Kelag wants to grow. The Carinthian energy supplier does this not only in Austria but also internationally. Kelag has been investing in renewable energy power plants abroad for about 15 years. It currently operates in 13 different countries with 35 hydroelectric power plants, six wind farms and nine photovoltaic systems. Kelag International currently makes up about 15 percent of the group. “The share will soon be above 20 percent,” says Kelag board member Danny Güthlein. Among other things, two existing projects in Bosnia and North Macedonia will contribute to this. Because Kelag is building wind farms there, which are planned to be operational by the end of 2024 and will produce approximately 140 million kilowatt-hours of electricity. This could feed around 40,000 households.