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Kenon Holdings Ltd. [KENSingapore

NYSE exchange. Sector: Utilities. Industry: Utilities—Independent Power Producers. Location Singapore, Singapore.
At close Fri Sep 30 2022
34.27 USD 👎1.56 (-4.55%)

At close Fri Sep 30 2022

Marketcap
1,846,436,736 USD

Marketcap

PE:3.640
BETA (5y):1.134
EPS:9.414
Profits

for 5 years

170%

for 3 years

95%

for 2 years

70%

for 1 year

27%

for this year

-38%
Kenon Holdings Ltd., through its subsidiaries, operates as an owner, developer, and operator of power generation facilities in Israel, the United States, and internationally. It operates in four segments: OPC Israel, CPV Group, ZIM, and Quantum. The company engages in the generation and supply of electricity and energy; development, construction, and management of renewable energy and conventional natural gas-fired power plants; manufacture of automobiles; and provision of container liner shipping services. As of December 31, 2021, the company had an installed capacity of approximately 610 MW; and operated a fleet of 118 vessels. The company was incorporated in 2014 and is based in Singapore. Kenon Holdings Ltd. is a subsidiary of Ansonia Holdings Singapore B.V.

KENON HOLDINGS Kenon Holdings Ltd. (“Kenon”) is a holding company that operates dynamic, primarily growth-oriented, businesses. The holdings are at various stages of development, ranging from established, cash generating businesses to early stage companies. We assist with the growth and development of these businesses

Kenon Holdings Ltd.
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