23 June 2017

RWE AG: Ad-hoc-disclosure according to Art. 17 MAR
RWE Executive Board intends special dividend amounting to EUR 1.00 per share due to the reimbursement of the Nuclear Fuel Tax

The Executive Board of RWE AG discussed the allocation of funds from the reimbursement of the Nuclear Fuel Tax which has been declared null and void by the German Federal Constitutional Court with the Supervisory Board.
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22 February 2017

RWE AG: Ad-hoc-disclosure according to Art. 17 MAR
RWE Executive Board resolves dividend proposal 2016 and gives dividend outlook

The Executive Board of RWE AG decided in its meeting today to propose to the annual general meeting on 27 April 2017 a dividend equaling the last year’s proposal amounting to EUR 0,13 per preferred share and including a suspension of the dividend for common shares.
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06 October 2016

RWE AG: Ad-hoc-disclosure according to Art. 17 MAR
Executive Board and Supervisory Board committee determine offer price and number of existing shares of innogy SE to be placed

The Executive Board of RWE Aktiengesellschaft together with the Management Board of innogy SE with the approval of the responsible Supervisory Board committees of the companies determined the offer price for shares of innogy SE at Euro 36.
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01 August 2016

RWE AG: Ad-hoc-disclosure according to Art. 17 MAR
RWE Issues Outlook for 2016 and 2017 for RWE International SE

In its meeting today, the Executive Board of RWE AG has adopted the outlook for RWE International SE for fiscal 2016 and 2017.
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17 February 2016

RWE AG: Ad-hoc-disclosure according to Art. 17 MAR
RWE Board Resolves Dividend Proposal to Strengthen Financial Power

In light of the further deterioration in the earnings prospects of the conventional electricity generation business, the Executive Board of RWE AG decided in its meeting today to propose to the annual general meeting on 20 April 2016 a dividend of EUR 0,13 per preferred share and a suspension of the dividend for ordinary shares in order to strengthen the financial power of the company. Previous year’s dividend was EUR 1 per preferred share as well as per ordinary share.
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01 December 2015

RWE AG: Ad-hoc-disclosure according to Art. 17 MAR
RWE Aktiengesellschaft: Executive Board resolves pooling of the renewable energy, grids and retail business areas in a new subsidiary and IPO of approximately 10%

The Executive Board of RWE AG has resolved on the pooling of the renewable energy, grids and retail business areas in Germany and abroad in a new subsidiary and the placement of approximately 10% of the new subsidiary by way of an initial public offering in connection with a capital increase which is expected to take place at the end of 2016. At the same or later point in time, additional stakes may be disposed. By transferring these business areas to the new subsidiary, RWE AG will create new financing and additional growth opportunities for the activities pooled in the subsidiary. The restructuring will not change the assets at RWE AG’s disposal to meet its financial commitments.

The whole transaction is subject to the approval of the Supervisory Board which is expected to decide in its meeting on 11 December 2015.
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01 March 2015

RWE AG: Ad-hoc-disclosure according to Art. 17 MAR
This pressinformation is more than two years oldDecision by DECC does not affect completion of Dea
divestment

The UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) announced yesterday
that the Secretary of State is not willing to provide a comfort letter for
the change of control on the UK business of RWE Dea.

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16 January 2015

RWE AG: Ad-hoc-disclosure according to Art. 17 MAR
This pressinformation is more than two years oldDivestment of RWE Dea to be Completed on the Basis of an Enterprise Value of ca. EUR 5.0bn by early March 2015 at the Latest

RWE and LetterOne-Group have agreed to complete the divestment of RWE Dea by early March 2015 at the latest.
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12 December 2014

RWE AG: Ad-hoc-disclosure according to Art. 17 MAR
This pressinformation is more than two years oldChange in Dividend Policy

The Executive Board of RWE AG decided in its meeting today that the dividend proposal will no longer be based solely on recurrent net income starting with the payment for fiscal 2015. So far, the dividend proposal has been oriented towards a payout ratio of 40% to 50% of recurrent net income. In the future, it will be oriented towards RWE’s operating cash flows, indebtedness and earnings position.
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29 September 2014

RWE AG: Ad-hoc-disclosure according to Art. 17 MAR
This pressinformation is more than two years oldDea Transaction - From the Closing Conditions UK

For the Closing of the sale of RWE Dea AG several consents from third
parties are outstanding.
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