GDF SUEZ and E.ON: nuclear partnership in Italy

09/06/2010 10:59 Electricity Market

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GDF Suez announced yesterday the signing of a new partnership with German energy group E.ON.

The partnership aims is to explore investment opportunities in Italy’s nuclear sector. Both companies are willing to interact with local industrials and energy large consumers. They agreed to have a dialogue with the local and national authorities, as well as with the green organizations. The partnership comes as a result of the joint venture between EDF and Enel created in 2009, the main purpose being the construction of 4 out of 8 nuclear reactors planned to be built in Italy as part of the rebirth of the Italian nuclear electricity program.

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