Please use the links below if you would like to download our financial documents.
- Financial Statements
*With effect from FY2011, EDF Energy plc no longer prepares consolidated audited financial statements.
- Financial Reporting – Ofgem
Under the Ofgem issued “Energy Supply Probe – Proposed Retail Market Remedies”, changes to generators and suppliers licences were made to increase Financial Reporting to aid comparability of suppliers and generators. The conditions this reporting satisfies are Standard Licence Condition 19A of the Gas and Electricity Supply Licences and Standard Licence Condition 16B of the Electricity Generation Licence.
Click below to access the Financial Reports which were prepared on the basis of the guidance in issue at the time of publication. Please note that, where applicable and in order to facilitate year on year comparisons, a pro-forma analysis of the prior year segmented accounts is included in the appendix to the accounts for the relevant year.
2012 EDF Energy Ofgem Financial Information Reporting
2011 EDF Energy Ofgem Financial Information Reporting
2010 EDF Energy Ofgem Financial Information Reporting
2009 EDF Energy Ofgem Financial Information Reporting
- Nuclear Power Notes
The CVR is an instrument which is issued to Barclays Bank PLC and is linked to the Nuclear Power Note. When EDF acquired British Energy in January 2009, Nuclear Power Notes were issued to British Energy shareholders who chose to take them in lieu of 74 pence of cash per British Energy share held.
The Nuclear Power Notes are ten year financial instruments (2009 – 2019) which give ex British Energy shareholders a continuing interest in the “EDF Energy Nuclear Generation Fleet”. They are traded on the ICAP Securities & Derivatives Exchange (formerly known as the PLUS Quoted exchange).
Each year a pre-defined calculation is performed to determine whether any cash will be paid to Nuclear Power Note holders. The calculation is dependent on the nuclear output of the EDF Energy Nuclear Generation Fleet (“Eligible Nuclear Output”) and market power prices (“Power Prices”). This calculation may or may not result in a cash payment each year to Nuclear Power Note holders.
Disclosure of certain information is required under the terms and conditions of the CVR. Click on the links below to access the disclosure statements.
- Financial Results
EDF Energy extract from EDF Results presentations
EDF Annual Results 2013
EDF Half Yearly Results 2013
EDF Annual Results 2012
EDF Half Yearly Results 2012
EDF Annual Results 2011
EDF Half Yearly Results 2011
EDF Annual Results 2010
EDF Half Yearly Results 2010
EDF Annual Results 2009
EDF Half Yearly Results 2009
- EDF SA
Shareholders and Investors
Shareholders and Investors information
Document de Reference
2012 Document de Reference
2011 Document de Reference
2010 Document de Reference
2009 Document de Reference
2008 Document de Reference
2010 EDF in the UK, Investors Workshop
- Frequently Asked Questions
What happened to my British Energy shares?
British Energy was acquired by EDF S.A., effective as of 5 January 2009. If you did not return a Form of Acceptance by 5 December 2008, your shares would have been subject to a compulsory purchase at 774p per share. The funds are being held for you by the registrars, Equiniti. To receive these funds you need to contact Equiniti by calling 0871 384 2045 or in writing at Aspect House, Spencer Road, Lancing, West Sussex, BN99 6DA.
What are the Nuclear Power Notes?
The Nuclear Power Notes were issued to those British Energy shareholders who elected to receive them in lieu of 74p cash, as part of the Acquisition of British Energy by EDF. The Nuclear Power Notes are a ten year instrument (2009 – 2019) which were offered in conjunction with the takeover of British Energy by EDF S.A. The Notes give ex-British Energy shareholders a continuing interest in the eight nuclear power stations that were previously owned by British Energy (now known as the EDF Energy Nuclear Generation fleet), which may result in an annual cash payment.
When will the next payment for the Nuclear Power Notes be and how much will it be?
Annual CVR Payments are calculated using a formula. There is no management discretion involved in determining whether a payment is to be made or not, as there would be with a dividend. The formula is calculated every year in January.
The two key components of the formula that will determine whether a payment will be made and which are subject to certain thresholds and caps, are:
• Eligible Nuclear Output – total output from the EDF Energy Nuclear Generation fleet
• Relevant Power Price – based on market power prices, not prices achieved
There is no guarantee that an Annual CVR Payment will be made.
The table below shows the history of the Annual CVR Payments:
Date of announcement
18 Jan 2010
14 Jan 2011
13 Jan 2012
14 Jan 2013
I have not received a payment for the 2009 Annual CVR Payment
Any payments will be made by electronic transfer only. If you did not receive your payment from Computershare, you need to contact them on +44 (0)870 707 1760 and request a Dividend Mandate Form. Once Computershare has received your form, they will be able to transfer the funds to you.
How do I find out the price of the Nuclear Power Notes?
The Nuclear Power Notes are listed on the ICAP Securities and Derivatives Exchange and the current market price can be found here .
How do I trade my Nuclear Power Notes?
To trade your Nuclear Power Notes you will need to contact Computershare on +44 (0)870 703 0084.
What is the Quarterly Information Statement?
The Quarterly Information Statements are issued following the end of each calendar quarter to provide information that may be relevant for the Annual CVR Payment calculation. These are issued by RNS to the London Stock Exchange but are also posted to Noteholders. These statements are for information only and no action needs to be taken by Noteholders.
I have not received any notifications about my Nuclear Power Notes, what should I do?
You need to contact the registrars, Computershare, to check your details on +44 (0)870 707 1760.
What happened to my London Electricity plc shares?
London Electricity plc was taken over by EDF Energy on 10 April 1997 and all shares were acquired by EDF Energy under the terms of the takeover offer.
Shareholders were entitled to payment for their shares and would have received a payment at the time for their shares. All outstanding entitlements from this takeover are being held by the Court and you will need to contact the Court if you believe that you have an entitlement due.
Who do I contact about my London Electricity plc shares?
Please contact the Court in writing at the following address:
Royal Courts of Justice
7 Rolls Building, Fetter Lane
London EC4A 1NL
Who do I contact about my Seeboard plc shares?
Seeboard plc, which used to be owned by EDF Energy, has been sold to UK Power Networks. You will need to contact UK Power Networks directly about your Seeboard plc shares at the following address:
The Company Secretary
UK Power Networks Services (South East) Limited
237 Southwark Bridge Road
London SE1 6NP