E.ON SE (EONGn.DE)
28 Aug 2015
BERLIN - Germany's E.ON plans to expand its solar and wind business in the United States, an executive said, as the utility strives to bolster its renewable energy operations ahead of a planned spin-off of its ailing fossil-fuel power plants.
BERLIN - Germany's biggest utility E.ON aims to aggressively expand its solar business and is banking on the United States where President Barack Obama has pledged to promote renewables in a bid to fight climate change.
* E.ON keeps open option to take legal action (Adds details on government role)
* H1 profit falls 13 pct, dragged lower by plants (Recasts, adds fresh CEO comment, details on nuclear)
FRANKFURT - E.ON is confident that it can sell its stake in uranium enrichment company Urenco, its chief executive said, but cautioned it was impossible say when that would happen due to the company's complex ownership structure.
* E.ON drills dry well near the Skarv field in the Norwegian Sea, well is known as Salander, or 6507/3-11 S
* Shares close 0.3 pct higher, underperforming market (Recasts, adds fresh CEO comment, analyst, shares)
FRANKFURT/BERLIN, Aug 7 - E.ON's bold move to spin-off its ailing power plants could be dealt a blow before it has even been made by a law that aims to prevent German utilities from evading the payment of billions of euros needed to fund the country's nuclear exit.
* E.ON to hold on to Italian power and gas sales ops (Recasts, adds ERG comment, details on deal)
Aug 6 - The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2045 GMT on Thursday:
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