Hera


Q1 24: Consistent results driven by the water, waste and electricity segments

14/05/24 -"Despite the 41% drop in revenues, Hera reported a good operating performance with EBITDA up by +1.7% to €417m supported by the water, waste and electricity segments which offset the €30m loss of the ..."

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14/05/24
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