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QUOTES-German blue-chips respond to close national election

09/27/2021 | 03:28am EDT
General elections in Germany

FRANKFURT, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Germany's Social Democrats (SPD) narrowly won Sunday's national election, with the most likely outcome being a three-way alliance led by either the SPD or Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives.

Agreeing a new coalition could take months, however, and will likely involve the smaller Greens and liberal Free Democrats (FDP).

Following are reactions from some of Germany's largest companies:

VOLKSWAGEN CEO HERBERT DIESS:

"The fact that climate policy reforms and modernization & digitisation are high on the agenda is a good basis for coalition negotiations. We have thought about this and would like the following ... points to be included in the negotiations: ... CO2 price of 65 euros per tonne as early as 2024 ... End subsidies for fossil fuels. Bring forward significantly the phase-out of coal ... expand renewable energies to at least 255 gigawatts in 2030 ... keep purchase rebate for electric vehicles and gradually reduce it by 2025 ... Set mandatory targets for fast charging ... green hydrogen is precious and energy-intensive. Urgently needed for green steel and for decarbonisation of industries such as chemicals and cement."

SIEMENS ENERGY CEO CHRISTIAN BRUCH:

"What we need now least of all is party-political calculation. The goal must be to form a government capable of acting as quickly as possible that combines the various competencies ... The election campaign is over, the parties must now show in the coalition negotiations that they are serious about the energy transition. This includes more honesty in the debate: The transformation will involve painful restrictions and, at least initially, will also cost jobs."

E.ON CEO LEONHARD BIRNBAUM:

"The upcoming coalition negotiations must focus on a modern climate and economic policy. After all, we in Germany have not only set ourselves a very ambitious goal of climate neutrality for 2045, but can also trigger an enormous economic stimulus program with the energy turnaround ... On the road to climate neutrality, a new German government will be judged by whether our energy supply is simultaneously secure, affordable and clean. To achieve this, we need more room for innovation and investment in the future."

RWE CEO MARKUS KREBBER:

"Germany needs stability and a clear course. We have a decade of great change ahead of us. We need speed in order to lay the right tracks for a climate-neutral industry, to modernize our infrastructure and to massively push digitalisation. To achieve this we need a unified, powerful government that acts now."

HEAD OF BDEW UTILITY COMPANY ASSOCIATION, KERSTIN ANDEAE:

"A new government must clear the path for a speedy expansion of renewable energy and the expansion and repurposing of energy grids...Any incoming coalition must pursue the scaling up of a hydrogen economy." (Compiled by Christoph Steitz, Tom Kaeckenhoff and Vera Eckert, editing by Tomasz Janowski)


© Reuters 2021
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E.ON SE 0.44% 10.604 Delayed Quote.16.46%
RWE AG 0.50% 32.08 Delayed Quote.-7.67%
SIEMENS ENERGY AG 0.46% 23.85 Delayed Quote.-21.60%
VOLKSWAGEN AG 0.45% 193.26 Delayed Quote.26.19%
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Sales 2021 28 627 M 33 356 M 33 356 M
Net income 2021 -567 M -661 M -661 M
Net cash 2021 1 922 M 2 240 M 2 240 M
P/E ratio 2021 -31,9x
Yield 2021 0,42%
Capitalization 16 849 M 19 550 M 19 632 M
EV / Sales 2021 0,52x
EV / Sales 2022 0,49x
Nbr of Employees 91 000
Free-Float 58,3%
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