EOAN.DE - E.ON SE

XETRA - XETRA Delayed price. Currency in EUR
10.10
+0.12 (+1.22%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous close9.98
Open10.00
Bid10.16 x 130100
Ask10.17 x 267700
Day's range9.92 - 10.21
52-week range7.60 - 11.56
Volume16,232,163
Avg. volume13,929,309
Market cap26.334B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.79
PE ratio (TTM)28.45
EPS (TTM)0.35
Earnings date12 Aug 2020
Forward dividend & yield0.46 (4.61%)
Ex-dividend date29 May 2020
1y target est10.33
  • EQS Group

    E.ON SE: E.ON shows strength and reliability in crisis

    DGAP-News: E.ON SE / Key word(s): AGM/EGM/Dividend 28.05.2020 / 12:00 The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement. E.ON shows strength and reliability in crisis * Company's first virtual Annual Shareholders Meeting * Strategic and operating targets for 2019 financial year achieved * Dividend of 46 cents per share proposed * Good start to 2020 financial year * Corona's implications cannot yet be fully assessed based on first quarter * E.ON CEO Teyssen advocates fast track for green electricity and cost relief for customers Essen-based energy company E.ON can look back on a strategically and operationally successful 2019 financial year. "We achieved all our strategic and operating targets. The focus on energy networks and customer solutions gives the new E.ON a robust business model. Our customers and shareholders can fully rely on E.ON, especially in a time of crisis," E.ON SE's CEO Johannes Teyssen said at the company's first virtual Annual Shareholders Meeting. Teyssen addressed shareholders via a webcast. The meeting was originally to be held in Essen. The COVID-19 pandemic rendered this impossible. Teyssen emphasized that health and safety are paramount in these unusual times.The virtual format ensures that E.ON's shareholders can, as usual, pose questions to the Management Board that are answered during the course of the meeting. Voting is online as well. Resolutions adopted in this way are fully valid.innogy takeover concludes E.ON's corporate transformationThe crisis makes E.ON's high degree of stability and reliability particularly apparent, Teyssen said: "The COVID-19 crisis reaffirms my conviction that the new E.ON is on the right course. After the innogy takeover, about 80 percent of our earnings are generated in regulated or quasi-regulated businesses, particularly in the network business. The corporate transformation to create the new E.ON by focusing on two growth businesses-energy networks and customer solutions-began in 2014 and was now brought to a strategic conclusion. I'm confident that we'll leverage the resulting synergies that we announced. This will reduce our controllable costs significantly: by about €740 million annually from 2022 onward."Strategic and operating targets for 2019 achievedIn the 2019 financial year, E.ON grew its sales to €41.5 billion (prior year: €30.1 billion), thereby again improving its results year on year. The more than €10 billion increase is primarily attributable to the acquisition of a majority stake in innogy in September 2019. Adjusted EBIT rose significantly to €3.2 billion (€3 billion). Adjusted net income of €1.5 billion was at the prior-year level.Dividend to increase againTeyssen reaffirmed the E.ON SE Management Board and Supervisory Board's dividend proposal: "I told you at our last Annual Shareholders Meeting that E.ON will become progressively stronger, more calculable, more predictable. That's precisely what the innogy takeover has done. And so we're standing by the dividend promise we made in conjunction with it. As announced last year, today we propose that our shareholders adopt a resolution to pay a dividend of 46 cents per share for the 2019 financial year, following 43 cents per share for the prior year. That's the fourth consecutive increase. We're thus maintaining our policy of paying an attractive dividend. And we continue to plan to increase the dividend by up to 5 percent annually over the next three years."Business model resilient in corona pandemicTeyssen emphasized that from today's perspective E.ON's business is resilient, including with regard to the corona pandemic. He added, however, that the pandemic has not left E.ON unaffected either; neither its future course nor the scope of its economic repercussions can be fully foreseen. E.ON is therefore monitoring the related risks very carefully and reviewing its assumptions on a regular basis. E.ON's statements about the remainder of the current financial year are cautious. The company nevertheless still anticipates that its adjusted EBIT and adjusted net income will be inside the forecast range. This factors in the measures already taken to combat COVID-19 but not adverse impacts from the remainder of the years that are today not apparent.Good start to 2020 financial yearThe first quarter of 2020 offered little evidence of the pandemic and its implications. Only the