Electricite de France


Profit warning, regulation and outages: EDF’s tangling again with old demons

14/01/22 -"As part of the cap in electricity retail tariffs in France, EDF is forced to sell 120TWh (vs 100TWh previously) under the ARENH scheme. The expected impact at the EBITDA level is estimated at close ..."

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14/01/22
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