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Open
€23.57
Previous Close
€23.72
Day High
€23.93
Day Low
€23.51
52 Week High
04/2/14 - €29.90
52 Week Low
01/15/15 - €20.90
Market Cap
44.4B
Average Volume 10 Days
2.5M
EPS TTM
€2.12
Shares Outstanding
1.9B
EX-Date
12/15/14
P/E TM
11.3x
Dividend
€1.25
Dividend Yield
5.24%
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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: 04/8/14
Founded in 1946

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edf (EDF) Key Developments

EDF Reportedly Weigh Options for RTE

Electricite de France SA (ENXTPA:EDF)is considering options for RTE Reseau de Transport d'electricite, which could include a stake sale or partial spinoff of the business as soon as in 2015, according to people with knowledge of the matter. The majority state-owned utility has held meetings with advisers about the structure and timing of a possible transaction, which may value the whole of RTE at as much as €5 billion the people said, asking not to be identified because talks are private. EDF hasn’t made a final decision and any deal is dependent on Jean-Bernard Levy, Chief Executive Officer of EDF, is settling on his strategy, and the French government agreeing to the terms, the people said.

Albioma and EDF Sign Bagasse/Biomass Contract for Galion 2 Power Plant

Albioma SA and Electricite de France S.A. have signed the bagasse/biomass contract for Galion 2 power plant in Martinique, France. The contract was signed following approval by the Energy Regulation Commission (Commission de Regulation de l'Energie). This 40 MW facility, situated next to the Galion sugar refinery, which it will supply with process steam, will burn bagasse (sugarcane waste) produced by the refinery. Albioma will also develop new processes enabling the use of other forms of locally-available biomass: sugar cane straw, the unrecovered portion of distillery bagasse, coppiced wood, the non-fermentable portion of green waste and energy crops free from conflicts of use. Ultimately, local biomass should make up nearly 40% of the plant's fuel supply. The necessary additional biomass will be imported in the form of wood pellets from North America and Brazil. The plant is now scheduled to begin operating in the first half of 2017. The contract covers a 30-year period from commissioning. This all-biomass plant will enable local biomass resources to be recovered efficiently, creating significant numbers of jobs in the future fuel supply chain. The new facility will help to decrease Martinique's dependence on imported fossil energy, generating enough frontline renewable electricity to cover 15% of the island's energy requirements. As such, this major project is entirely consistent with the Martinique regional government's climate, air and energy policy framework, and a cornerstone of the efforts to implement France's energy transition Act.

EDF and GDF Suez Win Contract for Delivery of Electricity, Gas to Transports de l'Agglomeration de Montpellier

Transports de l'Agglomeration de Montpellier, or TAM, has awarded a contract to EDF and GDF Suez for delivery of electricity and natural gas. The contract is divided into four lots. The first three lots were awarded to EDF and they are for supply of electricity to tram lines 1, 2, 3 and 4 and supply of gas to two depots. The fourth lot was secured by GDF Suez and is for supply of gas. The term of the deal is 24 months.

 

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