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Lausanne – Alpiq looks back on a very good 2023 financial year. The past year’s measures focusing on the core business, risk management and group management brought about the desired progress. The direct dependence on electricity prices was also significantly reduced. Despite significantly lower adjusted total revenue at CHF 8.42 billion, Alpiq increased adjusted EBITDA to CHF 1.184 billion. The company recorded an adjusted net income of CHF 820 million. Operating liquidity remains extremely solid at CHF 1.944 billion and Alpiq was net cash positive of CHF 347 million by the end of 2023.
Amédée Murisier takes over as Head of Alpiq’s Switzerland division and becomes a member of the Executive Board on 1 March 2024. He succeeds Michael Wider, who is retiring.
Sustainability is embedded in Alpiq's purpose and the company is well positioned – thanks to our electricity production from renewable energies and the management of renewable energies for third parties. However, we’re fully aware that further steps are needed to build a truly sustainable company. In this interview with Karin Manser, Lead Sustainability at Alpiq, we discuss Alpiq's sustainability goals and the sustainability reporting requirements for companies resulting from the European Union’s new Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD).
At Tormoseröd, Alpiq’s co-owned 72.6 MW wind farm in Sweden, all 11 wind turbines are in operation now. The construction of such a project not only places high technological demands. There are also a number of Health & Safety (H&S) issues that need to be considered to ensure its successful construction and commissioning. We talk about this with Raffaella Amiconi, Senior Expert H&S at Alpiq.