(1) Without consumption pertaining to generation.
- During 1H 2017, the demand for electricity in the Spanish mainland system increased by 1.1% (1.5% adjusted for working days and temperature) over 1H 2016.
- Renewables generation during the period met 36.4% of mainland demand, given the scarcity of hydro and wind resources, compared with 49.6% during the same period of 2016.
- Endesa’s mainland electricity production under ordinary regime increased by 20.8% mainly due to the scarcity of wind and hydro resources, which led to a significant increase in thermal production.
Nuclear and hydro technologies (carbon-free technologies) represented just 54.7% of Endesa's mainland generation mix under ordinary regime, compared with 72.8% in the same period of 2016.
Endesa’s production in Non-Peninsular Territories (TNP, from their Spanish acronym) was 6,263 GWh (+5.5%).
Endesa’s production from renewable technologies, other than hydro, reached 1,814 GWh.
- Overall, during 1H 2017, Endesa reached a market share of 38% of mainland electricity generation under ordinary regime, 43.6% in distribution and 35.3% in sales to deregulated market customers.
- The number of deregulated market customers was 5,551,461 at the end of the first six months of this year, with an increase of 2.4% compared with December 31st, 2016.
Endesa’s General Shareholders Meeting held on April 26th approved the distribution of a dividend on 2016 net income for a gross amount of 1,333 euros per share, equivalent to a total dividend amount of 1,411 million euros, equal to Endesa’s consolidated net income of 2016.
In light of the interim dividend of 0.7 euros gross per share (or a total of 741 million euros) paid on January 2nd, 2017, the balance dividend is equivalent to 0.633 euros gross per share (a total of 670 million euros), and was paid on July 3rd, 2017.
Endesa is also expected to pay a dividend per share on 2017 results of at least 1.32 euros per share.