According to Hungarian media, German RWE is considering the sale of its majority stake in Hungary’s second-largest thermal power plant and related coalmines, as the company reviews its struggling electricity generation assets across Europe.
RWE spokesperson briefly replied to media reports, saying that the company is currently looking at all strategic options, which also includes the sale of the majority stake in the plant. RWE’s minority partner in Matrai Eromu EnBW said that it is also looking at all options for its non-core assets, but refused to comment on individual holdings. RWE currently holds 50.9 % stake in Matrai Eromu, while EnBW has 21.7 % of the shares.
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Tags: electricity, EnBW, Hungary, Matra, Matrai Eromu, MVM, RWE, TPP