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Structure

E.ON is a global provider of specialized energy solutions. Our setup ensures that roles and responsibilities are clearly defined across our organization so that we can achieve our objectives in the most efficient way possible.

E.ON SE in Düsseldorf serves as Group Management. It oversees and coordinates the operations of the entire Group. These operations are segmented into global units (by function) and regional units (by country). We have five global units: Exploration & Production, Generation, New Build & Technology 1) , Global Commodities and Renewables. Eleven regional units in Europe manage our sales operations, regional energy networks, and distributed-generation businesses in their respective countries. Russia is a special focus country. Support like IT, procurement, insurance, consulting and business processes will be organized functionally.

Global Units

Four of our global units are reportable segments: Generation, Renewables, Global Commodities, and Exploration & Production.

Another global unit called Technology brings together comprehensive
project-development, project-delivery, and engineering expertise to support the construction of new assets and the operation of existing assets across the Group. This unit also coordinates our Group-wide research and development projects for the E.ON Innovation Centers.

Regional Units

Currently, eleven regional units manage our national sales operations, regional energy networks, and distributed-generation businesses in Europe. They are also close partners of the global units operating in their respective region, for which they provide a broad range of important functions, such as HR management and accounting. In addition, they share with all units their deep expertise about their market and its policy and regulatory environment. For example, they're responsible for developing new power-plant construction projects from the early planning stages to the investment decision. They also manage our relations with all local and national stakeholders, including policymakers, government agencies, trade associations, and the media.

Against the background of E.ON’s new strategy, also the set-up of our regional units will change as we have decided to focus on renewables, distribution networks, and customer solutions and to spin off the majority of a new, publicly listed company specializing in power generation, global energy trading, and exploration and production. Until this new set up is in place, E.ONs regional units remain unchanged.

Russia serves as a special focus country, where we manage our generation portfolio (not as part of our Generation unit) because of its geographic location and because Russia's power system is not part of Europe's integrated grid.

In addition, E.ON is also active in Brazil and Turkey. In Brazil, E.ON holds a 43 percent shareholding in the energy company ENEVA. The company is headquartered in Rio de Janeiro and currently operates 2,400 megawatts of technologically advanced generation capacity. In Turkey, E.ON holds a 50 percent stake in the Turkish energy company EnerjiSA, headquartered in Istanbul. EnerjiSA has a generation portfolio of approximately 2.5 gigawatts of installed capacity in gas, hydro and wind power plants. Besides generating electricity, EnerjiSA runs a sales and distribution network business with around 9 million customers.

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