Utility rivals

Turning Up the Heat

RWE Source Handelsblatt
Peter Terium, CEO at RWE, and Johannes Teyssen, CEO at E.ON.
  • Why it matters

    Why it matters

    Finding the right strategy is the key for big utility companies to survive and thrive during Germany’s transition to renewable energies.

  • Facts


    • RWE’s stock price has fallen to its lowest level in 24 years.
    • E.ON is splitting its coal, gas and nuclear power plants in a new company called Uniper.
    • Both companies are being hit by declining profits in conventional energy production.
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