Total income from customers (MEUR)
Payments to suppliers (MEUR)
Compensation to personnel (MEUR)
- Salaries, remunerations, and social security costs
Compensation to investors and shareholders (MEUR)
- Financing costs to shareholders
- Financing costs to others
Support in public interest and taxes (EUR thousands)
We invested MEUR
into the development of our electricity network in 2015.
DIRECT ECONOMIC IMPACT
|Direct economic value generated and distributed, EUR thousand||2015||2014*|
|Income from customers|
|Other operating income||9,184||4,979|
|Fair value adjustments||-2,001||-1,398|
|Payments to suppliers|
|Acquired materials and services||72,631||44,126|
|Tax on property||-184||-101|
|Compensation to personnel|
|Salaries, remunerations, and social security costs||24,001||18,293|
|Compensation to investors and shareholders|
|Financing costs to shareholders||88,747||66,466|
|Financing costs to others||81,274||35,755|
|Support in public interest and taxes|
|Income tax from the financial period||366||822|
|Tax on property||184||101|
|ECONOMIC VALUE GENERATED||-42,074||-92,148|
*In 2014 Caruna Oy and Caruna Espoo Oy have been consolidated into the Caruna Group during the period 1 April – 31 December, Suomi Power Networks Sähkönsiirto et Cie SNC during the period 1 April – 18 June and the other companies for the whole year of 2014.
The most significant cash flows in Caruna’s business comprise electricity distribution fees, purchases from service and goods suppliers, compensation for shareholders and investors, network renewal and maintenance investments, personnel wages, and tax-like charges.
We are committed to improving our networks and the reliability of our electricity distribution activities by 2028, as required by the Electricity Market Act. We invested MEUR 173 into the development of our electricity network in 2015 and MEUR 98 in 2014.