E.on opposes zero-subsidy bid for German offshore wind

German energy group E.on will fight hard to secure a position as market leader in Germany's offshore wind market. But it will not be with zero-subsidy bids.
Photo: EON
Photo: EON

E.on Se got off to a rocky start this year as the accounts showed a decline in the adjusted net result to EUR 525 million, down from EUR 658 million in the first quarter 2016 – a 20 percent drop.

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