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RE generation down 10%, RE revenues up 10% but RE EBIT down 22% during first 9 months2017/11/13
Innogy presents 9 month results, BBB Rating, outlook confirmed - 3.5% of electric power sold during the first 9 months 2017 were generated from renewables sources which contributed 2.3% of the revenue of 29.4 bn. 13.3% of Capex ( 166 mn) was invested into the RE sector.
E.ON Q3 2017 EBIT up 13% but 9 months EBIT down 8%2017/11/08
higher regulated revenues (+36%) but lower revenues in customer solutions (-18%) yoy - Total financial debt further reduced, renewable energy results down 20% year on year. E.On confirms guidance for EBIT and Net Income 2017.
Innogy and SSE to combine retail activities in the UK2017/11/08
SSEs B2C and energy services operations to be combined with npower - SSE and Innogy will create a new player with 11.5 mn customers. SSE will spin-off its 65.6% stake in the new entity with listing at the LSE to its shareholders, Innogy will continue to hold 34.4% in the business.
First commercial floating wind farm on grid in Scotland2017/10/19
Hywind Scotland´s 30 MW floating windfarm will supply electricity for 20,000 homes - Harnest wind in waters up to 800 metres deep. Statoil and partner Masdar will also install a 1 MWh lithium battery storage solution onshore. Irene Rummelhoff, EVP New Energy Solutions at Statoil: Statoil has the ambition to reduce the costs of energy from the Hywind floating wind farm to 40-60 per MWh by 2030.
Siemens Gamesa share price down 44% since closing in April 20172017/10/16
Operating Loss in Q3/2017 - 2nd downward revision of earnings in wind turbine business to EBIT of 790 mn instead of 900 mn. Write-offs on produced but unsold turbines. Siemens 59% stake lost 4 bn in value since Closing in April.