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British Energy Saga Limps On

Posted in Nuclear by Cheryl Morgan on the June 16th, 2008

The latest idea from British Energy is that, instead of selling of the company as a single unit, they will enter into a series of joint ventures with different companies over individual power stations. The idea may have some merit. Although Iberdrola have formally withdrawn their interest in buying the company, they are apparently still keen to invest in nuclear power in the UK. E.ON, RWE, Centrica, Scottish & Southern and, of course, EdF are all believed to have similar interests. Whether the joint venture idea will net British Energy the sort of money that they are not getting from EdF’s rejected bid is another matter.

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  1. Haresh Karunanayake said,

    on June 24th, 2008 at 10:58 pm

    Dear Sir / Madam

    We have a 1.6 Mega Watt Dendro Power Plant in South of Sri Lanka. We Intend to supply electricity to the national Grid. We have been qualified sell carbon credits, We are keen on have in joint venture with Morgan Energy ( British Energy ) Please send your ideas/ Comments on the following emails.

    United Dendro Energy ( Pvt ) ltd
    Sri Lanka

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