final three weeks of the first quarter were affected by the lockdown measures in the markets where E.ON operates. The E.ON Group's sales for the first three months of the year increased from €9.1 billion to €17.7 billion. Adjusted EBIT rose by €285 million to just under €1.5 billion. Adjusted net income was up slightly to €691 million.Climate protection remains most important challengeTeyssen stressed that E.ON, despite the corona crisis, will continue to do everything it can to combat climate change and foster a technologically advanced, customer-centric, and climate-friendly energy system. E.ON has made its own climate targets more ambitious. Teyssen said: "The new E.ON leads by example. We're going to reduce our carbon footprint by 75 percent by 2030 and be carbon-neutral by 2040. In 2019 we partnered with our customers to avoid more than 100 million metric tons of carbon emissions. We're moving forward here too: as a partner in the transition toward a zero-emission society."He reaffirmed E.ON's planned investments in critical infrastructure for the energy transition and reiterated the company's commitment to make available an additional €500 million in investments for projects with customers to promote a better energy system and climate protection. "We want to do our part to spur economic recovery after the crisis. We see interesting and promising projects with our customers in areas like the digital economy and eMobility, to which we want to provide additional support. We believe that accelerating the modernization of environmentally friendly energy infrastructure is a particularly effective way to combine climate protection and local job creation. In addition to our already planned investments, we intend to make available €0.5 billion more over the medium term for these technologies of the future," Teyssen said.Reduce costs for customers, accelerate planning processesTeyssen reiterated his call to make green electricity cheaper and thus to propel the energy transition and reduce costs for consumers. "Germany's funding scheme for renewables is no longer tenable. Neither from an economic nor from a social perspective. The crisis is now making the long-recognized inadequacies of Germany's Renewable Energy Act even more apparent. That's why I advocate to permanently cap Germany's renewables levy at a maximum of 5 cents per Kilowatt hour and permanently reduce its electricity tax to the EU's minimum rate of 0.05 cents per Kilowatt hour. A family that consumes just over 3,500 Kilowatt hour per year would experience savings of more than €200 on a gross basis. The owner of a bakery business that consumes 50,000 to 60,000 Kilowatt hour per year would save up to €3,000. Medium-sized enterprises would benefit even more. There's now been movement in the policy debate on Germany's electricity tax and the renewables levy. That's good but can only be a start."Over the medium term, the decline in these revenues should be replaced by the revenues from Germany's new effective carbon tax. This, Teyssen said, would enhance the incentives for the transition to green electrification. It would promote more investment in sustainability across all sectors of the economy, from mobility to industry. It would also improve the energy infrastructure in cities and communities. In addition, Teyssen called for Germany's planning and consents processes to be revamped: "It's unacceptable that these processes can last more than five years, like they do today. Germany needs to set a maximum duration for them. This would make the modernization of Germany's infrastructure competitive. This also means that Germany needs to reexamine the cherished right to participate in such processes and to file lawsuits against projects. A limit needs to be set here as well. Because our society must face the future after corona with all its strength and without getting in its own way."This press release may contain forward-looking statements based on current assumptions and forecasts made by E.ON Group Management and other information currently available to E.ON. Various known and unknown risks, uncertainties, and other factors could lead to material differences between the actual future results, financial situation, development or performance of the company and the estimates given here. E.ON SE does not intend, and does not assume any liability whatsoever, to update these forward-looking statements or to align them to future events or developments. * * *28.05.2020 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: E.ON SE Brüsseler Platz 1 45131 Essen Germany Phone: +49 (0)201-184 00 E-mail: info@eon.com Internet: www.eon.com ISIN: DE000ENAG999 WKN: ENAG99 Indices: DAX, EURO STOXX 50 Listed: Regulated Market in Berlin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt (Prime Standard), Hamburg, Hanover, Munich, Stuttgart; Regulated Unofficial Market in Tradegate Exchange EQS News ID: 1057305 End of News DGAP News Service

