Wolf­tank Group: Strong part­ners­hips yield first results

The Wolf­tank Group (Wolf­tank-Adisa Holding AG, ISIN: AT0000A25NJ6), spe­cia­li­zing in tech­no­lo­gies for energy and envi­ron­men­tal solu­ti­ons, is bene­fi­t­ing from the sys­te­ma­tic expan­si­on of its part­ners­hips. The posi­ti­ve market envi­ron­ment for alter­na­ti­ve energy solu­ti­ons is boos­ting demand for the pro­ducts and ser­vices of the glo­bal­ly active group. Wolf­tank Group deve­lo­ps and imple­ments state-of-the-art tech­no­lo­gies as well as infra­st­ruc­tu­re solu­ti­ons for zero-emis­si­on mobi­li­ty and sup­plies, among others, turnkey modular hydro­gen and LNG refu­e­ling faci­li­ties. Current inqui­ries in this area are at record levels, excee­ding total Group sales in 2021 signi­fi­cant­ly, but also the actual order intake is incre­a­sing signi­fi­cant­ly. In the last few weeks alone, the Group was able to book orders in the hydro­gen and LNG sectors tota­ling around EUR 3.7 million.

Among the latest order intakes in the hydro­gen sector are two pro­jects in Spain: Wolf­tank Group has just won a double tender for the supply and instal­la­ti­on of an elec­tro­ly­zer and a hydro­gen refu­e­ling station (HRS) on the Canary Islands. On the main­land, in turn, an H2 Smart Con­tai­ner — a mobile hydro­gen refu­e­ling station — will be deli­ve­r­ed to a Spanish company. The Group is thus now also sup­ply­ing the Iberian Pen­in­su­la with its hydro­gen pro­ducts. Another H2 Smart Con­tai­ner will soon go into ope­ra­ti­on in the Czech Repu­blic, and in the coming weeks the Group will deliver a hydro­gen bus refu­e­ling station for the Aus­tri­an Postbus. The Wolf­tank know-how is not only used in Europe, but also on other con­ti­nents: In Aus­tra­lia, the Group has just been com­mis­sio­ned with the project plan­ning of a hydro­gen filling station.

“These are some examp­les of our good achie­ve­ments in the recent past. The demand for our infra­st­ruc­tu­re solu­ti­ons in the hydro­gen sector is enor­mous­ly high, even if they will only mate­ria­li­ze into con­cre­te orders gra­du­al­ly — due to complex and lengthy funding, finan­cing and appro­val pro­ces­ses. In any case, the high demand is clear and I expect a further signi­fi­cant incre­a­se in the medium term,” says Peter Werth, CEO of Wolf­tank Group. To avoid any poten­ti­al sta­gna­ting supply chains and to ensure the smooth imple­men­ta­ti­on of major pro­jects, the Group is taking forward-looking mea­su­res as a pre­cau­tio­na­ry step. In order to ensure the incre­a­sing need for liqui­di­ty, the manage­ment is also con­si­de­ring capital mea­su­res depen­ding on the market situa­ti­on, which could range from issuing bonds to a capital increase.

Not only hydro­gen solu­ti­ons, but another inno­va­ti­on area of Wolf­tank Group is also picking up stron­gly. CEO Peter Werth: “The current envi­ron­ment in Europe is cha­rac­te­ri­zed by uncer­tain­ties in energy supply. Many com­pa­nies want to protect them­sel­ves in the short term against any outages. This is where our LNG gas supply repla­ce­ment systems come into the picture, for which we are expe­ri­en­cing an excel­lent order situa­ti­on.” Among others, the Group has recei­ved an order for five LNG gas supply repla­ce­ment plants in Italy and Germany in coope­ra­ti­on with its partner Molgas. This is one of those strong part­ners­hips that Wolf­tank Group has entered in the past year. Others were con­clu­ded with the leading Italian telecom pro­vi­der TIM, with SFC Energy, the Q8 Group and the gas sup­plier Snam, as well as through the acqui­si­ti­on of a 50 percent stake in the Italian company Mares. This has enabled the company to con­sist­ent­ly expand its posi­tio­ning in the rene­wa­ble energy sector.

“The initial results from the coope­ra­ti­ons of the last 18 months show that we have taken the right steps. They can be seen clearly in our order books as well as the requests pipe­line and confirm our stra­te­gy on the way to beco­m­ing a global solu­ti­on pro­vi­der for green energy,” con­clu­des CEO Werth.


About Wolf­tank Group

Wolf­tank Group is a leading tech­no­lo­gy partner for energy and envi­ron­men­tal solu­ti­ons ope­ra­ting world­wi­de. In the field of energy mobi­li­ty and logistics, the Group sup­ports cus­to­mers in more than 20 coun­tries to imple­ment pro­jects in an effi­ci­ent and envi­ron­ment­al­ly friend­ly way. For this, it deve­lo­ps and imple­ments tomorrow’s tech­no­lo­gies to decar­bo­ni­ze trans­port and build the infra­st­ruc­tu­re for zero-emis­si­on mobi­li­ty — such as turnkey deli­very of modular hydro­gen and LNG refu­e­ling faci­li­ties. In the area of envi­ron­men­tal solu­ti­ons, the offe­ring inclu­des due dili­gen­ces for envi­ron­men­tal risks, cus­to­mi­zed ser­vices for soil and ground­wa­ter reme­dia­ti­on, as well as recy­cling. The group’s sub­si­dia­ries in eight coun­tries on three con­ti­nents are managed by Wolf­tank-Adisa Holding AG, based in Inns­bruck, Austria. The share of Wolf­tank-Adisa Holding AG (WKN: A2PBHR; ISIN: AT0000A25NJ6) is listed in the direct market plus segment of the Vienna Stock Exchan­ge AG and in the m:access of the Munich Stock Exchan­ge and is traded on Xetra, the Frank­furt and Berlin Stock Exchanges.

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About Wolftank Group

Wolftank-Adisa Holding AG is the parent company of an international group of companies focusing on the turnkey construction of modular hydrogen and LNG refuelling facilities, environmental protection services for polluted soils, facilities and waters, refurbishment and monitoring of (large) tank facilities as well as full-service engineering services for fuel supply facilities. The company is active worldwide and has various patented application technologies.

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