining Energiequelle, I worked independently in project acquisition and development in various German states. The knowledge I gained from my studies in business administration, as well as my skills in selling and negotiating, were a good basis for this from the very beginning.

    Our task is the identification, evaluation and acquisition of wind and solar projects of any stage. The goal is to secure a long-term development pipeline for Energiequelle through the acquisition of new projects, including old wind farms.

    Our many years of experience and the conclusion of numerous transactions enable us to identify the core issues - especially in repowering - and to focus on them. The topic of repowering is currently on the minds of many wind turbine operators and land owners.

    Due to our daily work as well as our steadily growing experience we know which influences have to be considered especially in repowering compared to greenfield projects.

    Knowing these influences, recognizing them and then incorporating them into an evaluation and elaboration of the best possible strategy for a successful project is our strength.

    We can provide you with structured assistance in deciding whether you, as the operator, would like to remain in the repowering project or whether you would prefer to sell. Together with you, we quickly assess complex situations, raise the right questions and provide answers for the best possible partnership strategy while maintaining absolute confidentiality.

    Mr. Reimann: "The essential driver for a fruitful cooperation, is the clear, transparent and reliable exchange of information".

    Philipp Schneider

    My name is Philipp Schneider and since October 2020 I have been responsible for the area of cooperation and project purchasing at Energiequelle together with my colleague Tilo Reimann.

    I started working in the wind industry while I was still studying at the University of Augsburg and the Technical University of Munich. I was able to take my first steps and gain experience at a renowned and globally active project developer. After working there for a total of almost four years in the area of project acquisition, I decided in the fall of 2020 to switch to Energiequelle and combine my extensive expert knowledge in this area with the many years of experience of my colleague Tilo Reimann.

    Our goal is to identify, evaluate and acquire wind and solar projects of all stages in order to secure a long-term development pipeline for Energiequelle by acquiring new or repowerable projects. Our many years of experience as well as the support of numerous transaction processes enable us to recognize and identify the respective situation as well as the most important core issues within the shortest possible time and to incorporate this knowledge as well as our experience into your projects. Repowering in particular is currently a hot topic for many operators. At Energiequelle, we like to call this complex topic project development squared, because a repowering project is often even more complicated and extensive than a "normal" wind energy project.

    Whether you want to remain in the project as a potential partner or exit it completely - whether it should be a share or asset deal - we at Energiequelle always adapt to your wishes and needs and work with you to develop the best possible strategies for a corresponding cooperation, a sale or other constellations.

    Mr. Schneider: "I welcome every call, every conversation and every idea. Because the most important thing is - and this is often lost in the hectic pace of today's world: In the end, we are all human beings and want to make our contribution to the energy transition with successful projects in the field of renewables."