Who owns Electricite France?

Agence des participations de l’État
The EDF Group
Électricité de France/Parent organizations

Is EDF owned by the French government?

Électricité de France S.A. (literally Electricity of France), commonly known as EDF, is a French multinational electric utility company, largely owned by the French state.

What nationality is EDF?

EDF Energy was formed after French energy company Electricite de France purchased London Energy. Therefore, EDF Energy is French-state-owned. It is also one of the largest distribution network operators in the UK after taking control of the UK nuclear generator, British Energy.

Is EDF the same as Enedis?

Enedis, formerly ERDF (for Électricité Réseau Distribution France), is a public limited company with a supervisory board and management board, a wholly-owned subsidiary of EDF responsible for managing and developing 95% of the electricity distribution network in France.

Is EDF a good company?

verdict on EDF. EDF Energy’s customers gave its bill accuracy a good rating with four out of five stars and rated it fair on bill clarity, customer service and complaints handling. On these last three measures it ranks the same as competitors British Gas, Eon and SSE.

What does EDF stand for?


Acronym Definition
EDF Environmental Defense Fund
EDF Electricité de France
EDF European Disability Forum
EDF Edifício (Portuguese: building; postal usage)

Where are EDF based?

EDF’s main offices are located in London, Croydon, Exeter, Sunderland, Hove and Barnwood in Gloucester.

Does EDF still exist?

EDF Energy is a British integrated energy company, wholly owned by the French state owned EDF (Électricité de France), with operations spanning electricity generation and the sale of natural gas and electricity to homes and businesses throughout the United Kingdom….EDF Energy.

Type Subsidiary
Website www.edfenergy.com

What does EDF France do?

Électricité de France (EDF) —France The EDF group is an integrated energy company, active in all electricity businesses: generation, transmission and distribution (activities handled by its subsidiaries RTE and Enedis), sales and marketing, efficiency and energy services and energy trading.