Award as “Low Carbon Model Company of the Year”
We are very proud of our roots, which reach back more than 150 years. They include three extremely traditional and well-known German companies that shaped environmental and power plant technology from a very early stage: L. & C. Steinmüller GmbH, Deutsche Babcock Anlagen GmbH and Noell KRC Energie- und Umwelttechnik GmbH. For us, these roots and the merger of these companies together represent origin, character and obligation: We will never stop advancing the development of our technologies, and we will always remain an absolutely reliable partner to our customers.
1824 – Foundation of the Noell forge in Wurzburg (D).
1874 – Foundation of the steam boiler factory “L. & C. Steinmüller” by Lebrecht and Carl Steinmüller in Gummersbach (D). Construction of the first Steinmüller boiler, which is now displayed in the Deutsches Museum in Munich (D).
1898 – Foundation of Deutsche Babcock & Wilcox Dampfkessel AG in Oberhausen (D).
1974 – Commissioning of the first waste incineration plant in Göppingen (D). Commissioning of the first special waste incineration plant with rotary furnace in Bürrig (D).
1985 – Commissioning of the first industrial SCR flue gas cleaning plant in Europe, in Altbach (D).
1993 – Use of Europe’s first Inconel cladding in a waste incineration plant in Burgkirchen (D).
1994 – Use of the world’s first water-cooled grate surface in an Energy from Waste (EfW) plant in Horgen (CH).
1999 – Merger of L. & C. Steinmüller GmbH and Deutsche Babcock Anlagen GmbH to form Babcock Borsig Power Environment GmbH.
2000 – Takeover of Noell KRC Energie- und Umwelttechnik GmbH. Delivery of the first four flue gas desulphurisation plants erected in China in the power plant sector.
2002 – Takeover of business activities by Fisia Italimpianti S.p.A., foundation of Fisia Babcock Environment GmbH as a successor company to Babcock Borsig Power Environment GmbH. Shareholders are Fisia Italimpianti S.p.A. (Genova, IT) and Babcock Borsig Power Systems GmbH (Oberhausen, D)
2003 – Fisia Italimpianti S.p.A. becomes sole shareholder of Fisia Babcock Environment GmbH.
2004 – Use of Europe’s first fully cladded combustion chamber in a newly constructed EfW in Aarhus (DK).
2006 – Foundation of Steinmüller International GmbH
2008 – Impregilo International Infrastructures N.V. becomes sole shareholder of Fisia Babcock Environment GmbH. Foundation of the subsidiary Fisia Babcock Engineering Consulting Co. Ltd. in Shanghai/China.
2009 – Commissioning of the first turbine with an electrical output > 120 MW in a waste incineration plant in Naples (IT).
2012 – Commissioning of the largest waste incineration plant in Germany with 1,000 t/d throughput in one line in Berlin-Ruhleben (D).
2014 – Fisia Babcock Environment becomes part of Nippon Steel & Sumikin Engineering Co. Ltd. Company renamed Steinmüller Babcock Environment GmbH.
2015 – Foundation of the Polish assembly company Steinmüller Babcock Montaz as 100% subsidiary of Steinmüller Babcock Environment GmbH.