Lechwerke AG

Lechwerke AG

  • Price (EUR)98.50
  • Today's Change0.50 / 0.51%
  • Shares traded0.00
  • 1 Year change-23.64%
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About the company

Lechwerke AG is a Germany-based electric utility holding company. The Company's core business is the supply of electricity and associated services to customers in Bavaria and in parts of Baden-Wuerttemberg in Germany. It distributes electricity through low, medium and high voltage grid, generates electricity through numerous hydroelectric power stations and is engaged in electricity trading, electricity and gas sales and energy efficiency services. It operates its five main subsidiaries, including LEW Verteilnetz GmbH, LEW Netzservice GmbH, LEW Service & Consulting GmbH, Bayerische Elektrizitaetswerke GmbH, Elektrizitaetswerk Landsberg GmbH, Ueberlandswerk Krumbach GmbH and Lew TelNet GmbH. The Company is majority owned by RWE AG.

  • Revenue in EUR (TTM)2.32bn
  • Net income in EUR21.35m
  • Incorporated2002
  • Employees1.80k
  • Location
    Lechwerke AGSchaezlerstrasse 3AUGSBURG 86150GermanyDEU
  • Phone+49 8213280
  • Fax+49 8 213281170
  • Websitehttps://www.lew.de/
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