Eneco financial results improve yet further
Eneco further improved its financial results in 2018, following strong growth in 2017. The operating result (EBIT) increased to € 162 million in 2018 (2017: € 158 million). Turnover increased by 25%. Profit after taxes has shown a clear increase to € 136 million (2017: € 127 million).
CDP assesses Eneco with better-than-average score
ESG score 76: Eneco among the best 15%
Our current ESG score at Sustainalytics is 76 out of a maximum of 100 points. With this ESG score we are seen as an "outperformer" and we are among the best 15%. Sustainalytics is a global player in assessing companies on sustainability at the request of investors. ESG stands for Environmental, Social and Governance and is a globally recognized way to assess companies on their corporate behaviour. A high ESG score not only proves our sustainable position, but also provides insight into our financial performance.
"We can realise our sustainable strategy by sharpening our focus on our activities and putting our customers’ needs first in everything we do. This will enable Eneco to further develop in the coming years into a customer-focused company that excels in its services and supply of clean and smart products."
Eneco helps customers make the switch
With our mission: everyone's sustainable energy, we help customers make the switch to clean, smart and sustainably-generated energy. Eneco offers accessible and affordable solutions for consumers and companies.
- We cooperate with Energie In Huis, a company that makes existing houses more sustainable.
- We are improving charging services for electric vehicles and have started various partnerships, including with Jaguar Landrover Benelux.
- We are introducing Eneco StukjeZon® for customers who are unable to have their own solar panels installed.
- An example of an integrated approach is the partnership with Rotterdam Ahoy. As well as solar panels, a thermal smart grid is being constructed and we will be installing charging points for electric vehicles.