EVN Group

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EVN AG
Aktiengesellschaft
Traded as WBAGEVN
Industry Utilities
Founded 1922
Headquarters Maria Enzersdorf, Austria
Key people
stefan syszkowitz (CEO), Bettina Glatz-Kremsner(Chair of the supervisory board)
Products Electricity generation and distribution, electricity and gas trading and wholesale, water treatment, waste management, renewable energy
Revenue €2.752 billion (2009/10)[1]
€187.3 million (2009/10)[1]
€207.0 million (2009/10)[1]
Total assets €6.731 billion (September 2010)[1]
Total equity €3.025 billion (September 2010)[1]
Number of employees
8,540 (September 2010)[1]
Website www.evn.at

EVN Group is an Austrian-based producer and transporter of electricity, one of the largest in Europe having over three million customers in 14 countries.[2] The company also operates in water treatment, natural gas supply and waste management business areas. It is the second-largest utility in Austria.[3]

The company produced in 2006 around 3.45 billion kWh mainly from thermal power plants (68%) and renewable energy (hydro and wind) power plants (32%). EVN Group also distributed 19.2 billion kWh of electricity in Austria (37.9%), Bulgaria (37.95%) and Macedonia (24.15%).

The company also has power generation capacities of 1,450 MW, a transmission network of 1,370 km and a distribution network of 45,000 km. EVN Group is also involved in the natural gas sector having a total network length of 10,100 km.[4]

Less than 14% of EVN Group shares are free float, with the state of Lower Austria holding 51% and German utility EnBW owning over 35% of the firm.[5] EVN itself owns 12.5% of Austrian peer Verbund.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f "Annual Report 2009/2010" (PDF). EVN. Retrieved 3 May 2011. 
  2. ^ EVN Annual Report
  3. ^ Brandt, Nadja (4 March 2009). "Adecco, Adidas, BMW, Bouygues, Vinci: European Equity Preview". Bloomberg. Retrieved 2009-10-06. 
  4. ^ Moody's Report on EVN
  5. ^ "Shareholder structure". EVN Group. Retrieved 2009-10-06. 
  6. ^ "EVN seeks new co-op in Austria's electricity sector, criticizes Verbund". AFX News. Forbes. 1 June 2007. Retrieved 2009-10-06. 
  7. ^ Fernwärme-Transportleitung Von Dürnrohr nach St. Pölten; retrieved 11.1.11
  8. ^ Naturwärme... retrieved 21 January 2011

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