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Egyptian Electricity Holding Company (EEHC)

Egyptian Electricity Holding Company (EEHC) is a state-owned electric utility headquartered in Egypt. In 2018, its revenue was US$9.6 billion and installed capacity was 55.2 GW in 2018. It is responsible for all aspects of electricity generation, transmission and distribution in Egypt. EEHC shows no evidence of engagement with any aspect of the low-carbon transition.

Ranking position
#50 /50
Total score
0.7 /20
Narrative Score
Trend Score
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Performance module name Performance module score Rank (0-50)


0.0 /4 #33

Material Investment

0.0 /7 #48

Intangible Investment

0.0 /2 #19


0.0 /4 #44

Policy Engagement

0.4 /1 #26

Business Model

0.3 /2 #47

Leading practices

No leading practices were identified for this company.

Risks and opportunities


EEHC is awarded a trend score of -. If the company were reassessed in the near future, its score would almost certainly worsen. With no targets or transition plan and a predominantly fossil fuel portfolio, EEHC is committed to a high-carbon pathway. Absolute emissions and emissions intensity – that is, the amount of greenhouse gas emissions produced for every unit of electricity – are both forecast to increase over the coming years as significant new fossil fuel capacity is added. There is no indication that EEHC will begin engaging with climate issues or transitioning to a low-carbon pathway any time soon.

Progress towards the Paris Agreement

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  1. 2021
  2. 2023

More about the company

Cairo, Egypt
Ownership structure
Group revenue
US$9.6 billion (2018)
Installed capacity
55.2 GW (2018)