Germany’s E.ON to buy UK’s Powergen; adds US access

HOUSTON, Apr. 10, 2001—Germany’s E.ON AG said it will acquire the UK’s Powergen PLC in a 8.2 billion euro ($7.41 billion) deal that will create the world’s second largest electricity service provider, after state-owned Electricite de France.

HARRISBURG, Pa., April 10, 2001 — Midwest Generation of Chicago has become the newest member of the Electric Power Generation Association (EPGA), the chairman of the generation group announced today.

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