05 Sep '17, 10am

Enel Chile seeks to buy EGP assets

Enel Chile operates 6.3GW of mostly hydroelectric and thermoelectric capacity through its 60%-owned subsidiary Enel Generacion. But its Italian parent company Enel said it has no plans to continue investing in conventional generation in Chile, instead concentrating on renewables through EGP, which has an installed capacity of more than 1GW of capacity in the country, including 475MW of wind. This situation has led to accusations of conflict of interests from minority shareholders in the Chilean businesses. In response, Enel Chile's board of directors has proposed merging the two businesses to consolidate its position as the biggest player in the country's energy market. Simplifying the group's capital structure would also increase returns to shareholders. "This merger would allow us to achieve greater synergies, more organic growth, diversify the portfolio of projects and ...

Full article: http://www.windpowermonthly.com/article/1443657/enel-chil...

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