BVB and DEW21 extend partnership early until 2030
In 2020, two real Dortmund originals, Borussia Dortmund and DEW21, came together as part of a premium partnership. BVB and DEW21 have now extended their partnership ahead of schedule and strategically strengthened it: Both partners will pull together until 2030 – as official champion partners.
Everything related to a sustainable energy supply will be the focus of even more intensive cooperation in the future. As part of an energy partnership, DEW21 and Borussia Dortmund will not only provide climate-friendly energy for fans with the two BVB tariffs “BVB VOLLSTROM” and “BVB VOLLGAS”, but will also consistently promote decarbonization in the city. One of the common goals of the energy partnership will be the decarbonization of SIGNAL IDUNA PARK. This is intended to make the most beautiful stadium in the world even more sustainable.
“Dortmund is characterized by a very special local patriotism and we are proud to be a part of it. We look forward to the even closer collaboration with the BVB that lies ahead and the opportunities to engage holistically with such a strong partner for our city and its citizens,” says Dr. Gerhard Holtmeier, chairman of the DEW21 management. “Social initiatives and sustainable projects in particular are a real matter of the heart – for both partners. With the early extension and expansion of the partnership, we have created the planning security to be able to tackle joint projects even more intensively and in the long term.”
Carsten Cramer, Managing Director of Borussia Dortmund, is also pleased about the further collaboration: “With DEW21 we have a very close-knit partner at our side who is familiar with Dortmund’s special identity and mentality and is actively shaping life in our city. It is only logical for both sides to continue on the common path we have already taken and to expand the partnership so that we can become even more committed to the interests of our city in the future – especially with regard to sustainability aspects.”
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