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E.ON to merge three subsidiaries

German multi-utility group E.ON is to merge three of its subsidiaries in North Germany, a spokesman for one of the affected units said Monday.

E.ON completes Powergen acquisition

E.ON today announced the completion of its deal to buy UK power group Powergen, following the agreement of regulators in the UK, Europe and the US.

E.ON’s quest for a single market

E.ON’s bid for Endesa looks good on paper but increased scrutiny of market consolidation in Europe means that the company may yet be thwarted by the muscles of Brussels

E.ON extending microgen collaboration

A subsidiary of solid oxide fuel cell company Ceramic Fuel Cells Limited (CFCL) and German utility group E.ON have extended their exclusive agreement to further develop and deploy fuel cell micro combined heat and power (mCHP) units in the UK.

E.ON in m-CHP push

A subsidiary of Energetix Group plc has signed a collaboration deal with E.ON Engineering Limited and a major, un-named, European appliance manufacturer with the aim of potentially producing mass-market micro-CHP units.

Lightsource bp secures funds for ambitious 25GW solar strategy

Lightsource bp has secured a new $1.8 billion revolving credit facility and trade finance facility that will be used to develop 25GW of solar by 2025.

E.ON moves into US market

In April, E.ON finally opened its war chest with an agreement to buy Powergen. Siân Green examines the deal which will make E.ON the world's second-largest power utility and save Powergen from its debt.

E.ON offshoot eyed by RWE

RWE is set to play the long game in making a bid for assets owned by Uniper, an offshoot of German power sector rival E.ON.

E.ON and Samsung to collaborate on storage

Germany's top utility E.ON and South Korea's Samsung SDI have signed up to a partnership in the field of energy storage.

E.ON’s Uniper a target for purchase

Germany's Uniper, which is E.ONs power plant and energy trading business could be subject to a potential takeover, due to its small size, according to Goldman Sachs analysis.