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Czechs to take over significant UK power plant

Prague-based EPH is poised to take over Eggborough power plant in the UK, subject to approval at EU level.

Vattenfall lignite sale comes under EU state aid microscope

Attempts by Sweden's state-owned power giant Vattenfall to offload its German lignite operations appear to have been stalled at the EU level, according to reports in Germany.

E.ON announces sale of coal and gas power generation assets in Italy

E.ON has decided to sell its Italian coal and gas generation assets to Czech energy company Energeticky a Prumyslovy Holding.

Centrica gas power sale may herald more consolidation

The sale of two gas-fired power plants by UK-based Centrica to Czech-based EPH has been approved by the European Commission with some analysts predicting it as heralding the commencement of larger consolidations in the EU power sector.

Czechs compete E.ON Italy asset purchase

EPH has completed the purchase of E.ON's coal- and gas-fired power plants in Italy after agreeing to the deal in January.

Sweden approves Vattenfall coal plant sell-off

The Swedish government has approved Vattenfall's sale of coal power plants and mining assets in Germany to Czech group EPH.

RWE rules out purchase of Vattenfall coal power plants

Germany's largest lignite producer, RWE, will not be taking over the lignite-fired power plants, currently being offered for sale by Swedish competitor Vattenfall.

Vattenfall’s German coal plants targeted by Czech interests

EPH and PPF, two privately owned Czech energy companies along with the country's chief investment group PPF, are to bid for a portfolio of German lignite and hydroelectric power stations being sold by Sweden's Vattenfall.

Polish consortium in talks over EDF plants

French utility EDF is in talks with a Polish consortium over the potential sale of its combined heat and power plants in Poland.

NRG Energy exits Europe with sale of German power plant

NRG Energy Incorporated of the US has sold its minority ownership interest in Schkopau, a 900 MW coal fired power station, marking the power company's exit from the European power market.