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GERMANY/
RTR2D6IA 
April 27, 2010 
CEO of German energy supplier E.ON, Wulf Bernotat stands on a platform at the new offshore wind energy... 
Norddeich, Germany 
CEO of German energy supplier E.ON, Bernotat stands on a platform at the new offshore wind energy park... 
CEO of German energy supplier E.ON, Wulf Bernotat stands on a platform at the new offshore wind energy park Alpha Ventus in the North Sea, about 45 kilometres (27 miles) north of the island of Borkum, April 27, 2010. The Alpha Ventus wind farm with 12 '5-Megawatt-class' wind energy mills, starts its production on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ingo Wagner/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT HEADSHOT) 
GERMANY/
RTR2D6I1 
April 27, 2010 
CEO of German energy supplier E.ON, Wulf Bernotat (R) and German Environment Minister Norbert Roettgen... 
Norddeich, Germany 
CEO of German energy supplier E.ON, Bernotat and German Environment Minister Roettgen stand on a platform... 
CEO of German energy supplier E.ON, Wulf Bernotat (R) and German Environment Minister Norbert Roettgen stand on a platform at the new offshore wind energy park Alpha Ventus in the North Sea, about 45 kilometres (27 miles) north of the island of Borkum, April 27, 2010. The Alpha Ventus wind farm with 12 '5-Megawatt-class' wind energy mills, starts its production on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ingo Wagner/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT) 
GERMANY/
RTXS7Q6 
April 27, 2010 
CEO of German energy supplier E.ON CEO, Wulf Bernotat, German Environment Minister Norbert Roettgen,... 
Norddeich, Germany 
Officials press the symbolic green button on a platform at the new offshore wind energy park Alpha Ventus... 
CEO of German energy supplier E.ON CEO, Wulf Bernotat, German Environment Minister Norbert Roettgen, Werner Brinker, CEO of German energy supplier EWE and the head od Vattenfall Europe Tuomo Hatakka press the symbolic green button on a platform at the new offshore wind energy park Alpha Ventus in the North Sea, about 45 kilometres (27 miles) north of the island of Borkum, April 27, 2010. The Alpha Ventus wind farm with 12 '5-Megawatt-class' wind energy mills, starts its production on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ingo Wagner/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT) 
GERMANY/
RTXS7Q4 
April 27, 2010 
CEO of German energy supplier E.ON CEO, Wulf Bernotat, German Environment Minister Norbert Roettgen,... 
Norddeich, Germany 
Officials press the symbolic green button on a platform at the new offshore wind energy park Alpha Ventus... 
CEO of German energy supplier E.ON CEO, Wulf Bernotat, German Environment Minister Norbert Roettgen, Werner Brinker, CEO of German energy supplier EWE and the head od Vattenfall Europe Tuomo Hatakka press the symbolic green button on a platform at the new offshore wind energy park Alpha Ventus in the North Sea, about 45 kilometres (27 miles) north of the island of Borkum, April 27, 2010. The Alpha Ventus wind farm with 12 '5-Megawatt-class' wind energy mills, starts its production on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ingo Wagner/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT) 
GERMANY/
RTR2D6HO 
April 27, 2010 
CEO of German energy supplier E.ON CEO, Wulf Bernotat, German Environment Minister Norbert Roettgen,... 
Norddeich, Germany 
Officials press the symbolic green button on a platform at the new offshore wind energy park Alpha Ventus... 
CEO of German energy supplier E.ON CEO, Wulf Bernotat, German Environment Minister Norbert Roettgen, Werner Brinker, CEO of German energy supplier EWE and the head od Vattenfall Europe Tuomo Hatakka press the symbolic green button on a platform at the new offshore wind energy park Alpha Ventus in the North Sea, about 45 kilometres (27 miles) north of the island of Borkum, April 27, 2010. The Alpha Ventus wind farm with 12 '5-Megawatt-class' wind energy mills, starts its production on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ingo Wagner/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT) 
GERMANY/
RTR2D6HM 
April 27, 2010 
CEO of German energy supplier E.ON CEO, Wulf Bernotat, German Environment Minister Norbert Roettgen,... 
