Scatec ASA

SCATC.OL

$7.11

Closing

▼-0.07%

1D

▼-7.49%

YTD

Market cap

$1.13B

52 week high

$8.00

52 week low

$4.91

Volume

267,384

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Market cap

$1.13B

Analysts' Rating

BUY

Price Target (Mean)

0.00

Total Analysts

2

P/E

17.84

Operating Margin

121.74%

Beta

1.41

Revenue Growth (Annual)

-

52 week high

$8.00

52 week low

$4.91

Div. Yield

0.00%

EPS Annual Growth

971.51

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Company Profile

Scatec ASA is a Norway-based renewable energy solutions provider. The Company develops, builds, owes and operates solar, wind and hydro power plants and storage solutions across four continents. Scatec reports on four operating business segments: Power Production (PP), Services, Development & Construction (D&C) and Corporate. The Power Production segment manages the Group’s power producing assets and derives its revenue from the production and sale of solar, winds and hydro generated electricity based on long-term Power Purchase Agreements or Feed-inTariffs. The Services segment comprises Operations & Maintenance (O&M) and Asset Management services provided to solar and hydro power plants where Scatec has economic interest. The Development & Construction segment derives its revenue from the sale of development rights and construction services to project entities. Corporate consists of the activities of corporate and management services.