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Interview: Matthias Hartung, RWE Generation

The chief executive of RWE Generation and RWE Power talks about the Energiewende, the outlook for coal and renewables and his own future strategies for RWE.

RWE chief says more plants may close without regulatory change

The head of RWE Generation says more of its power plants may have to be closed unless positive regulatory measures are introduced.

More plants to be mothballed by RWE

German utility RWE is set to take yet more power plants off the grid as it continues to struggle with the challenge of renewables and sharply reduced prices at the electricity exchange.

RWE Generation chief confirmed for POWER-GEN Europe

POWER-GEN Europe and its co-located event Renewable Energy World Europe, the leading conference and exhibition for the international power and renewable industries, have confirmed that the first two speakers for its highly anticipated joint opening keynote session.

RWE creates new company for European conventional plants

Energy company RWE has bundled all of its conventional power plants in Germany, the UK and The Netherlands into a new firm called RWE Generation.

POWER-GEN Europe and Renewable Energy World Europe announce third keynote speaker for 2014 conference in Cologne

POWER-GEN Europe and its co-located event Renewable Energy World Europe, the leading conference and exhibition for the international power and renewable industries, has confirmed Dr Martin Giesen, Executive Chairman of the Board of Advanced Power AG as the third speaker for the highly anticipated keynote address.

RWE chief says company won’t split

The chief executive of RWE Power Generation, Matthias Hartung, says that the company will not be dividing in two in an attempt to cope with the market conditions that have dogged European utilities in recent years.

Lignite power plants to take up 50 per cent of German cap reserve

The head of RWE generation believes half of German capacity reserve will be drawn from his company’s lignite coal-fired power plant fleet.

Germany passes power market reform

Germany's cabinet this week approved a power market reform plan that includes placing older lignite-fired plants on standby.

Giesen slams ‘deadly mix’ that has killed confidence, trust and profits

A blistering attack on the rise in renewables’ subsidies and the phase-out of nuclear power was delivered in Cologne yesterday by Martin Giesen, chairman of Advanced Power.

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