by Mel Huang When the Estonian government on 27 June approved the privatisation deal for the country’s two main power plants, it brought to an end an epic that began in the mid-1990s. NRG Energy, a division of the Minnesota-based Northern States Power, won the right to a 49 per cent minority stake in the […]

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