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Figures financial year 2021

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Adjusted EBITDA
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Performance indicators of the EnBW Group

in € million
2021
2020
Change in %
in € million
External revenue
2021
32,147.9
2020
19,694.3
Change in %
63.2
in € million
TOP Adjusted EBITDA
2021
2,959.3
2020
2,781.2
Change in %
6.4
in € million
TOP Share of adjusted EBITDA accounted for by Smart Infrastructure for Customers in € million/in %
2021
323.1 / 10.9
2020
335.0 / 12.0
Change in %
-3.6 / –
in € million
TOP Share of adjusted EBITDA
accounted for by System Critical Infrastructure in € million/in %
2021
1,288.5 / 43.5
2020
1,346.6 / 48.4
Change in %
-4.3 / –
in € million
TOP Share of adjusted EBITDA
accounted for by Sustainable Generation Infrastructure in € million/in %
2021
1,535.1 / 51.9
2020
1,277.8 / 45.9
Change in %
20.1 / –
in € million
Share of adjusted EBITDA accounted for by Other/Consolidation in € million/in %
2021
-187.4 / -6.3
2020
-178.2 / -6.3
Change in %
5.2 / –
in € million
EBITDA
2021
2,803.5
2020
2,663.3
Change in %
5.3
in € million
Adjusted EBIT
2021
1,402.9
2020
1,391.5
Change in %
0.8
in € million
EBIT
2021
158.8
2020
1,102.7
Change in %
-85.6
in € million
Adjusted Group net profit0In relation to the profit/loss attributable to the shareholders of EnBW AG.
2021
1,203.2
2020
682.8
Change in %
76.2
in € million
Group net profit0In relation to the profit/loss attributable to the shareholders of EnBW AG.
2021
363.2
2020
596.1
Change in %
-39.1
in € million
EnBW share price as of 31/12
2021
76.00
2020
56.00
Change in %
35.7
in € million
Earnings per share from Group net profit (€) 0In relation to the profit/loss attributable to the shareholders of EnBW AG.
2021
1.34
2020
2.20
Change in %
-39.1
in € million
Dividend per share/dividend payout ratio in % 0For 2021, subject to approval from the ordinary Annual General Meeting on 05/05/2022.0Adjusted for the valuation effects of IFRS 9 in 2021.
2021
1.10/36
2020
1.00/40
Change in %
–/–
in € million
Retained Cashflow
2021
1,783.8
2020
1,638.5
Change in %
8.9
in € million
TOP Debt repayment potential in %0For the calculation of the adjusted net debt and adjusted debt repayment potential, please refer to the section “The EnBW Group” of the management report.
2021
20.3
2020
11.4
Change in %
in € million
Net cash investment
2021
2,471.2
2020
1,826.9
Change in %
35.3
in € million
Net debt0For the calculation of the adjusted net debt and adjusted debt repayment potential, please refer to the section “The EnBW Group” of the management report.
2021
8,786.1
2020
14,406.5
Change in %
-39.0
in € million
Net financial debt0For the calculation of the adjusted net debt and adjusted debt repayment potential, please refer to the section “The EnBW Group” of the management report.
2021
2,901.1
2020
7,231.9
Change in %
-59.9
in € million
TOP Return on capital employed (ROCE) in %
2021
7.0
2020
6.3
Change in %
in € million
Weighted average cost of capital before tax in %
2021
4.9
2020
5.2
Change in %
in € million
Average capital employed
2021
21,711.5
2020
23,025.6
Change in %
-5.7
in € million
Value added
2021
455.9
2020
253.3
Change in %
80.0
Customers and society goal dimension
2021
2020
Change in %
Customers and society goal dimension
TOP Reputation Index
2021
55
2020
56
Change in %
-1.8
Customers and society goal dimension
TOP EnBW/Yello Customer Satisfaction Index
2021
127 / 159
2020
132 / 159
Change in %
-3.8 / –
Customers and society goal dimension
TOP SAIDI (electricity) in min./year
2021
16
2020
15
Change in %
6.7
Customers and society goal dimension
Environment goal dimension
Customers and society goal dimension
TOP Installed output of renewable energies (RE) in GW and the share of the generation capacity accounted for by RE in %
2021
5.1 / 40.1
2020
4.9 / 39.0
Change in %
4.1 / –
Customers and society goal dimension
TOP CO₂ intensity in g/kWh0The figures for the previous year have been restated.0The calculation method for the key performance indicator CO₂ intensity will be restricted in future to include only factors that can be controlled by the company. In contrast to previous years, the share related to redispatch that cannot be controlled by EnBW is no longer included. Using the previous calculation method, the CO₂ intensity for the 2021 financial year would have been 492 g/kWh. This performance indicator still excludes nuclear generation. The CO₂ intensity including nuclear generation for the reporting year was 386 g/kWh (previous year: 268 g/kWh). We publish a five-year comparison of the performance indicators in our “Multi-year overview” on p. 289.
2021
478
2020
342
Change in %
39.8
Customers and society goal dimension
Employees goal dimension
Customers and society goal dimension
TOP People Engagement Index (PEI)0Variations in the group of consolidated companies (all companies with more than 100 employees are considered [except ITOs]). Companies that were fully consolidated for the first time in the fourth quarter of 2021 were not included in the employee surveys for the PEI.
2021
82
2020
83
Change in %
-1.2
Customers and society goal dimension
TOP LTIF for companies controlled by the Group0Variations in the group of consolidated companies (all companies with more than 100 employees, excluding external agency workers and contractors, are considered). Companies that were fully consolidated for the first time during the 2021 financial year were not included in the calculations for the LTIF performance indicators.0Except for companies in the area of waste management. / LTIF overall0Variations in the group of consolidated companies (all companies with more than 100 employees, excluding external agency workers and contractors, are considered). Companies that were fully consolidated for the first time during the 2021 financial year were not included in the calculations for the LTIF performance indicators.
2021
2.3 / 3.3
2020
2.1 / 3.6
Change in %
9.5 / -8.3
31.12.2021
31.12.2020
Change in %
Employees0Number of employees excluding apprentices/trainees and inactive employees.
31.12.2021
26,064
31.12.2020
24,655
Change in %
5.7
Employee equivalents0Converted into full-time equivalents.
31.12.2021
24,519
31.12.2020
23,078
Change in %
6.2
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Outlook 2022

