E.ON successfully issues €750 million green bond


  • Green bond issuance to fund sustainable infrastructure and energy efficiency projects
  • Very high investor demand with orderbooks being oversubscribed 8 times
  • Attractive pricing in a volatile market environment

Today, E.ON issued a green bond with a tenor of 5.5 years and a volume of €750 million. Despite significant market disruptions during past weeks due to Covid 19, E.ON was able to secure favorable interest terms: the bonds have a coupon of 1%. The comparatively favorable terms stem from significant investor demand leading to 8 times oversubscribed orderbooks.

The successful bond transaction followed E.ON’s capital market day last week and the subsequent confirmation of E.ON’s BBB/Baa2 rating with stable outlooks by both Standard & Poor’s and Moody’s.

The transaction was executed by an international bank consortium. Goldman Sachs International, ING and UniCredit served as active bookrunners.

E.ON’s CFO Marc Spieker: “We very much appreciate today’s successful placement. The strong investor demand for E.ON’s bonds underpins capital market’s trust in our strategic direction and our resilient business model.”

E.ON's Green Bond Framework and Reporting and the Second Party Opinion (a certification by the renowned rating agency Sustainalytics) are available online at:

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