Indicators, Ratings and Awards

EnBW is consistently measuring KPIs group-wide alongside the dimensions of sustainability (economy, environment and social). With the publication of these key figures, EnBW stakeholders (among others customers, NGOs and rating agencies) are informed transparently about achievements and progress of EnBW. Based on these KPIs improvement measures are identified, activities are controlled and achievement of targets is analyzed on regular basis.

Key performance indicators

Goal
Key performance indicator
2016
Target value in 2020
Secure profitability
Adjusted EBITDA in € billion
1.9
2.3 - 2.5
The operating result is to return to the average level achieved before the Energiewende. The total regulated business (Grids and Renewable Energies segments) together contributes around 70 % to this result.
High level of financial discipline
Internal financing capability in %
72.1
≥ 100
The level of net financial liabilities is controlled by limiting net investment to the level of retained cash flow. The Group can thus finance its own restructuring internally.
Raise the value of the Group
ROCE in %
7.8
8.5 - 11
Return on capital employed (ROCE) is higher than the cost of capital. EnBW is creating value for its stakeholders.

Strategy goal dimension

Goal
Key
performance indicator
2016
Target value in 2020
Share of result from “Customer proximity”/Sales
Share of overall adjusted EBITDA in € billion/in %
0.2/13
0.4/15
The operating result for the Sales segment has doubled from €0.2 billion in the base year 2012 to €0.4 billion in 2020 and represents at least 15% of the Group operating result. Innovations make this possible
Share of result from Grids
Share of overall adjusted EBITDA in € billion/in %
1.0/52
1.0/40
The operating result for the Grids segment has increased by 25% from €0.8 billion in the base year 2012 to €1.2 billion in 2020 and represents around 40% of the Group operating result. The share accounted for by the stable and regulated business has increased.
Share of result from Renewable Energies
Share of overall adjusted EBITDA in € billion/in %
0.3/15
0.7/30
The operating result for the Renewable Energies segment has increased by 250% from €0.2 billion in the base year 2012 to €0.7 billion in 2020 and represents around 30% of the Group operating result. EnBW is more sustainable.
Share of result from Generation and Trading
Share of overall adjusted EBITDA in € billion/in %
0.3/17
0.3/15
The operating result for the Trading and Generation segment has fallen by 80% due to the changed conditions from €1.2 billion in the base year 2012 to €0.3 billion in 2020 and only represents around 15% of the Group operating result.
Goals
Key performance indicator
2016
Target value in 2020
Reputation
Reputation Index
50.0
55.4
In parallel with the restructuring of the business model, EnBW aims to continuously improve its reputation.
Customer proximity
Customer Satisfaction Index for EnBW/Yello
132/150
>136/>159
EnBW and Yello customers are satisfied customers with a high level of customer loyalty. EnBW and Yello are organisations strongly oriented towards customers and meet the needs and wishes of their customers through tailored solutions and products.
Supply reliability
SAIDI (electricity) in min/year
16
<25
EnBW regards the maintenance of supply quality to its customers as its chief priority. The high degree of supply reliability in the grid area operated by EnBW is based on comprehensive investment in grids and plants and our abundant system expertise.
Goal
Key performance indicator
2016
Target value in 2020
Employee commitment
Employee Commitment Index (ECI)
59
65
The commitment of our employees to EnBW is very strong and there is faith in the future viability of the company.
Occupational safety
LTIF
3.9
≤ value from previous year
The number of accidents at work and the resulting days of absence remains stable or is falling.
Goal
Key performance indicator
2016
Target value in 2020
Expand Renewable Energies (RE)
Installed output of RE in GW and the share of the generation capacity accounted for by RE in %
3.1/23.1
5.0/>40
The share of the generation capacity accounted for by renewable energies at EnBW has doubled in comparison to 2012. Onshore and offshore wind power and hydropower are at the forefront of this development.
Climate protection
CO₂ intensity in g/kWh
577
-15 % to
-20
EnBW actively contributes to climate protection by successively reducing the CO₂ intensity of its own generation of electricity (excluding nuclear power) by 15 to 20 % by 2020 compared to 606 g/kWh in the reference year 2015.

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