German utility Uniper exits European lignite generation business with Schkopau stake sale

Published 10:26 on February 22, 2020  /  Last updated at 10:38 on February 22, 2020  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

Uniper on Friday inked a deal to sell its stake in the 900MW Schkopau power plant to partner Saale Energie, a subsidiary of the Czechia's EPH, with the agreement completing the German utility's exit from European lignite generation.

Uniper on Friday inked a deal to sell its stake in the 900MW Schkopau power plant to partner Saale Energie, a subsidiary of the Czechia’s EPH, with the agreement completing the German utility’s exit from European lignite generation.

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