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Spain's Competition Watchdog Approves Circular On Methodology For Calculation Of Electricity Distribution, Transport Tolls
Endesa Signs 132.4 Mln Euro Optical Fibre Deal With Lyntia
Spain's Competition Watchdog Approves Circular On 2020-2025 Electricity Distribution Remuneration Methodology
Endesa SA is a Spain-based holding company engaged in the business of electricity and gas generation, distribution, and sale, as well as related services. Its segments include Generation, along with Supply; Distribution, and Structure, including the balances and transactions of holding companies and financing companies. It is engaged in electricity business in its industrial and commercial areas. It is also engaged in the exploitation of primary energy resources; the provision of industrial services, particularly in the areas of telecommunications, water and gas, and investing in other companies. It generates, distributes and sells electricity mainly in Spain and Portugal. It also supplies electricity and gas to other European markets, in particular Germany, France, Belgium and the Netherlands, from its platform in Spain and Portugal. It is engaged in supplying value added services and products to customers. It distributes electricity to the consumption points.
Ribera del Loira, 60
Borja Prado Eulate
Chairman of the Board, Executive Director
Juan Sanchez Calero Guilarte
Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Jose Damian Bogas Galvez
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Vice Chairman of the Board
Manuel Marin Guzman
General Director of ICT
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Europe's biggest utility Enel , which controls Spanish energy group Endesa, has had no negative reaction from bond investors as a result of the Catalonia crisis, the group's head of finance said on Thursday.
Europe's biggest utility Enel is not interested in large acquisitions but is looking for opportunities to buy grid networks around the world, including in South America, CFO Alberto De Paoli said on Friday.
Borja Prado, chairman of Enel's Spanish unit Endesa, says in an emailed comment:
Italian utility Enel denied on Wednesday a press report regarding the possible sale to investment funds of its controlling stake in Spanish unit Endesa.
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