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Dalkia to buy two Hungarian district heating plants from E.ON

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Dalkia Energia announce today that it reached an agreement with E.ON Hungaria to buy two district heating plants in the east of Hungary by the end of next year, Hungarian news agency MTI reported.

The purchase of the plants in Debrecen and Nyiregyhaza will raise the number of Dalkia Energia's retail district heating clients from 67,000 to almost 110,000. The number institutional district heating clients it serves will rise from several thousand to tens of thousands.

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