We’re a leading company in Italy and Europe. We operate in the supply, production and sale of electric power and gas, in the energy and environmental services and in the exploration and production of hydrocarbon.
As we did 130 years ago, today we have a key role in the sustainable development of the country.
We’re one of the main Italian energy companies with a strong international presence.
Financial information and key figures on Edison and its activities.
Edison corporate governance structure includes: the Shareholders’ Meeting, a Board of Directors, a Board of Statutory Auditors, the Independent Auditors and the 231 Oversight Board.
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The independent auditors retained to perform independent statutory audits of the financial statements are required by law to ascertain whether the accounting records are properly maintained and record faithfully the results from operations, and whether the statutory financial statements and the consolidated financial statements comply with the rules governing their preparation and provide a fair and truthful presentation of the financial position, cash flows and operating result for the period, rendering an opinion on the financial statements and the consistency of the Report on Operations with the information provided in the financial statements.
An independent authority instituted by Italian law no. 481 of 14 November 1995 with responsibility for regulation, control and promotion of competition in the electrical and gas energy sectors.
The role of the Board of Directors is to define the strategic guidelines that must be followed by the Company and the Group under the Company’s control and is responsible for governing its business operations. Accordingly, it enjoys the most ample powers to carry out all actions, including acts of disposition, that it may deem useful for the furtherance of the corporate purpose, the sole exception being those that the law expressly and exclusively reserves for the Shareholders’ Meeting.
The Board of Directors is responsible for managing the Company directly or by delegating some of its attribution to other governance bodies.
In order to strengthen its management function, a series of decisions concerning highly significant issues and transactions were reserved for the Board of Directors, in addition to the powers attributed to it pursuant to law and the Bylaws, and consequently cannot be delegated to executive Directors.
The Board of Statutory Auditors monitors the Company’s compliance with the applicable laws and its Bylaws and has a management control function, being specifically required to verify that:
Private listed company that operates in the organization and management of markets dealing with the negotiation of financial instruments.
Joint production (i.e. in the same plant) of electricity and heat, ensuring significant energy savings over separate production.
Technology for producing electricity from gaseous fuels, using technology that utilises a gas turbine combined with that which utilises a steam turbine. The combined cycle power plants provided particularly efficient use of fuel, and at the same time offer limited environmental impact in terms of polluting emissions.
(Commissione Nazionale per le Società e la Borsa, Italian Companies and Stock Exchange Commission)
Public authority responsible for protecting investors and ensuring the effectiveness, transparency and development of the Italian financial market.
Consolidated financial statements are produced by a parent company. They provide an overview of the financial, economic, and patrimonial situation of a parent company and its subsidiaries
Debt security issued by a listed company (corporation.) Each bond has equal nominal value and carries equal rights, thus representing an equal share of one loan. Holders of corporate bonds are creditors of the corporation issuing the bonds, and are entitled to receive refund at maturity, as set out in the specific loan regulation, plus the payment of interest.