Germany's Innogy suffers setback after weak wind year

Innogy booked declines across the board and blames circumstances such as a lack of wind. The CEO projects progress for 2017 where investments of billions will be made in renewable energy.

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2016 was a year marked by setbacks at Innogy, RWE's listed subsidiary for renewable energy. The company writes that low wind levels had a negative impact on the result.

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