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  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LIVE MARKETS-Opening snapshot: Germany, for better or for worse

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  • EQS Group

    E.ON SE: E.ON plans additional infrastructure investments for climate protection and economic stimulus

    DGAP-News: E.ON SE / Key word(s): Quarterly / Interim Statement 12.05.2020 / 07:00 The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement. E.ON plans additional infrastructure investments for climate protection and economic stimulus * Group announces €500 million of additional investments in climate-friendly upgrades of energy infrastructure. * CEO Teyssen advocates that Germany immediately cap its renewables levy at 5 cents per kilowatt hour (ct/kWh) and nearly eliminate its electricity tax as part of an economic stimulus program to combat the corona crisis. * Robust quarter underscores resilience: adjusted EBIT €1.5 billion higher, due in part to innogy takeover; adjusted net income of €690 million slightly above prior-year level. * Corona's implications for energy industry cannot yet be fully estimated as of first quarter.Essen-based energy company E.ON sent a signal amid the current crisis that it will support a sustainable economic recovery by increasing its investments in climate-friendly, technologically advanced energy infrastructure in order to give powerful impetus, in partnership with its customers, to the green energy transition in Germany and Europe. E.ON increased its first-quarter earnings, primarily because of the innogy takeover. The COVID-19 pandemic had only a limited impact on the first quarter. At the first-quarter mark, however, the pandemic's overall implications for the company cannot yet be reliably estimated.E.ON SE CEO Johannes Teyssen emphasized that E.ON, despite the corona crisis, will continue to do everything it can to combat climate change and foster a technologically advanced, customer-centric, and climate-friendly energy system. He went on to say that the historically warm and dry first quarter, which had a tangible adverse impact on E.ON's earnings-principally in its seasonal business in gas and heat sales, especially in Germany, Sweden, the Netherlands and the UK-was another indication that the earth's climate is changing. He reaffirmed E.ON's investments in critical infrastructure for the energy transition and announced an additional €500 million in investments for projects with customers to promote a better energy system and climate protection. "We want to do our part to spur economic recovery after the crisis. We see interesting and promising projects with our customers in areas like the digital economy and eMobility, to which we want to provide additional support. We believe that accelerating the modernization of environmentally friendly energy infrastructure is a particularly effective way to combine climate protection and local job creation. In addition to our already planned investments, we intend to make available €0.5 billion more over the medium term for these technologies of the future," Teyssen said.At the same time, Teyssen expressed concern about additional burdens for small and medium-sized enterprises and tradespeople: "The German government's plan to introduce carbon pricing in all sectors of the economy, which we supported, was accompanied by the promise to reduce the levy on green electricity by at least 1.5 ct/kWh to roughly 5 ct/kWh." In the wake of the corona crisis, by contrast, Germany's renawables levy could jump up to 8 ct/kWh. The causes are declining wholesale prices for fossil fuels, the dramatic decline in electricity demand resulting from the pandemic, and record feed-in from wind and solar farms early this year. However, this could result in a significant increase in electricity prices in spring 2021 that would stifle any upturn in the already battered business sector. "Consequently, German policymakers need to translate their words into decisive deeds," Teyssen continued. "Five is the magic number: Germany needs to cap its renewables levy at 5 ct/kWh and use the federal budget to cover the revenue shortfall. It also needs to reduce its unnecessarily high electricity tax to the European target rate of 0.05 ct/kWh. Together with our additional €500 million in investments, this would create a package that provides financial relief to customers and promotes a sustainable recovery."Co-funding renewables gives Germany policymakers an excellent tool to provide nationwide economic stimulus and to promote climate protection. "The measures we propose would offer economic relief to companies and the public nationwide," Teyssen said. "They would also provide substantial impetus to speed up electrification, particularly in the transport and heating sectors. We all hope that the economy recovers rapidly. This, along with the revenues from the carbon tax that Germany has decided to institute, can gradually provide the funding for our proposals."In addition, Teyssen called for Germany's planning and consents processes to be revamped, especially those for regional energy infrastructure and the modernization of towns and municipalities. "Germany needs to fast-track a climate-friendly investment offensive," Teyssen emphasized. He added that these processes should have a maximum duration and be systematically accelerated and digitalized and that Germany also needs to reconsider the cherished right to participate in such processes and to file lawsuits against projects-including the right of associations to file such lawsuit-or at least limit these rights to a reasonable extent. In his opinion, the situation surrounding Tesla's project near Berlin but also that of many other urgently needed network expansion and modernization projects speaks