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Soltec Signs Solar Trackers Supply And Construction Deal For 142 MW In Spain With Endesa
Endesa Confirms 2021 Guidance
Endesa Q1 Net Profit Down 41.8% At 491 Mln Euros YoY
Endesa SA is a Spain-based holding company engaged in the business of electricity and gas generation, distribution, and sale, as well as related services. Its segments include Generation, along with Supply; Distribution, and Structure, including the balances and transactions of holding companies and financing companies. It is engaged in electricity business in its industrial and commercial areas. It is also engaged in the exploitation of primary energy resources; the provision of industrial services, particularly in the areas of telecommunications, water and gas, and investing in other companies. It generates, distributes and sells electricity mainly in Spain and Portugal. It also supplies electricity and gas to other European markets, in particular Germany, France, Belgium and the Netherlands, from its platform in Spain and Portugal. It is engaged in supplying value added services and products to customers. It distributes electricity to the consumption points.
Ribera del Loira, 60
Juan Sanchez Calero Guilarte
Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Jose Damian Bogas Galvez
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Vice Chairman of the Board
Francisco Borja Acha Besga
General Secretary to the Board of Directors and General Manager - Legal Counsel and Corporate Affairs
Pablo Azcoitia Lorente
General Manager - Media
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* Spain approves cap on windfall profits of hydro, nuclear plants
Europe's biggest utility Enel bumped up spending on its green energy and networks businesses in the first quarter as it seeks to accelerate efforts to cut its carbon footprint.
Europe's biggest utilities Enel and Iberdrola saw the clean energy transition coming decades ago when others baulked at the high cost of producing energy from the sun and wind and instead stuck with coal and oil.
Italian utility Enel said net profit rose 9% last year, beating expectations as it presses ahead with plans to expand its green energy and networks businesses and cut carbon emissions.
Power group Iberdrola is asking for European pandemic recovery funds to support 21 billion euros ($25 billion) worth of Spanish clean energy projects it hopes could boost a battered economy and bolster a global drive to curb carbon emissions.
Spanish competition watchdog CNMC said on Thursday it had launched a preliminary antitrust investigation into Spain's power utility Endesa, a subsidiary of Italy's Enel.
Europe's biggest utility Enel will spend 160 billion euros ($190 billion) over the next 10 years to become a green "super major" and make the company carbon-free by 2050.
Investors are pushing major European companies to make sure the "missing" costs of climate change are properly reflected in their financial statements, a move that could wipe billions of dollars off the value of sectors from energy to aviation.
Italy's Enel is set to be the first of Europe’s big utilities to launch new digital banking services this month that will allow customers to open a current account with a debit card to pay energy bills and access other financial services.
Portugal's latest auction of contracts to build and operate new solar energy capacity set a world record for the lowest price of future output, the Environment Minister Joao Pedro Matos Fernandes said on Wednesday.
Latin American fibre optic network company Ufinet, owned by Enel and private equity firm Cinven, has made a non-binding offer for the fibre unit of Brazil's Oi, two sources familiar with the matter said.
Europe's biggest utility Enel <ENEI.MI> trimmed its guidance for the year on Wednesday citing currency effects, after posting a slight increase in earnings in the first half to beat expectations.
Europe's biggest utility Enel trimmed its guidance for the year on Wednesday citing currency effects, after posting a slight increase in earnings in the first half to beat expectations.
Spanish utility Endesa SA on Tuesday posted a 45% jump in first-half net profit buoyed by savings after reaching a collective-bargaining agreement with staff.
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Europe’s biggest utility Enel is set to launch a green hydrogen business next year to speed up its plans to become a carbon-free power producer by 2050.
The Paris commercial court on Wednesday ordered French state-controlled utility EDF to accept the suspension of supply contracts with energy major Total.
French energy group Total <TOTF.PA> said on Monday it had agreed to buy up a large customer portfolio from Energías de Portugal <EDP.LS> and two of EDP's gas-fired combined cycle power plants in Spain, making it a leading player in the Iberian market.
Securities analysts revised their ratings and price targets on several European companies, including Ambu, BB Biotech and Wirecard, on Wednesday. HIGHLIGHTS * Ambu A/S : JP Morgan cuts to neutral from overweight * BB Biotech AG : Baader Helvea raises to add from reduce *...
Italy's biggest utility Enel suffered no significant impact from the coronavirus crisis in the first quarter, adding on Wednesday that its core earnings had risen by more than forecast.
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