E.ON to split into two entities; will focus on renewables, distributed generation, and "customer solutions"

E.ON, the German utility giant with 61 GW of generation assets, has announced plans to split its business in two. The portion that will focus on distribution networks and renewables will retain the name "E.ON," while the currently unnamed company will include conventional generation, exploration ...

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