VEAG

AcronymDefinition
VEAGVereinigte Energiewerke AG (Germany)
VEAGVontobel Europe Alpha Generator (finance)
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The Power Generation unit supplied VEAG with a five-cylinder turbine together with the associated condensers, generator and other accessories three years ago.
In Germany, E.ON has a market share of around 25% and competes with REW/VEW, VEAG and EdF/EnBW.
The winner or winners will acquire a majority stake in the former East German generator Veag, Laubag lignite mines and the smaller regional operator Envia Energie.
Both still need to make arrangements with Berlin and Eastern German grid operators Bewag and Veag. EEX repeated its ambition to establish a European-wide trading platform, beginning with the Swiss and Austrian markets.
To do this, they are going to transfer the 32.5% and the 48.75% held by them, respectively, in the Veag company, pursuant to an injunction by the competition authorities.
On the one hand, Germany will be granted a conditional derogation for VEAG's lignite-fired power plants in its Eastern part and Luxembourg will be allowed an exemption from the obligation of publishing detailed accounts.
As a consequence of the sale of the firms' holding in the East German-interconnected firm Vereinigte Energiewerke AG (VEAG) and the lignite-maker, Laubag, Veag will become "independent of the West German-interconnected companies", the Commission concluded.The Commission stressed its decision was based on Veba/ Viag and RWE/VEW both controlling more than 80% of national power generation and more than 80% of the power grid in Germany.
PreussenElektra, Bayernwerk and RWE jointly control the East-German electricity generator VEAG. RWE intends to merge with the electricity company VEW and notified this transaction to the German Cartel Office Bundeskartellamt at the end of 1999.
PreussenElektra, Bayernwerk and RWE jointly control the East-German electricity generator VEAG. RWE intends to merge with the electricity company VEW and has notified this transaction to the Bundeskartellamt at the end of 1999.The Commission explained that after the mergers of Veba and Viag on the one hand, and RWE/VEW on the other hand, both groups would control more than 80% of national power generation and more than 80% of the power grid in Germany.
German utility Veag will be able to derogate to the provisions of the Electricity Directive until 2003...