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    EVN AG: EVN finalises exit from the Walsum 10 coal-fired power plant project

    DGAP-News: EVN AG / Key word(s): Miscellaneous30.09.2021 / 19:02 The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.Today marked the closing for the contracts which finalise EVN's exit from the Walsum 10 coal-fired power plant project. Under these contracts, EVN is transferring its 49% investment - which represented less than 3% of EVN's Group revenue - to the co-shareholder STEAG. The contract for EVN's electricity procurement from this power plant ends at the same time.Follo

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    EVN AG: Business development in the first half of 2020/21

    DGAP-News: EVN AG / Key word(s): Half Year Results27.05.2021 / 07:30 The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.Highlights- Positive business development supports improvement in revenue, EBIT and Group net result- Weather-related higher energy demand in Austria, Bulgaria and North Macedonia- 376 MW of installed wind power capacity as of 31 March 2021- Construction on a biomass combined heat and power plant in Krems; green electricity for 15,000 households and natural heat for up to 30,000 households- Commissioning of the fifth natural filter plant in Petronell-Carnuntum scheduled for winter 2021/22- New general contractor assignment for the modernisation of a drinking water treatment plant in Romania- EVN returns to the ATXKey results- Revenue: +7.6% to EUR 1,284.8m- EBIT: +10.3% to EUR 254.5m- Group net result: +15.3% to EUR 176.0m- Net debt: EUR 929.9m (30 September 2020: EUR 1,037.7m)Effects of the Covid-19 pandemic Due to EVN's integrated business model and broad customer diversification, the Covid-19 pandemic has had only a limited effect on the development of business and earnings to date. Delays on construction projects and investments in the Networks Segment were recovered in part during the first half of 2020/21. However, the international project business has been complicated by national lockdowns, travel restrictions and interruptions in international supply chains. Energy sector environmentThe first half of 2020/21 brought a year-on-year decline in temperatures in EVN's three core markets; in Austria, the temperature-related energy demand also exceeded the long-term average. The markets were characterised by rising prices for base load and peak load electricity, natural gas and CO2 emission certificates during the reporting period. Revenue, EBIT and Group net result above previous yearRevenue recorded by the EVN Group rose by 7.6% to EUR 1,284.8m in the first half of 2020/21. This growth was supported, primarily, by the international project business and, in this connection, the wastewater treatment plant project in Kuwait which started in summer 2020. Network sales also increased during the reporting period, whereby positive factors included the cooler weather in all three core markets and the higher network tariffs set by E-Control in Austria as of 1 January 2021. Contrary factors were lower effects from the valuation of hedges for electricity generation and a decline in revenue from natural gas trading.Other operating income rose to EUR 165.5m (previous year: EUR 41.9m), primarily owing to the effects from the takeover of an additional electricity procurement right. The cost of electricity purchases from third parties and primary energy expenses increased by 2.4% to EUR 568.7m, while a decline in revenue from natural gas trading led to a reduction of the related costs.Developments in the international project business were responsible for an increase of 81.4% in the cost of materials and services to EUR 240.8m. Personnel expenses were 4.1% higher year-on-year at EUR 176.9m. In addition to adjustments required by collective bargaining agreements, this increase resulted, among others, from additional hiring for the wastewater treatment plant project in Kuwait.The share of results from equity accounted investees with operational nature increased to EUR 127.3m (previous year: EUR 61.2m), primarily due to an improvement in operating earnings and changes in the valuation effects from hedges held by EVN KG. In addition to higher earnings contributions from RAG and Energie Burgenland, the improvement was supported by a revaluation of EUR 9.6m to the Ashta hydropower plant based on a reduction of the country