German utility giant E.ON has released further details of the planned divestment of its power grid and 4,800MW of generating capacity.
E.ON first announced the move in February, to "offer structural remedies to the European Commission to settle ongoing antitrust cases in the electricity sector."
The utility will sell its electricity transmission system network - which has a total length of 10,000 kilometres and stretches from the Danish to Austrian borders - to an operator with no interest in the
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