E.on bids farewell to fossil past with huge debt

E.on's last year of oil and nuclear power on the books has prompted historically large losses for the German energy conglomerate. Now it is time to look ahead, says CEO Johannes Teyssen.

Divesting of its oil and nuclear businesses in 2016 has proved a costly venture for E.on, reveals the annual report recently released by the German conglomerate.

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