The past five years have been difficult for shareholders of European utilities. An average decline in the share prices of nearly two-thirds as reflected by the ESTX utility index is difficult to digest. Even taking the strong dividend payments into account, the value destruction is still above 50% before inflation.

Is this the end of the traditional utility business model, or just a normal business cycle, where investors should have looked at the timing and overall valuation of utility stocks…

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