risk premium. EBITDA recorded by the EVN Group rose by 37.8% year-on-year to EUR 535.8m in the first half of 2020/21.Scheduled depreciation and amortisation increased by 17.2% to EUR 168.2m owing to the high level of investment and the amortisation of capitalised start-up costs for the project in Kuwait. In connection with the takeover of an additional electricity procurement right, impairment losses totalling EUR 113.1m were recognised to a thermal power plant. EBIT increased by 10.3% to EUR 254.5m in the first half of 2020/21.Financial results improved by 27.8% to EUR -21.0m supported, in particular, by better performance of the R 138 fund. Group net result for the period equalled EUR 176.0m, which represents an increase of 15.3% over the previous year. Solid balance sheet structureEVN has a solid and stable capital structure which will provide a good foundation over the coming years for the realisation of the extensive investment programme in the areas of supply security, a CO2-free energy future and drinking water supplies. Net debt remained constant at approximately EUR 1 bn. Energy. Water. Life. - Developments in the energy and environmental services businessEnergy businessElectricity generation decreased by 3.1% to 2,079 GWh in the first half of 2020/21. Renewable generation amounted to 1,112 GWh (previous year: 1,155 GWh). The share of renewable generation equalled 53.5% during the reporting period (previous year: 53.8%). Wind flows fell substantially below the previous year and long-term average, but water flows were above average. Electricity generation in the thermal power plants declined by 2.4% to 968 GWh due to the lower use of the Theiss power plant for network stabilisation.Environmental and water businessThe continuous improvement of supply security and drinking water quality in Lower Austria represents a focal point of EVN's investments. The most important projects currently in progress include the expansion of the cross-regional supply pipelines and the construction of the fifth natural filter plant in Petronell-Carnuntum, which should be commissioned as planned during the winter 2021/22 based on the current progress of construction.In the international project business, a new contract in Romania was received during February 2021. It has a volume of approximately EUR 12m and involves the upgrading and modernisation of the Gilau drinking water treatment plant to supply the city of Cluj-Napoca. As of 31 March 2021, WTE Wassertechnik had nine projects for wastewater, drinking water and thermal sewage sludge treatment under planning and construction in Germany, Poland, Lithuania, Romania, Bahrain and Kuwait as well as three further thermal sludge utilisation projects in progress in Germany (Halle-Lochau, Hannover und Straubing) through the joint venture with sludge2energy. Investment programme for the coming yearsEVN is planning a far-reaching investment programme for the coming years with annual investments of up to EUR 450m, including roughly three-fourths in Lower Austria. These extensive network investments will protect supply security and support a CO2-free energy future as well as growth in the Networks Segment. Other focal points for EVN include renewable generation (wind power, photovoltaics and biomass) and drinking water supplies. Outlook confirmed for the 2020/21 financial yearUnder the assumption of average conditions in the energy business environment, EVN expects Group net result of approximately EUR 200 to 230m for the 2020/21 financial year. However, the further course of the corona crisis and the resulting macroeconomic effects could have a negative influence on individual business areas at EVN and, in turn, on the development of earnings for the entire Group.The Letter to Shareholders on the first half of 2020/21 is available under www.investor.evn.at.27.05.2021 Dissemination of a Corporate News, transmitted by DGAP - a service of EQS Group AG.The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.The DGAP Distribution Services include Regulatory Announcements, Financial/Corporate News and Press Releases. Archive at www.dgap.de Language: English Company: EVN AG EVN Platz 2344 Maria Enzersdorf Austria Phone: +43-2236-200-12294 E-mail: info@evn.at Internet: www.evn.at ISIN: AT0000741053 WKN: 074105 Indices: ATX Listed: Foreign Exchange(s) Vienna Stock Exchange (Official Market) EQS News ID: 1200930 End of News DGAP News Service

