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ERDF, a wholly owned subsidiary of EDF, manages the public electricity distribution network for 95% of continental France. Find here all the essential information you need about ERDF, including services, corporate governance, history and financial results.
ERDF manages 95% of the electricity distribution network in continental France. To fulfil this role, the company must carry out public service duties and guarantee non-discriminatory access to the network for all.
The electricity network belongs to local authorities, who subcontract to ERDF to manage the network through a public service delegation.
ERDF offers a number of services to its customers, whether private consumers, companies, local authorities, producers, suppliers or construction professionals.
ERDF, a wholly owned subsidiary of EDF, is organised as a French public limited company with a board of directors, a supervisory board. Discover the missions, modes of operation and members of these bodies.
ERDF makes its know-how available worldwide via its ERDF-isubsidiary. ERDF-i allows access to ERDF expertise anduses its resources and those of the EDF Group to meet its clients’ requirements.
ERDF was created in 2008 within the framework of the opening of the electricity market to competition, but its history dates back to the mid-19th century, and the beginning of electrification.
Investments, turnover, and more: find comprehensive financial results for 2010.
In line with its public service duties, ERDF committed to everyone, everywhere, in partnerships enhancing the proximity and social or environmental benefit.