Hamburg, Feb. 15. 2013
Reorientation of Cleanventure AG: Significant Investment in the areas of CHP and gas exhaust treatment systems
Cleanventure AG (WKN 830650), formerly KIMON Beteiligungen AG, acquired and holds a 20% share of MWB Motorenwerke Bremerhaven AG since 12. Feb., 2013
MWB is active sind the 1950's in the areas of engine construction and engine repair for the maritime industry. Providing - in the field of new energy technologies - block type thermal power stations in the power range of 60 to 400 kW (www.mwb.ag) Additionally MWB develops and markets emergency power generators ad is one of the market leaders in the field of complex exhaust gas treatment systems for oversea ships. Their division of classic ship conversion/repair operated till 2012 when it was split off and sold.
Cleanventure AG plans to develop the field of new energy technologies as an important pillar of MWB. Additionally, the sales and distribution of CHP systems and emergeny power generators has been planed for the North American economy.
From 2015 and onwards, emissions of sulphur dioxide must be sutainably reduced in emission control areas as the North and Baltic seas. The business divison of exhaust gas treatment systems will play an important role in MWB's protfolio.
In 2012 MWB yielded a turnover of 44 million euro and an overall performance of about 51 million euro.
Cleanventure executive Charles Habermann: "In the past we have gained extensive experience in the field of CHP technology and have accompanied CHP and biogas plant construction companies onto the stock exchange. It's also planned to take MWB to the capital market within the next 3 years.
Cleanventure plans to strengthen the core area of cimbinged healting and poer (CHP) by continuing our involvement in the field of energy contracting.