Smart Infrastructure for Customers
€ 350 to 425 m
System Critical Infrastructure
€ 1,225 to 1,325 m
Sustainable Generation Infrastructure
€ 1,650 to 1,750 m
Total
€ 3,025 to 3,175 m
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Reporting Q3 2021

"Despite no change in the weak wind conditions, we have continued to make progress in the third quarter. I am confident that we will be able to grow further by the end of this year."

Thomas Kusterer, CFO

Facts and figures Q3 2021

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in € m
1.1. - 30.9.2021
1.1. - 30.9.2020
Change in %
1.1. - 31.12.2020
in € m
External revenue
1.1. - 30.9.2021
18,720.8
1.1. - 30.9.2020
13,682.0
Change in %
36.8
1.1. - 31.12.2020
19,694.3
in € m
Adjusted EBITDA
1.1. - 30.9.2021
1,972.6
1.1. - 30.9.2020
2,062.5
Change in %
-4.4
1.1. - 31.12.2020
2,781.2
in € m
Share of Smart Infrastructure for Customers
1.1. - 30.9.2021
296.8
1.1. - 30.9.2020
216.0
Change in %
37.4
1.1. - 31.12.2020
335.0
in € m
Share of System Critical Infrastructure
1.1. - 30.9.2021
991.3
1.1. - 30.9.2020
1,030.1
Change in %
-3.8
1.1. - 31.12.2020
1,346.6
in € m
Share of Sustainable Generation Infrastructure
1.1. - 30.9.2021
852.7
1.1. - 30.9.2020
961.4
Change in %
-11.3
1.1. - 31.12.2020
1.277.8
in € m
Adjusted EBIT
1.1. - 30.9.2021
861.0
1.1. - 30.9.2020
1,087.4
Change in %
98.8
1.1. - 31.12.2020
1,391.5
in € m
Adjusted Group net profit0In relation to the profit/loss attributable to the shareholders of EnBW AG.
1.1. - 30.9.2021
729.9
1.1. - 30.9.2020
367.2
Change in %
-
1.1. - 31.12.2020
682.8
in € m
Earnings per share from Group net profit (€)0In relation to the profit/loss attributable to the shareholders of EnBW AG.
1.1. - 30.9.2021
-0.10
1.1. - 30.9.2020
0.92
Change in %
-
1.1. - 31.12.2020
2.20
in € m
Retained cash flow
1.1. - 30.9.2021
892.8
1.1. - 30.9.2020
1,113.7
Change in %
-19.8
1.1. - 31.12.2020
1,638.5
in € m
Net cash investment
1.1. - 30.9.2021
1,433.3
1.1. - 30.9.2020
1,035.8
Change in %
38.4
1.1. - 31.12.2020
1,826.9
in € m
in € m
1.1. - 30.9.2021
30.9.2021
1.1. - 30.9.2020
31.09.2020
Change in %
Change in %
in € m
Net debt
1.1. - 30.9.2021
10,861.5
1.1. - 30.9.2020
14,406.5
Change in %
-24.6
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EnBW continues to make progress in third quarter and reaffirms earnings growth for 2021

