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Germany utility E.ON has started preparations for the sale of its Italian business and will soon begin the search for a buyer, four people familiar with the matter said, at a price likely to be about 3 billion euros ($4 billion). Burdened by a
Germany (AP) Germany-based utility E.On SE says its net loss widened in the third quarter as the company faced a difficult environment for its traditional power generating business. Its net losses increased to 440 million euros ($590 million) from
Customers will be able to ask energy switching firms to continuously monitor their energy accounts to make sure they are getting the cheapest tariff, Sky News can reveal. Homeowners will be able to give the switching website the power to demand their
The bosses of the major energy companies are being questioned by MPs over recent price rise announcements, but who are they and whom do they work for?...The big six are: British Gas Size and ownership : British Gas is the UK's largest domestic energy
1 October 2013 2 View comments E.ON customers will be able to compare their energy use with that of their neighbours as part of measures to help them save on bills...Being able to snoop on our neighbours' energy bills would lead us to cut our own by
German utility company E.ON. announced Monday it started construction of an operations base for the Amrumbank West wind farm in the North Sea. The company said it started building a 19,000 square foot building on the North Sea island of Helgoland to
German Chancellor Angela Merkel. (AP) Ever since Chancellor Angela Merkel announced a phase-out of nuclear energy over the next decade and pledged to generate as much as 80% of the country's electricity from renewables by 2050, big question marks
Energy firm E.On's £3m penalty for light bulb saga Some 25 million free energy saving lightbulbs should have been distributed by E.On Energy firm E.On has been hit with a £3m penalty for failing to prove that it distributed free energy-saving light
Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images The UK chief executive of energy giant E.ON repeatedly lobbied the then-energy secretary Ed Miliband and others over the sentencing of activists disrupting the company's power plants, warning that any failure to issue "
The Public Works Authority's (Ashghal) flagship QR10bn re-sewerage project will feature in the spotlight session of upcoming Doha PowerGen conference. The Middle East conference will also discuss the region's mega upcoming projects including Jordan'