Ellevio publishes Half-year Report 2022
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Ellevio publishes Half-year Report for January–June 2022
Ellevio AB has today published its interim report for January–June, 2022. As one of Sweden's largest electricity grid companies, Ellevio has a central role in the future's energy supply and the electrification of industries and transports. The Half-year Report comments on important aspects of Ellevio’s operations and the energy industry in Sweden.
Key financials January–June 2022
- Net sales amounted to SEK 3,814 million (3,675)
- Distributed electricity amounted to a total of 13.3 TWh (14.3)
- Operating profit amounted to SEK 1,194 million (1,229)
- Free cash flow totalled SEK 1,228 million (1,110)
- Capital expenditure amounted to SEK 1,391 million (1,477)
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Sarah Östberg, Head of Financial and Sustainability Communication
+ 46 709 71 12 40, email@example.com
Anna-Karin Käck, CFO
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This information is such that Ellevio AB (publ) is obliged to make public in accordance with the EU Market Abuse Regulation and the Swedish Securities Markets Act. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact persons set out above, at 10.00 CET on September 1, 2022.
With almost one million customers, Ellevio AB (publ) is one of Sweden’s largest distribution network operators. Together with our customers we take an active role in the journey toward a fossil-free society. Our electricity grids are the backbone that connects electricity producers and consumers, enabling an increased share of renewable electricity, the electrification of transport and industry, as well as creating the prerequisites for new climate-smart services for our customers.
We have almost 600 co-workers and employ indirectly about 3,000 people around the country. Our head office is in Stockholm and we are owned by the pension trustees OMERS Infrastructure, Folksam, The First Swedish National Pension Fund and The Third Swedish National Pension Fund.
Text updated: 8 November 2023