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What’s on the Horizon after RWE-E.ON’s nuclear withdrawal?

Where does the decision by German utilities RWE and E.ON to pull out of the Horizon nuclear power project leave the UK's atomic energy programme?

E.ON to focus on overseas expansion

E.ON CEO Johannes Teyssen has announced the company's plan to expand into new markets outside Europe.


Hitachi and MHI merger talks stall over extent of alliance

2010: The Year in Review

The power industry suffered continued setbacks against a tumultuous economic backdrop. Several nations slashed their subsidies for renewable energy projects, while many carbon capture and storage projects were either delayed or scrapped. Gas fired generation continued to dominate conventional new build projects, while the nuclear ‘renaissance’ continued apace.


Italian company Enel has formed a joint venture with French company EDF to build and operate at least four nuclear reactors in Italy.


UK energy watchdog Ofgem has launched a formal investigation into RWE npower and the methods the UK’s fourth-biggest gas and electricity group uses to sign up customers.

Has the Commission finally levelled Europe’s playing field?

E.ON has caved in to pressure from the European Commission’s commitment to ownership unbundling by agreeing to sell its power grid and some generating assets.