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Germans pessimistic on energiewende success

People in Germany are more pessimistic than the rest of Europe regarding their country's progress on its energy transition, or engergiewende.

Break-up of Innogy a step closer after pacts with RWE and EON

Energy company Innogy has signed two pacts to pave the way for its integration into fellow German electricity giant E.ON.

E.ON-RWE deal on Innogy threatened

A deal between E.ON and RWE to share RWE's subsidiary Innogy is seeing some resistance in Germany.

E.ON and RWE management rule out merger

A potential merger of Germany's two largest utilities has been ruled out by its respective managements.

E.ON to shed 5,000 jobs as part of Innogy deal

E.ON will shed around 5,000 jobs as part of its deal with RWE to take over the latter's Innogy business.

Political motives suspected as Innogy CFO seriously injured in acid attack

Police are investigating possible links to ecological protestors, after a top German utility executive was the victim of an acid attack in Haan, outside Dusseldorf, on Sunday morning.

E.ON shifts focus to compensate for nuclear phase-out

Management at E.ON are planning a new emphasis on its renewables, networks and retail business to compensate for the ending of its nuclear...

E.ON chief attacks government on carbon price failure

The head of E.ON, Johannes Teyssen has launched a scathing attack on the German government for its failure to deliver an effective carbon reduction strategy.

E.ON confirms sale of stake in Uniper to Fortum

E.ON announced on Monday the sale of its 47 per cent stake in offshoot Uniper to Fortum.

Strong results for E.ON

E.ON looks to have turned the corner, after recording a capital increase of $1.56bn in its latest quarterly results.

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