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EDF to boost its stake in Edison

The French electricity company EDF has inked a deal with Italian shareholders that will give it majority control in Edison, Italy’s second-biggest power supplier. Edison, which has a market value of about 4 billion euros (5.2 billion U.S. dollars), is now controlled by EDF and a group of Italian investors led by regional utility A2A, which hold their stakes through holding company Delmi. EDF unveiled in a statement that the preliminary agreement included the acquisition of Edison by EDF and the acquisition of Edipower by A2A.

read more... 30/12/2011


EDF Energy to increase its nuclear investment in UK

While the majority of energy companies are phasing out the nuclear energy, EDF Energy announces that it will increase its current 300 million pound investment on UK nuclear plants in order to adopt extra safety rules imposed by the British energy watchdog, following the Fukushima nuclear disaster.

read more... 16/12/2011


EDF Energy the most complained British energy provider

The energy regulators named EDF Energy, the French owned firm, the Britain’s worst power supplier yesterday after a 74% surge in complaints.

read more... 12/12/2011


French nuclear power plants passed safety tests

According to the French energy utility EDF, all nuclear power plants from France has passed successfully the safety tests, the report being submitted to the country's nuclear regulator ASN. The move came in the wake of Fukushima nuclear accident.

read more... 23/09/2011


EDF in the top of customers’ complaints

According to Consumer Focus watchdog, the major energy supplier, EDF has been named as Britain's most complained among power companies, mainly due to the implementation of a new billing system.

read more... 21/09/2011