Utility RWE splits into two to focus on renewables, following E.ON: Who is next?

Major European utility RWE has officially confirmed that it will split into two: It is separating its conventional fossil-fuel generation assets from its so-called energy group of the future, which will focus on renewables and "innovative, decentralized energy." The half of the company focused on...

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