EDF is a reference issuer in the Green Bond market, with the equivalent of €4.5bn issued through 5 tranches and 3 currencies
Since November 2013, EDF has issued the equivalent of around €4.5bn in Green Bonds to support its development in renewable energy sources.
Following the first two issuances that aimed to finance the construction of new wind and solar projects by EDF Energies Nouvelles, the Group extended its Green Bond Framework to financing of investments to renovate and modernise hydropower assets in mainland France. This new framework was first implemented for the October 2016 issuance.
Green Bonds are fully integrated to the Group’s financing policy, making EDF a frequent Green issuer participating in the development and liquidity of the Green Bond market.
Allocation status of Green Bonds proceeds at 31 December 2017
(1) Date of funds reception
Reporting on EDF Green Bonds
New EDF Green Bond Framework
Based upon best market practices, this new Green Bond Framework by EDF, applicable to potential future issuances, aims to extend the existing scope of investments eligible to Green Bond financing: in addition to new wind and solar projects (as per previous Green Bonds), investments to modernise and upgrade hydropower facilities in mainland France managed by EDF’s Hydro Division become eligible to Green Bond financing.
The EDF Green Bond Framework builds on the structure developed for EDF’s previous Green Bond issuances under which EDF committed to, and delivered, high levels of transparency and external scrutiny on use of proceeds, fund management, proceeds allocation and reported information, in line with the ICMA Green Bon Principles.
You can find below detailed information on the new EDF Green Bond Framework.
The EDF Investor Relations team is available to address questions investors may have on this Framework.
Find out more
- Press releases
- Investor Presentations
- Annual information verified by Deloitte & Associates
- Green Bond documentation