Landsvirkjun’s results for the first nine months of the year 2019.
According to Moody's, the upgrade reflects the continued improvement in the company’s credit profile.
Outstanding companies build their business on a strong foundation and are focused on the interests of investors and shareholders.
Kristín Linda has participated in various international co-operations on environmental issues.
Strong cash generation and a historically high equity ratio.
Follows successful placing of a USD 200m green bond in 2018
The original power contract between the companies dates from the year 1975.
Net debt continues to decrease and the equity ratio strengthens.
The assets and transfer of the shares have negligible effect on the balance sheet and operations of Landsvirkjun.
Jónas Þór Guðmundsson re-elected chairman of the board.
S&P Global Ratings revises Landsvirkjun’s rating outlook from stable to positive on improved financial position.
Landsvirkjun owns 64.7% of Landsnet.
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Another record year for power generation and operating performance.
Operations have already begun in Blönduós and construction work to expand the data center is currently underway.
Revenue, EBITDA and profit increase between periods.
Landsvirkjun is number three on Creditinfo‘s list.
The EFTA Surveillance Authority (ESA) has concluded that state guarantees for Landsvirkjun's hedging derivatives did not involve state aid.
European Commission (EC) competition approval process has taken longer than anticipated.
Collaboration between the Scientific Community, National Energy Agency and the Energy Sector
Open in three power stations in South, West and North Iceland
Independent study announced at Datacentres Europe revealing Iceland’s competitive advantages as a global datacenter location
Rio Tinto Alcan in Iceland has informed Landsvirkjun of a change
All carbon emissions will be offset
Proposal on terms and conditions for Landsvirkjun’s Board Members and Reserve Board Members approved.
One of the festival´s main sponsors
Landsvirkjun's debt continues to decrease
A variety of projects in the field of environment and energy receive grants
The New York Times has published an article on the future potential of energy sources in Iceland.
Contract on education and prevention in fire prevention and pollution issues.
A ground-breaking moment in energy generation in Iceland
Reduced risk for the Icelandic economy following the EFTA Court decision in January and an overall improvement.
Creditinfo names Landsvirkjun Power ehf. among the most exceptional Icelandic businesses for the year 2012.
Landsvirkjun has successfully erected its first wind turbine.
Five years have passed since the Fljótsdalur Hydropower Station, at Kárahnjukur came on-line.