volumes. "After corona, Germany's focus should be on creating the future, not preventing and delaying it, on speeding up consents processes by all means possible. After reunification, Germany had this kind of courage, unfortunately only for a short time. Now, after the enormous damage caused by the pandemic and in view of the even greater potential damage that could be caused by unchecked climate change, Germany needs even more courage to make lasting reforms. No grid modernization or climate project should be allowed to languish in a consents process for longer than three years. This is an area where Germany can learn from the corona crisis: digitalize consultation processes and use online technology to speed up administrative processes," Teyssen said.Sharp increase in sales and earnings due to innogy takeoverCFO Marc Spieker presented a solid first-quarter operating performance. The E.ON Group's first-quarter sales increased from €9.1 billion in the prior-year period to €17.7 billion. Sales of €4.7 billion at the Energy Networks segment surpassed the prior-year figure by €2.2 billion. This is principally attributable to the inclusion of innogy's operations, particularly in Germany. The Customer Solutions segment grew sales by €7.5 billion to roughly €14.4 billion. This increase likewise largely reflects the inclusion of innogy, particularly in Germany, Britain, the Netherlands, and Belgium.Energy Networks' adjusted EBIT of about €1.1 billion was €0.4 billion above the prior-year level, principally because of the inclusion of innogy's operations, particularly in Germany.Customer Solutions' adjusted EBIT increased by €75 million year on year to €300 million. Nearly all of the innogy businesses that are now included contributed, principally in Germany, the Netherlands, and Belgium.Unseasonably warm weather-particularly in Germany, Britain, and Sweden-reduced E.ON's first-quarter earnings by a figure in the low triple-digit million euro range. The first-quarter numbers reflect corona's impact on E.ON's business to a limited degree because the lockdown restrictions only affected the final three weeks of the quarter. The adverse impact resulted from the resale of electricity, which had originally been precured for customers, at wholesale prices that are currently significantly lower due to corona-induced upheavals on energy markets. The measures were implemented swiftly in March and April, but the costs had only a minor impact on the first quarter. The Group is thus already preparing for the decline in customer demand for the year as a whole that can be discerned from today's perspective. This removes corresponding risks from subsequent quarters. E.ON currently expects an adverse impact in the high double-digit million euro range for the year as a whole.The Non-Core Business segment posted significantly higher earnings, primarily because of higher sales prices at PreussenElektra. This was partially offset by higher expenditures for residual power output rights.Overall, the E.ON Group's first-quarter adjusted EBIT of just under €1.5 billion surpassed the prior-year figure by €285 million. Adjusted net income of €691 million was slightly above the prior-year level of €650 million.High percentage of regulated businessesE.ON's business is highly resilience in part because regulated businesses generate more than 80 percent of its earnings. These businesses are also the focus of the company's investments. In the first three months of 2020, investments in the core business and in the E.ON Group as a whole were significantly above the prior-year level. Most went toward the Energy Networks segment. Its investments nearly doubled year on year to €575 million. Higher investments for new connections as well as replacements and upgrades also contributed to the increase.Forecast affirmedAlthough E.ON's business model is not immune to every crisis, Spieker emphasized that it is highly resilient thanks to the decision to focus on energy infrastructure and end-customers' needs. He added that the company is of course monitoring the risks of the COVID-19 pandemic very carefully. Due to the high degree of uncertainty regarding the pandemic's further course and its implications, it is only possible for the company to make limited statements about its anticipated business performance in the remainder of the 2020 financial year.In consideration of the COVID-19 pandemic's implications that are foreseeable today, E.ON expects the E.ON Group's 2020 adjusted EBIT to be between €3.9 and €4.1 billion and its 2020 adjusted net income to be between €1.7 and €1.9 billion. However, this does not include risks from the COVID-19 pandemic that may materialize as the year moves forward but that as of today cannot be assessed with sufficient certainty.This press release may contain forward-looking statements based on current assumptions and forecasts made by E.ON Group Management and other information currently available to E.ON. Various known and unknown risks, uncertainties, and other factors could lead to material differences between the actual future results, financial situation, development or performance of the company and the estimates given here. E.ON SE does not intend, and does not assume any liability whatsoever, to update these forward-looking statements or to conform them to future events or developments. * * *12.05.2020 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: E.ON SE Brüsseler Platz 1 45131 Essen Germany Phone: +49 (0)201-184 00 E-mail: info@eon.com Internet: www.eon.com ISIN: DE000ENAG999 WKN: ENAG99 Indices: DAX, EURO STOXX 50 Listed: Regulated Market in Berlin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt (Prime Standard), Hamburg, Hanover, Munich, Stuttgart; Regulated Unofficial Market in Tradegate Exchange EQS News ID: 1041799 End of News DGAP News Service

