ENDESA


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ENDESAEmpresa Nacional de Electricidad, S.A. (Spanish electric utility)
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Release date- 29082019 - Through its renewable energy subsidiary, Enel Green Power Espana (EGPE), Endesa has begun construction of 'Primoral' wind farm, which will supply power to BBVA from the end of 2019.
Starting on the effective date, the rights of Endesa Americas and Chilectra Americas shareholders to receive Enersis Americas shares in the merger will trade in Chile on the Santiago Stock Exchange until the necessary regulatory approvals are obtained.
The issuance of new shares and ADSs of the company in exchange for the shares and ADSs of Endesa AmA(c)ricas and Chilectra AmA(c)ricas are subject to certain regulatory approvals in Chile.
Corpus Christi Liquefaction LLC, a subsidiary of Cheniere Energy Inc (NYSE MKT: LNG), has signed a liquefied natural gas sale and purchase agreement with Endesa Generacion,SA, a Spain-based multinational that operates across the entire value chain of the electricity business.
The private pension funds had expressed skepticism about Enersis' plans to use the proceeds, and they had also suggested the operation might be aimed at helping Endesa's parent company, Italy's Enel, Europe's most indebted utility.
During the official hand-over ceremony, held in front of the company's new headquarters in Barcelona, Josep Maria Rovira, Director General of Endesa in Catalonia, highlighted the leadership shown by the two companies in their respective sectors,"as driving forces behind activities related to electric motoring".
Under the partnership deal, Endesa will provide electricity to the members of ASCER, as well as to those part of the National Association of Ceramic Frits, Glazes and Ceramic Pigments (ANFFECC) and Spanish Manufacturers of Machinery for the Ceramics Market (ASEBEC).
Endesa will acquire its portion of the new shares in exchange for stakes in several firms in the region, while the other shareholders can pay in cash.
6 October 2011 - Moody's today affirmed the A3 ratings of Spanish power utility Endesa's (MCE:ELE) guaranteed subsidiaries, International Endesa BV and Endesa Capital SA.
(The fight will bring about a confrontation--in a multilateral struggle--between the Spanish government, the European Commission, GN, Endesa, E.ON and Acciona) (1).