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Centrica sells its last, large power plants

British utility Centrica has sold its last two, large power plants. Going forward, the company will concentrate on green solutions and smaller, but more effective, plants.

A few years ago, Centrica was one Europe's largest operators of big, central power plants, based on coal and gas. Today, the company has no more large power plants left.

The dramatic change is not an expression of Centrica losing its economic grip on the power plants. The divestments were voluntary and part of a major, strategical shift at Centrica, reports Financial Times.

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