2G Energy Inc., a subsidiary of 2G Energy AG in Germany, is a renowned CHP cogeneration specialist offering best-in-class cogeneration systems for natural gas, biogas, landfill gas, syngas, and hydrogen in the 50 to 2,500 kW power range. 2G Energy is both an engine manufacturer and a complete CHP system packager of both their own engines as well as a select few engine partners.  2G Energy offers the most efficient and reliable energy solutions because of our highly engineered modular design and focus on making the highest quality product with outstanding service. With over 6,500 2G systems installed worldwide, our customers confirm the quality and performance of 2G products and are the backbone of our international success.

The US headquarters is located in St. Augustine, FL, with regional offices in Maryland, Puerto Rico, and California. Additionally, North America is home to another subsidiary located in Ontario, Canada.   There are service technician’s located throughout strategic locations in the United States and Canada.

What does 2G stand for?

The name 2G originates from  the names of our two company founders Christian Grotholt and Ludger Gausling. Over the years, however, the company’s name more and more reflected the nature of the products sold: 2G - the dual generation of energy: electricity and heat.

About the 2G Energy AG

Founded in 1995, 2G Energietechnik GmbH, is listed as a publicly traded company on the Entry Standard of the German Stock Exchange. The stock was originally launched with the name “2G Bio-Energietechnik AG” and a focus in the manufacturing of biogas cogeneration plants. The strategic position has changed since then to now include a focus on the growing natural gas sector. To reflect this, the company changed its name to 2G Energy AG in 2011.

With 10 subsidiaries represented in 6 countries and over 580 employees worldwide, 2G Energy AG is a financially strong corporation with focus on future growth.

Our Associations

2G Energy Inc. is part of a national framework of federal agencies and associations for the power generation industry. Our goal is to be part of the energy sector’s transformation to decentralized power by sharing our extensive knowledge about sustainable energy and stable power supply.

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