Results of the Combined General Meeting of EDF shareholders 

The Combined General Meeting of EDF shareholders was held on May 12 in Paris at the Salle Pleyel and chaired by Mr. Jean-Bernard Lévy.

The quorum was set at 90,87 % of shareholders present or represented, including 9 248 votes by internet.

These shareholders approved all the resolutions submitted to them by the Board of Directors, and in particular:

  • the payment of a dividend of 0.58 euro per share receiving the ordinary dividend, and of 0.638 euro per share receiving the loyalty dividend.
Each shareholder will be able to opt for the payment of the dividend in shares. The period for exercising the option to be paid in new shares will runfrom 20 May to 7 June 2022 included[1].

The ex-dividend date is 18 May 2022. The dividend will be paid, in cash or in shares, from 13 June 2022.

The issue price of the new shares to be issued in payment of the dividend is set at 7.44 euros. This price corresponds to the average of the opening prices quoted for EDF shares over the 20 trading days preceding the date of the General Meeting, less the amount of the dividend to be distributed and a discount of 10%, rounded up to the higher euro cent.
  • the appointment, on the proposal of the State, of Ms. Delphine Gény-Stephann, consultant and company director, as director for a three-year term, following the decision of Ms. Véronique Bédague-Hamilius to resign as director with effect from the end of the General Meeting of 12 May 2022; read the biography of all members of the Board of Directors
  • the renewal of the financial delegations expiring in 2022, the purpose of which is to authorise the Board of Directors to carry out various financial transactions involving the issue of shares or securities giving access to the capital or giving the right to the allocation of debt securities, with or without preferential subscription rights.

In addition, the shareholders expressed a favourable opinion on the Group's climate transition plan (Say on Climate) by a very large majority (99, 87 %), thus confirming the Group's strategy and commitments.

During the Meeting, shareholders had the opportunity to ask questions, which were answered at the meeting.

All the results of the votes, the presentations and a replay of the entire Combined General Meeting are available on the EDF website.

[1] Due to regulatory changes and the harmonisation of European standards on the payment process for optional dividends, the date of the end of the option period may vary from one financial intermediary to the next. For pure registered shareholders, BNP Paribas Securities Services, as the institution in charge of the securities service of the EDF Group, has set this date at 3 June 2022 at the latest in order to supervise and centralise the responses of pure registered shareholders.