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Change Today -0.145 / -0.50%
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Open
€28.85
Previous Close
€28.95
Day High
€29.10
Day Low
€28.71
52 Week High
04/2/14 - €29.90
52 Week Low
04/23/13 - €15.89
Market Cap
53.6B
Average Volume 10 Days
1.3M
EPS TTM
€1.91
Shares Outstanding
1.9B
EX-Date
06/3/14
P/E TM
15.1x
Dividend
€1.25
Dividend Yield
4.34%
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Electricité de France S.A., an integrated energy company, is engaged in the generation, transmission, distribution, supply, and trading of energies in France and internationally. It generates electricity through nuclear, hydro, wind, solar, biomass, geothermal, fossil fuel, and marine energy sources. The company also manages low and medium-voltage public distribution network; and operates, maintains, and develops high-voltage and very-high-voltage electricity transmission networks. In addition, it is engaged in the commodity trading activities; and provision of energy services, including district heating services, thermal energy services, etc. As of February 13, 2014, the company operated 1,285,000 kilometers of low and medium voltage overhead, and underground electricity lines; and approximately 100,000 kilometers of high and very high voltage networks. It is also involved in supplying energy and services to approximately 28.5 million customers in France. The company serves small businesses, local authorities, and industrial and residential customers. Electricité de France S.A. was founded in 1946 and is based in Paris, France.

154,941 Employees
Last Reported Date: 02/20/14
Founded in 1946

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Total Annual Compensation: €1.3M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2012.

edf (EDF) Key Developments

EDF Group Opens Two New Electricity Generating Sites in UK

EDF Group has opened two new electricity generating sites - West Burton gas power station and Teesside Offshore Wind Farm - in UK. EDF Energy Renewables' Teesside Offshore Wind Farm near Redcar is the first offshore windfarm where the development, engineering and construction have been entirely led by EDF Group companies. Its 27 turbines can produce 62MW of electricity, enough to supply all the homes in Redcar, Marske and Saltburn. EDF Energy Renewables operates wind turbines with a capacity of 462MW and has 1,500MW of projects in development. The power station at West Burton in Nottinghamshire is EDF Group's large single capital investment project in the UK so far and has a capacity of 1,300 MW, enough electricity to supply 1.5 million homes. West Burton gas power station is designed to be an integral part of a balanced energy mix, which can flexibly generate electricity when needed, in conjunction with low carbon energy generation like nuclear power and renewables. To contribute to this mix, EDF Energy has invested around GBP 3.5 billion in the UK over the past three years. These investments include: extending the lives of its 15 existing nuclear reactors so they can safely continue to produce low carbon electricity for longer; preparing for the first new nuclear power station in a generation at Hinkley Point C; building new gas storage facilities Hilltop Farm, Cheshire; and keeping its two coal power stations in operation to help keep the lights on until new forms of low carbon energy are ready to take their place.

EDF and Exelon Finalize Agreement on CENG

After receipt of the approval of the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), EDF has finalized its transaction regarding Constellation Energy Nuclear Group (CENG), on terms in the agreement with Exelon dated July 29, 2013. Under the terms of this agreement, EDF delegates to Exelon, operational management of the five nuclear reactors owned by CENG (spread across three sites in the United States and representing a total output of 4.2 GW). As contemplated by the agreement, CENG has also paid a special dividend of $400 million (approx. EUR 300 million) to EDF, which has been financed by Exelon. Exelon has also granted to EDF an option to sell its holding in CENG to Exelon - at market value - between January 2016 and June 2022. After this deal, EDF will continue to hold 49.99% of CENG, whilst Exelon holds 50.01% and the Board of Directors will continue to comprise equal numbers of Exelon and EDF board members.

EDF And INTER RAO May Reportedly Buy Quadra Stake

Open Joint-Stock Company INTER RAO UES (MICEX:IRAO) and Electricite de France SA (ENXTPA:EDF) (EDF)are interested in acquiring a stake in Open Joint Stock Company Quadra - Power Generation (MICEX:TGKD). Vedomosti reported that EDF and INTER RAO may acquire 85% stake in Quadra from The ONEXIM Group for $570 million. It however, did not report further details.

 

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