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  • Previous Rank
    22
  • Revenues ($M)
    $129,277
  • Revenue Percent Change
    -14.6%
  • Profits ($M)
    $-7,764
  • Profits Percent Change
    -
  • Assets ($M)
    $123,493
  • Employees
    56,490

E.On is still Germany’s largest utility company, but it continued a three-year decline on the Global 500 due to Europe’s record-low wholesale electricity prices. On top of the energy crisis, Germany’s nuclear phase-out will likely cost E.On billions as the company works to gradually close its six nuclear plants by the 2022 deadline. In January, E.On took an important step toward mitigating the damage by separating its fossil fuel assets into a subsidiary, Uniper. But it maintained control of the nuclear power division behind pressure from the German government.

Company Information

Figures prepared in accordance with International Accounting Standards.
CEO
Johannes Teyssen
Sector
Energy
Industry
Energy
HQ Location
Essen, Germany
Employees56,490
Websitehttp://www.eon.com
Years on Global 500 List22

E.ON Rank History

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Key Financials (last fiscal year)

($ Millions)% change
Revenues ($M)$129,277-14.6%
Profits ($M)$-7,764-
Assets ($M)$123,493-
Total Stockholder Equity ($M)$17,845-

Profit Ratios

Profit as % of Revenues-6%
Profits as % of Assets-6.3%
Profits as % of Stockholder Equity-43.5%