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    EVN AG: Business development in the first quarter of 2020/21

    DGAP-News: EVN AG / Key word(s): Quarter Results26.02.2021 / 07:30 The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.Highlights- Positive business development supports improvement in revenue, EBIT and Group net result- Weather-related higher energy demand in the core markets- Commissioning of the Kettlasbrunn II wind park with 8.4 MW of installed capacity- Start of construction on a biomass combined heat and power plant in Krems with an investment volume of EUR 30m- Expansion of drinking water supplies in the Waldviertel region with the construction of a 60 km cross-regional supply pipeline from Krems to Zwettl- New general contractor assignment for the modernisation of a wastewater treatment plant in Poland- Extensive investment programme in progress for supply security, a CO2-free energy future and drinking water supplies with up to EUR 450m per yearKey results- Revenue: +4.8% to EUR 604.1m- EBIT: +14.4% to EUR 135.9m- Group net result: +12.7% to EUR 93.5m- Net debt: EUR 1,052.4m (30 September 2020: EUR 1,037.7m)Effects of the Covid-19 pandemicDue to EVN's integrated business model and broad customer diversification, the Covid-19 pandemic has had only a limited effect on the development of business and earnings to date. Delays on construction projects and investments in the Networks Segment were recovered in part during the first quarter of 2020/21. However, the international project business has been complicated by national lockdowns, travel restrictions and interruptions in international supply chains.Energy sector environmentThe temperature-related energy demand exceeded the previous year in EVN's three relevant markets - Austria, Bulgaria and North Macedonia - during the first quarter of 2020/21. In Austria, this indicator also topped the long-term average. Increases were also recorded in the market prices for base load and peak load electricity, natural gas and CO2 emission certificates.EBIT and Group net result above previous yearRevenue recorded by the EVN Group rose by 4.8% year-on-year to EUR 604.1m in the first quarter of 2020/21. This increase was supported, above all, by the international project business and, in this connection, the wastewater treatment plant project in Kuwait which started in summer 2020. Weather conditions were also reflected in slightly higher network sales in all three core markets. Contrary factors were lower effects from the valuation of hedges for electricity generation and a decline in revenue from natural gas trading.The increase in other operating income to EUR 137.8m (previous year: EUR 20.3m) is primarily attributable to a non-recurring effect from the takeover of an additional electricity procurement right. The cost of electricity purchases from third parties and primary energy expenses fell by 7.9% to EUR 242.2m in line with the decline in revenue from natural gas trading.Developments in the international project business were responsible for an increase of 74.8% in the cost of materials and services to EUR 115.1m.Personnel expenses were 2.8% higher year-on-year at EUR 87.7m. In addition to adjustments required by collective bargaining agreements, this increase resulted, among others, from additional hiring for the wastewater treatment plant project in Kuwait. The average number of employees equalled 7,152 in the first quarter of 2020/21 (previous year: 7,015 employees).The share of results from equity accounted investees with operational nature amounted to EUR 60.2m (previous year: EUR 29.1m). This year-on-year increase was based primarily on an improvement in operating earnings and valuation effects from hedges held by EVN KG.EBITDA recorded by the EVN Group totalled EUR 333.8m in the first quarter of 2020/21, which represents an increase of 75.1% over the previous year. Scheduled depreciation and amortisation rose by 18.3% to EUR 84.8m, chiefly due to the high level of investment. In connection with the above-mentioned takeover of an additional electricity procurement right, an impairment loss of EUR 113.1m was recognised to a thermal power plant. In total EBIT increased by 14.4% to EUR 135.9m.Financial results improved by 25.9% to EUR -8.0m. Group net result for the first quarter of 2020/21 equalled EUR 93.5m, which represents an increase of 12.7% over the previous yearSolid balance sheet structureEVN has a solid and stable capital structure which will provide a good foundation over the coming years for the realisation of the extensive investment programme in the areas of supply security, a CO2-free energy future and drinking water supplies. Net debt remained constant at approximately EUR 1 bn.Energy. Water. Life. - Developments in the energy and environmental services businessEnergy businessElectricity generation totalled 1,047 GWh in the first quarter of 2020/21. Renewable generation was 4.3% lower year-on-year at 543 GWh (previous year: 544 GWh). The share of renewable generation rose to 51.9% during the reporting period (previous year: 49.7%). Wind flows fell below the previous year and long-term average, but water flows were above average. Electricity generation in the thermal power plants declined by 8.3% to 504 GWh, primarily due to a reduction in the use of the Walsum 10 power plant.Environmental and water businessThe continuous improvement of supply security and drinking water quality in Lower Austria represents a focal point of EVN's investments. The most important projects currently in progress include the construction of the fifth natural filter plant in Petronell-Carnuntum and the expansion of the cross-regional supply pipelines.In the international project business, a general contractor assignment was received in November 2020 for the modernisation of a wastewater treatment plant in Poland (contract value: approximately EUR 11m). As of 31 December 2020, WTE Wassertechnik had nine projects for wastewater treatment and thermal sludge utilisation under planning and construction in Germany, Poland, Lithuania, Romania, Croatia, Bahrain and Kuwait as well as three further thermal sludge utilisation projects in progress in Germany through sludge2energy.Medium-term investment planEVN is planning a far-reaching investment programme for the coming years with annual investments of up to EUR 450m, including roughly three-fourths in Lower Austria. These extensive network investments will protect supply security and support a CO2-free energy future as well as growth in the Networks Segment. Other focal points include renewable generation (wind power, photovoltaics and biomass) and drinking water supplies. The first quarter of 2020/21 also saw the start of construction on a biomass combined heat and power plant in Krems that will produce 5 MW of electrical and 15 MW of thermal generation and supply green electricity for 15,000 households and natural heat for up to 30,000 households. Commissioning is scheduled for the first calendar quarter of 2023.Outlook confirmed for the 2020/21 financial yearUnder the assumption of average conditions in the energy business environment, EVN expects Group net result of approximately EUR 200 to 230m for the 2020/21 financial year. However, the further course of the corona crisis and the resulting macroeconomic effects could have a negative influence on individual business areas at EVN and, in turn, on the development of earnings for the entire Group.The Letter to Shareholders on the first quarter of 2020/21 is available under www.investor.evn.at.26.02.2021 Dissemination of a Corporate News, transmitted by DGAP - a service of EQS Group AG.The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.The DGAP Distribution Services include Regulatory Announcements, Financial/Corporate News and Press Releases. Archive at www.dgap.de Language: English Company: EVN AG EVN Platz 2344 Maria Enzersdorf Austria Phone: +43-2236-200-12294 E-mail: info@evn.at Internet: www.evn.at ISIN: AT0000741053 WKN: 074105 Indices: ATX Listed: Foreign Exchange(s) Vienna Stock Exchange (Official Market) EQS News ID: 1171166 End of News DGAP News Service