E.ON is aiming for revenues of as much as four.5 billion US dollars from portfolio changes

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: E.ON headquarters in Essen, Germany, March 15, 2017. REUTERS / Thilo Schmuelgen / File Photo

FRANKFURT (Reuters) – E.ON, Europe's largest operator of energy networks, is aiming for revenues of 2 to 4 billion euros (2.3 to 4.5 billion US dollars) from plant sales and partnerships by 2026, it announced on Tuesday before its Capital markets with. Day.

In its strategy for the period 2022-2025, which also includes EUR 27 billion in investments in networks and end-customer energy, E.ON also announced that it would aim for annual savings of EUR 500 million by 2026.

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