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Fortum makes $9.3bn bid for Uniper despite opposition

Finnish group Fortum have had a $9.3bn bid for Uniper accepted by the German utility's main shareholder and former owner, E.ON.

‘Unsolicited’ Fortum takeover bid would be unwelcome says Uniper

Fortum and E.ON said on Wednesday that they are in advanced negotiations for the sale of E.ON's fossil fuel-based power plant business Uniper. 

German government refund helps positive results for E.ON

E.ON chief executive Johannes Teyssen said the utility will increase its dividend next year after a government refund enabled the company to reduce its debt significantly.

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.

EON boss – Fossil power sector set for more M&A in shrinking market

E.ON's Johannes Teyssen was the headlining speaker at this year's FT Energy Transitions Conference in London and in a wide-ranging interview, he spoke about the likely consolidation of conventional power utilities, whether others should follow his company's example, the pros and cons of the German energy transition, and why the country now needs an Energiewende 2.0.

E.ON ‘at turning point’ after recording $17bn loss

The head of German utility E.ON, Johannes Teyssen, says a record $17bn loss by the company marks a new chapter in the company's evolution.

E.ON dismisses call for new spin-off business

A suggestion by one of E.ON's shareholders to spin off the company's power distribution business is unlikely to be heeded by management at the German utility.

E.ON and RWE opt to clear nuclear waste bill with single payment

Germany's two top power utilities have agreed with the government to pay their contribution to the country's nuclear waste storage costs in one lump sum payment.

E.ON CEO says US renewables may stall under Trump

The head of Germany's largest power utility believes investment in renewable energy in the US may be arrested by the Trump presidency.

E.ON takes $6.6bn hit on Uniper

Germany's top power utility, E.ON, has announced a loss of $10.1bn for the first nine months of the year after booking an impairment charge of $6.6bn against fossil fuel power and energy trading unit Uniper.

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