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Centrica offloads two gas-fired power plants to EPH

Centrica are in the process of selling the Langage and South Humber Bank gas-fired power plants to Czech company EPH.

EPH applies to change Eggborough plant from coal to gas power

EPH have applied for permission to transform the 53-year old Eggborough coal power station in the UK to a 2,500 MW gas-fired power plant on the site.

EPH chief explains rationale for coal power acquisitions

The chief executive of Czech utility EPH has been outlining the reasons why his company has gone against the grain in purchasing coal-fired power plants around Europe at a time when the trend is going in the other direction.

Vattenfall coal sale to EPH finalised

The sale of Vattenfall’s German coal-fired power assets to Czech energy company Energetický a průmyslový (EPH) and its non-operational financial partner PPF Investments (PPFI) has finally gone through.
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EPH moves closer to German coal acquisition but barriers remain

EPH has taken the next step in finalising a deal to take over Vattenfall’s lignite mines and coal-fired power generation assets in Germany, despite concerns over state aid and the legitimacy of the merger approval process.

EPH bid for Rybnik coal-fired power plant

EPH has reportedly placed a bid to take over EDF’s Rybnik coal-fired power plant in Poland, according to local media.

EPH confirms acquisition of Vattenfall lignite assets

EPH has agreed to buy loss-making lignite coal mines and an associated 8000 MW of coal-fired power plants in Germany from state-owned Swedish utility Vattenfall.

EPH last man standing in acquisition of Vattenfall’s lignite plants

Czech Republic’s EPH has outlasted rival bids to win the bid to take over Vattenfall’s German lignite mine and power assets.

Message from the New Chairman of WADE, Stephen A. Zilonis

As Chairman of the World Alliance for Decentralized Energy (WADE), it is my pleasure to inform you about some of our plans for the future and invite you to be part of our leadership team.

Brazil telephone firms warn of power problems

Electric power rationing could cause the collapse of Brazil's telephone system, warned Arnaldo Tibyrica, a director of the national association of cellular service companies (Acel). Mobile and fixed line operators are asking to be designated essential services in order to get a better deal than the 20% cut in electricity use the government has decreed. (By an OGJ Online Correspondent)

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