2001 Jacobs Energie, BWU and pro + pro Energiesysteme merge and form the REpower Systems Group.
2000 The REpower MD77 with a rated output of 1.5 megawatts – designed for low-wind sites – is now produced in series.
1999 The production of the BWU 48/600-750 starts.
1998 The production of the BWU 1000/57 – first turbine in the megawatt class – starts. The MD70 prototype as largest wind turbine world wide is developed.
1997 The engineering office pro + pro Energiesysteme GmbH & Co KG in Rendsburg is founded.
1996 The BWU-Brandenburgische Wind- und Umwelttechnologien GmbH is founded. Jacobs Energie GmbH and BWU-Brandenburgische Wind- und Umwelttechnologien GmbH sign a licensing agreement to construct the 43/600 type wind turbine.
1995 The project development and operating company Regenerative Energien Denker & Dr. Wulff KG (now Denker & Wulff AG) is founded in Sehestedt.
1994 The first in-house developed 500 kilowatt turbine, later developed further into a 600 kilowatt turbine, is introduced.