According to him, E.ON also offered to sell to the European Commission some of its electricity operations in Hungary and some other measures.
The German company law is the largest gas distributor in the Czech Republic where it employed 4,100 people at the end of last year. The company provides supplies of natural gas, electricity and other services to more than 1.6 million customers in the Czech Republic.
E.ON acquires innogi assets as part of a complex asset agreement with the German energy company RWE. E.ON is expected to mainly carry out distribution and sales of electricity and gas after the agreement, RWE mainly on the wholesale market for electricity.
The European Commission has launched an in-depth study of the planned takeover of the Innogins assets by E.ON in March. She expressed concern that the takeover could reduce competition and raise prices in some EU Member States, including the Czech Republic. Last week, the Commission announced that E.ON had offered concessions, but did not provide any information on them.
RWE had previously been authorized by the European Commission to take over electricity production from renewable sources and core from E.ON, which is also part of it all. transaction.