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  • N° 2 electricity producer globally

Profits and dividends (million €)

Employees in France and globally (End of 2021)

Greenhouse gas emissions

CEO pay

0,45 million € (2021)

Pay ratio between CEO and average worker

5 (2021)


25,9 % of employees 14,3 % of executive committee (2021)

Lobbying expenses declared

4,9 -5.8 million € (Paris, Brussels and Washington, 2021)

Share of subsidiaries in secret jurisdictions

9,5 % (2021)


13,5 % of turnover (2021)
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  • Headquarters 22, avenue de Wagram, Paris
  • Leadership Jean-Bernard Lévy (chairman of the board and CEO since 2014)
  • Shareholders French state (83.88%)
  • Board members Jean-Bernard Lévy (chairman of the board and CEO), Véronique Bédague-Hamilius (Nexity), Nathalie Collin (La Poste), Bruno Cremel (Partech), François Delattre (Secrétaire Général du ministère de l’Europe et des Affaires étrangères), Gilles Denoyel (Dexia), Marie-Christine Lepetit (Inspection générale des Finances, French government), Colette Lewiner (administrator of companies), Claire Pedini (Saint-Gobain), Philippe Petitcolin (formerly Safran), Michèle Rousseau (ORGM), Martin Vial (French state representative), Claire Bordenave (workers representative), Karine Granger (workers representative), Sandrine Lhenry (workers representative), Jean-Paul Rignac (workers representative), Vincent Rodet (workers representative), Christian Taxil (workers representative)
  • Key subsidiaries Enedis, RTE, Edison, Dalkia, Framatome, EDF Renouvelables, Luminus, Citelum
  • Main countries France, United Kingdom, China, United States, Mexico, Italy, Belgium

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