Swiss exchange. Sector: Utilities. Industry: Utilities—Renewable. Location Switzerland, Bern.

BKW AG [BKW.SWSwitzerland

125.8USD0.3 (+0.24%)

• At close Thu Oct 06 2022

6,533,150,567 USD
MARKET CAP
17.833
PE
0.211
BETA (5y)
6.858
EPS

profit

152%

for 5 years

profit

80%

for 3 years

profit

40%

for 2 years

profit

23%

for 1 year

profit

14%

for this year

About BKW AG

BKW AG plans, builds, and operates infrastructure to produce and supply energy for businesses, households, and the public sector in Switzerland, Germany, Italy, France, and internationally. It operates through three segments: Energy, Grid, and Services. The Energy segment builds, operates, and maintains power plants, such as hydroelectric, nuclear, fossil-fuel, and other renewable energy power plants. It also sells energy, as well as trades in electricity, certificates, and commodities. The Grid segment builds, operates, and maintains distribution grid. The Services segment engages in the provision of planning and engineering consultancy services for energy, infrastructure, and environmental projects; and integrated services in the area of building technology, as well as the construction, servicing, and maintenance of energy, telecommunication, transport, and water networks. It also owns onshore wind and photovoltaic plants. The company is headquartered in Bern, Switzerland.

Die BKW entwickelt zukunftsweisende Lösungen in den Bereichen Energie, Gebäude und Infrastruktur – um Wohlstand und Umwelt im Gleichgewicht zu halten.

BKW AG
https://www.bkw.ch
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