Axpo Group reliably produces, trades and sells energy for over 3 million people and thousands of companies in Switzerland and over 30 European countries. About 4200 employees combine the expertise from 100 years of climate-friendly electricity production with innovative power for a sustainable energy future.
The Axpo Group comprises Axpo Holding AG with headquarters in Baden and its subsidiaries Axpo Power AG, Axpo Solutions AG, Avectris AG and Centralschweizerischen Kraftwerke AG (CKW). Axpo is wholly owned by the cantons of Northeastern Switzerland.
Today, Axpo ranks among the leading energy traders worldwide. Our Swiss roots and qualities are highly valued by our international business partners. But the decisive competitive advantages lie in our in-depth expertise in risk management and the close proximity to our customers. The business of tailor-made energy solutions for customers opens up a world of opportunity for Axpo. Which is why we will continue to grow our local presence.
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