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RWE Is Very Favorably Exposed to Skyrocketing Power Prices and the Energy Transition

Tancrede Fulop, CFA Senior Equity Analyst

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| Tancrede Fulop, CFA |

RWE has been heavily hit by the collapse of power prices and the upheaval of German energy policy since 2011, which led to the cancelation of the dividend between 2015 and 2018. Since 2016, the backdrop has improved with the rebound of power prices and the EUR 1.7 billion nuclear fuel tax refund in mid-2017.

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Since the deal with E.On, RWE is refocused on power generation, mostly in Europe. It owns 38 gigawatts of power generation capacity: 25% from lignite and hard coal plants, 37% from gas plants, 29% from renewables, 4% from nuclear (which will be shut down by 2022), and 5% from pumped storage and batteries. Besides Germany, RWE’s power plants are chiefly located in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Turkey, and the United States for many onshore wind farms.

RWE Platz 1
Essen, NW, 45141, Germany
T +49 20151790
Industry Utilities - Diversified
Most Recent Earnings Mar 31, 2022
Fiscal Year End Dec 31, 2021
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Employees 18,218

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