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Veolia Australia & New Zealand has been selected to operate and maintain the first Energy Recovery facility in the country: the Kwinana Project. First ever project to of its kind in Australia, the new state-of-the-art plant will start to generate approximately 40 MW of clean energy, i.e enough to power 50,000 households. This new plant will provide a more sustainable solution for the effective management of waste, and will bolster local energy supply to drive energy security and affordability.
Veolia announces today that it has signed a draft agreement with German group Rethmann for the sale of its remaining 30% stake in Transdev for EUR 340 million.
Greater Nantes has just renewed their contract for the operation of the Couëron (44) WasteTreatment and Recovery Center (CTVD) with Veolia Recyclage & Valorisation des Déchets, fora total revenue of €332 million including €45 million for works. This new contract, which entersinto effect on March 1, 2019, ties in with the French law on the energy transition and involvesthe recovery of the 185,000 metric tons of waste delivered to the center. It will be used togenerate 30,000 MWh of electricity each year, the equivalent annual consumption of 1,900households. The plant will also produce 75,000 MWh of heat, the annual consumption of 7,100household equivalents (that is 7,100 dwellings with a surface area of 80 m2 each occupied byfour people). This heat will be supplied to the Nantes district heating network starting inOctober 2019, as well as 28,800 MWh of steam to an industrial concern.
In addition to the wastewater public service delegation contract for Greater Bordeaux recently signed by the city’s mayor Alain Juppé and Antoine Frérot, Veolia Eau France has won a new series of contracts with new municipalities. From Côte de Nacre to Dinan, and Givors to Cannes Pays de Lérins, these successes represent cumulative revenue of €93 million.
Opened to 115,000 employees in 29 countries, the 8th share offering reserved for Veolia Group employees, Sequoia 2018, saw its overall subscription rate exceed 33%. Thus, 1 in 3 employees, i.e. 38,000 Veolia employees, have chosen to invest in this plan, for a total amount of 34 million euros(*).
In 2011, Antoine Frérot launched an ambitious transformation plan for Veolia. Under that plan, a new generation of management executives has emerged, who have made a significant contribution to the transformation and since 2016 have implemented the renewed profitable growth strategy. Antoine Frérot has therefore decided to appoint Estelle Brachlianoff to the position of Chief Operating Officer, and Claude Laruelle to the position of Chief Financial Officer.
On the occasion of the State visit to France of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirzioïev, Veolia signed today a agreement for the modernization of the drinking water production and distribution as well as wastewater service of the Uzbek capital, Tashkent.
SUSTAINED REVENUE GROWTH CONTINUES WITH ACCELERATED EBITDA PROGRESSION IN THE SECOND QUARTER
On Friday, July 6, Bordeaux’s Metropolitan Council voted in favor of Veolia’s bid for the delegated public service concession agreement for wastewater treatment and rainwater management. The future agreement, for a period of 7 years from January 1, 2019 and with a value of €352 million, covers the management of 6 waste water treatment plants and networks of 4,200 km, with a total treatment capacity for a population equivalent of 1.15 million inhabitants.

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