Group Principles of Remuneration

Orrön Energy aims to offer all employees compensation packages that are competitive and in line with market conditions. These packages are designed to ensure that the Group can recruit, motivate and retain highly skilled individuals and reward performance that enhances shareholder value.

The Group’s compensation packages consist of four elements, being (i) base salary; (ii) annual variable remuneration; (iii) long-term incentive plan (LTIP); and (iv) other benefits. As part of the yearly assessment process, a Performance Management Process has been established to align individual and team performance to the strategic and operational goals and objectives of the overall business. Individual performance measures are formally agreed and key elements of variable remuneration are clearly linked to the achievement of such stated and agreed performance measures.

External benchmarks for total remuneration are acquired when the Compensation Committee considers it necessary, consisting of one or more sets of companies that compete with the Company for talent, taking into consideration factors like size, complexity, geography and business profile when determining such peer groups.

Policy on Remuneration for Group Management

The remuneration of Group management follows the principles that are applicable to all employees, however, these principles must be approved by the shareholders at the AGM. The Compensation Committee therefore prepares yearly for approval by the Board and for submission for final approval to the AGM, a Policy on Remuneration for Group management. Based on the approved Policy on Remuneration, the Compensation Committee subsequently proposes to the Board for approval the remuneration and other terms of employment of the CEO. The CEO, in turn, proposes to the Compensation Committee, for approval by the Board, the remuneration and other terms of employment of the other members of Group management.
The yearly variable remuneration for Group management is assessed against annual performance targets that reflect the key drivers for value creation and growth in shareholder value. These annual performance targets include delivery against specific power generation, investment, financial, ESG and strategic targets. Each member of Group management is set different performance weightings against each of the specific targets reflecting their influence on the performance outcome. The performance target structure and specific targets are reviewed annually by the Compensation Committee to ensure that it aligns with the strategic direction and risk appetite of the Company and the performance target structure and specific targets are approved by the Board.
Within the Policy on Remuneration, the Board of Directors may approve annual variable remuneration in excess of 12 months’ base salary in circumstances or in respect of performance which it considered to be exceptional.

Remuneration documents