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  • EQS Group

    E.ON SE: E.ON adopts a dividend policy with an annual increase in the dividend per share of up to 5 percent up to and including the dividend for the 2022 financial year and annual increases in the dividend per share thereafter

    E.ON SE / Key word(s): Dividend E.ON SE: E.ON adopts a dividend policy with an annual increase in the dividend per share of up to 5 percent up to and including the dividend for the 2022 financial year and annual increases in the dividend per share thereafter 24-March-2020 / 19:35 CET/CEST Disclosure of an inside information acc. to Article 17 MAR of the Regulation (EU) No 596/2014, transmitted by DGAP - a service of EQS Group AG. The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement. * * *PUBLICATION OF INSIDE INFORMATION ACCORDING TO ART. 17 EU MARKET ABUSE REGULATION (MAR) E.ON adopts a dividend policy with an annual increase in the dividend per share of up to 5 percent up to and including the dividend for the 2022 financial year and annual increases in the dividend per share thereafter Essen, March 24, 2020 - The Board of Management of E.ON SE, with the approval of the Supervisory Board, has adopted a dividend policy with an annual growth rate of up to 5 percent in the dividend per share up to and including the dividend for the 2022 financial year. E.ON also aims to increase its dividend per share annually thereafter.Contact: Verena Nicolaus-Kronenberg Head of Investor Relations Phone +49 201 184-2806 E-mail: verena.nicolaus-kronenberg@eon.comE.ON SE Brüsseler Platz 1 45131 Essen Germany * * *24-March-2020 CET/CEST The DGAP Distribution Services include Regulatory Announcements, Financial/Corporate News and Press Releases. Archive at www.dgap.de * * * Language: English Company: E.ON SE Brüsseler Platz 1 45131 Essen Germany Phone: +49 (0)201-184 00 E-mail: info@eon.com Internet: www.eon.com ISIN: DE000ENAG999 WKN: ENAG99 Indices: DAX, EURO STOXX 50 Listed: Regulated Market in Berlin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt (Prime Standard), Hamburg, Hanover, Munich, Stuttgart; Regulated Unofficial Market in Tradegate Exchange EQS News ID: 1005847 End of Announcement DGAP News Service

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