E.ON SE (EONGn.DE)
ISTANBUL, May 22 - Germany's RWE and E.ON and Austria's OMV are among utilities looking to offload Turkish power plants, bankers and industry sources say, as a tumbling lira and low electricity prices wipe out profits.
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DUESSELDORF, Germany, April 16 - E.ON said it could float Turkish power producer Enerjisa, of which it owns 50 percent.
DUESSELDORF, Germany - Germany's E.ON suffered its biggest ever annual loss after booking billions of euros in charges on its ailing power plants, clearing the way for it to spin off these assets that are suffering from ultra-low wholesale prices. | Video
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