Profits, Investments and Fuel Type Mixes in the Dutch Power Sector
This report addresses the Dutch power sector (i.e. generation and supply of electricity), identifying the major corporate players in the market, types of fuel used to generate electricity, the CO2 emissions and nuclear waste associated with these activities, the profits being made, and investments in both renewable and non-renewable generation capacity. The report focuses on the five major corporate players active in the Dutch power sector: ENECO, Essent, Nuon, Electrabel, and E.ON Energie. For the Dutch companies, ENECO, Essent and Nuon, additional information on the ownership structure of the company, shareholders and dividends paid and received is given. A section on RWE is also included because the company is active in electricity supply in the Netherlands and has plans to invest in generation capacity in the country.
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