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E.On clears up the past with €16bn full-year loss

Published on Wednesday 15th of March 2017 08:16:40 AM in BBC

German energy giant E.On claims it has left "the burdens of the past" behind after reporting a record €16bn (£13.9bn) full-year loss.The loss mainly reflects E.On's move away from generating electricity from fossil fuels and a greater focus on renewable energy.Charges last year included a €13bn ...

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