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Outlook 2021 confirmed

Smart Infrastructure for Customers
€ 300 to 375 m
System Critical Infrastructure
€ 1,300 to 1,400 m
Sustainable Generation Infrastructure
€ 1,375 to 1,475 m
Total
€ 2,825 to 2,975 m
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Reporting Q2 2021

"After a fairly weak first quarter, we have caught up encouragingly in the second quarter. We are confident of attaining our earnings target for this year. But whether we finish more towards the upper end of our earnings corridor or possibly more towards the lower end will depend on how business develops in the months ahead."

Thomas Kusterer, CFO

Facts and figures Q2 2021

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Investor and analyst presentation Q2 2021
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in € m
1.1. - 30.6.2021
1.1. - 30.6.2020
Change in %
1.1. - 31.12.2020
in € m
External revenue0The figures for the previous year have been restated.
1.1. - 30.6.2021
12,654.7
1.1. - 30.6.2020
9,802.5
Change in %
29.1
1.1. - 31.12.2020
19,694.3
in € m
Adjusted EBITDA
1.1. - 30.6.2021
1,479.4
1.1. - 30.6.2020
1,586.6
Change in %
-6.8
1.1. - 31.12.2020
2,781.2
in € m
Share Smart Infrastructures for Customers0The figures for the previous year have been restated.
1.1. - 30.6.2021
208.0
1.1. - 30.6.2020
137.3
Change in %
51.5
1.1. - 31.12.2020
335.0
in € m
Share System Critical Infrastructure
1.1. - 30.6.2021
661.5
1.1. - 30.6.2020
744.9
Change in %
-11.2
1.1. - 31.12.2020
1,346.6
in € m
Share Sustainable Generation Infrastructure0The figures for the previous year have been restated.
1.1. - 30.6.2021
726.8
1.1. - 30.6.2020
819.3
Change in %
-11.3
1.1. - 31.12.2020
1,277.8
in € m
Adjusted EBIT
1.1. - 30.6.2021
731.7
1.1. - 30.6.2020
943.8
Change in %
-22.5
1.1. - 31.12.2020
1,391.5
in € m
Adjusted Group net profit0In relation to the profit/loss attributable to the shareholders of EnBW AG.
1.1. - 30.6.2021
594.3
1.1. - 30.6.2020
370.2
Change in %
60.5
1.1. - 31.12.2020
682.8
in € m
Earnings per share (Group net profit) in €0In relation to the profit/loss attributable to the shareholders of EnBW AG.
1.1. - 30.6.2021
-0.60
1.1. - 30.6.2020
0.68
Change in %
-
1.1. - 31.12.2020
2.20
in € m
Retained cash flow
1.1. - 30.6.2021
835.7
1.1. - 30.6.2020
1,090.8
Change in %
-23.4
1.1. - 31.12.2020
1,638.5
in € m
Net cash investment
1.1. - 30.6.2021
860.6
1.1. - 30.6.2020
590.3
Change in %
45.8
1.1. - 31.12.2020
1,826.9
in € m
in € m
1.1. - 30.6.2021
30.6.2021
1.1. - 30.6.2020
30.6.2020
Change in %
Change in %
in € m
Net debt
1.1. - 30.6.2021
11,847.7
1.1. - 30.6.2020
14,406.5
Change in %
-17.8
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EnBW confirms full-year guidance at mid-year 2021

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Outlook 2021 confirmed

Smart Infrastructure for Customers
€ 300 to 375 m
System Critical Infrastructure
€ 1,300 to 1,400 m
Sustainable Generation Infrastructure
€ 1,375 to 1,475 m
Total
€ 2,825 to 2,975 m
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Figures Q1 2021

"We continue to expect slight earnings growth this year. Our integrated portfolio approach means that we now have a highly robust business model. That is also confirmed by the capital market. Just this February, we successfully completed two bond issues for a total of €1 billion."

Thomas Kusterer, CFO

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