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EVN Group

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Type  Aktiengesellschaft
Industry  Utilities
Founded  1922
Traded as  WBAG: EVN
Headquarters  Maria Enzersdorf, Austria
Number of employees  8,540
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Key people  Peter Layr (CEO), Burkhard Hofer (Chairman 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)
Stock price  EVN (VIE) € 11.81 -0.05 (-0.42%)9 Mar, 5:36 PM GMT+1 - Disclaimer
CEO  Peter Layr (20 Jan 2011–30 Sep 2019)
Parent organization  NÖ Landes-Beteiligungsholding GmbH
Subsidiaries  Burgenland Holding AG
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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. The company also operates in water treatment, natural gas supply and waste management business areas. It is the second-largest utility in Austria.

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.

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. EVN itself owns 12.5% of Austrian peer Verbund.

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EVN Group Wikipedia


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