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DEUTZ AG Annual Report 2021

For a better tomorrow

DEUTZ technologies help to protect the climate and our waters and to provide a supply of power in difficult circumstances.

Award-winning sustainability

In November 2021, DEUTZ subsidiary Torqeedo and its partners Excess Catamarans and ZF Group won the Boat Builder Award in the ‘collaborative solution’ category. Torqeedo and ZF’s new Deep Blue 50 kW drive, powering a 15-foot Excess catamaran, won plaudits at the Metstrade Show in Amsterdam, the world’s largest trade exhibition for marine equipment. The project is part of Groupe Beneteau’s global sustainability strategy, which aims to reduce the French boat builder’s carbon footprint by relying more on hybrid and fully electric drives. The electric drives from global market leader Torqeedo help to protect the climate and our waters, and are finding more and more customers worldwide.

DEUTZ gensets safeguard power supply

Mobile gensets have helped to safeguard local power supply in Burkina Faso and in flood-hit areas of Germany. In the West African country, a DEUTZ genset is supplying power to the Burkina Faso Institute of Technology until a photovoltaic system with greater capacity is installed. Thanks to the genset, classes can continue in the institute’s educational facilities.

In the flood-hit areas of Germany, DEUTZ joined forces with DEMTECH, one of its dealers, and its customer VISA to organize electricity generators and pumps. In mid-July 2021, parts of Germany experienced flash floods and extensive flooding due to persistent heavy rain, which caused gas, electricity, and water supplies to be cut.

Emergency flood aid: The Federal Agency for Technical Relief and DEUTZ load up gensets produced by the engine manufacturer.