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Innogy SE (IGY.DE)

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Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

Feb 23 The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2100 GMT on Friday:

Innogy denies report that board will discuss M&A options

FRANKFURT/MADRID, Feb 23 German energy group Innogy on Friday denied a media report saying that its supervisory board would discuss a possible sale to rivals Iberdrola or Enel at its next meeting in March.

UPDATE 1-Innogy enters Australian solar market with 460 MW projects

* Solar plants to start operation in late 2019 (Adds context on strategy, details on deal)

Innogy to equip Deutsche Post's DHL with e-charging stations

ESSEN, Germany, Feb 6 German energy group Innogy has entered a partnership with Deutsche Post to equip the logistics group's DHL unit with infrastructure to charge its Streetscooter electric minivans, a board member said.

Vietnam's FPT unit signs $100 million deal with Innogy to provide technological solutions

HANOI Vietnam's tech firm FPT Corp says its unit FPT Software signed a $100 million contract with Innogy SE to provide technological solutions for Innogy, FPT said on Thursday.

Vietnam's FPT unit signs $100 mln deal with Innogy to provide technological solutions

HANOI, Jan 25 Vietnam's tech firm FPT Corp says its unit FPT Software signed a $100 mln contract with Innogy SE to provide technological solutions for Innogy, FPT said on Thursday.

Innogy in talks with potential partners over 2 billion pound wind farm

ESSEN, Germany German energy group Innogy is trying to win financing partners for its planned £2 billion British offshore wind farm Triton Knoll, a group executive said.

UPDATE 1-Innogy in talks with potential partners over $2.8 bln wind farm

* To expand U.S. renewable business further (Adds executive comments, details on U.S. market)

UPDATE 1-Germany's Innogy looks for cost cuts after CEO's departure

* No need for additional equity measures (Recasts, adds context on capex, details)

Innogy enters U.S. wind market with 2 GW portfolio buy

FRANKFURT German energy group Innogy said on Friday it had signed a deal buy onshore wind power projects with more than 2 gigawatts capacity in the United States, its first acquisition in the world's second-largest wind power market.

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