Norddeich, Germany 
Officials press the symbolic green button on a platform at the new offshore wind energy park Alpha Ventus... 
CEO of German energy supplier E.ON CEO, Wulf Bernotat, German Environment Minister Norbert Roettgen, Werner Brinker, CEO of German energy supplier EWE and the head od Vattenfall Europe Tuomo Hatakka press the symbolic green button on a platform at the new offshore wind energy park Alpha Ventus in the North Sea, about 45 kilometres (27 miles) north of the island of Borkum, April 27, 2010. The Alpha Ventus wind farm with 12 '5-Megawatt-class' wind energy mills, starts its production on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ingo Wagner/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT) 
EON/EARNINGS
RTR2BGSV 
March 10, 2010 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON is pictured during the annual news conference... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON is pictured during the annual news conference... 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON is pictured during the annual news conference in Duesseldorf, March 10, 2010. Germany's E.ON, the world's largest utility by sales, joined rivals such as GDF Suez and gave a more cautious outlook on 2010 earnings as the financial crisis hits prices and demand. REUTERS/Kirsten Neumann (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
EON/EARNINGS
RTR2BGB5 
March 10, 2010 
Wulf Bernotat (R), chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON is pictured with his successor Johannes... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Bernotat chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON is pictured with his successor Teyssen after... 
Wulf Bernotat (R), chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON is pictured with his successor Johannes Teyssen after the annual news conference in Duesseldorf, March 10, 2010. Germany's E.ON, the world's largest utility by sales, joined rivals such as GDF Suez and gave a more cautious outlook on 2010 earnings as the financial crisis hits prices and demand. REUTERS/Kirsten Neumann (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
EON/EARNINGS
RTR2BGA2 
March 10, 2010 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON poses next to a natural gas-powered car... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON poses next to a natural gas-powered car after... 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON poses next to a natural gas-powered car after the annual news conference of E.ON in Duesseldorf March 10, 2010. Germany's E.ON, the world's largest utility by sales, joined rivals such as GDF Suez and gave a more cautious outlook on 2010 earnings as the financial crisis hits prices and demand. REUTERS/Kirsten Neumann (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
EON/EARNINGS
RTR2BG9Z 
March 10, 2010 
Johannes Teyssen is pictured before the annual news conference of the German utility giant E.ON in Duesseldorf... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Teyssen is pictured before the annual news conference of the German utility giant E.ON in Duesseldorf... 
Johannes Teyssen is pictured before the annual news conference of the German utility giant E.ON in Duesseldorf March 10, 2010. Theyssen is due to replace Wulf Bernotat as chief executive of E.ON in May 2010. REUTERS/Kirsten Neumann (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
EON/EARNINGS
RTR2BG9V 
March 10, 2010 
Johannes Teyssen poses on a scooter after the annual news conference of the German utility giant E.ON... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Teyssen poses on a scooter after the annual news conference of the German utility giant E.ON in Duesseldorf... 
Johannes Teyssen poses on a scooter after the annual news conference of the German utility giant E.ON in Duesseldorf March 10, 2010. Theyssen is due to replace Wulf Bernotat as chief executive of E.ON in May 2010. REUTERS/Kirsten Neumann (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
EON/EARNINGS
RTR2BG9P 
March 10, 2010 
Johannes Teyssen poses next to a natural gas-powered car after the annual news conference of the German... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Teyssen poses next to a natural gas-powered car after the annual news conference of the German utility... 
Johannes Teyssen poses next to a natural gas-powered car after the annual news conference of the German utility giant E.ON in Duesseldorf March 10, 2010. Theyssen is due to replace Wulf Bernotat as chief executive of E.ON in May 2010. REUTERS/Kirsten Neumann (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
EON/EARNINGS
RTR2BG5X 
March 10, 2010 
Wulf Bernotat (R), chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON is pictured with his successor Johannes... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Bernotat chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON is pictured with his successor Teyssen during... 
Wulf Bernotat (R), chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON is pictured with his successor Johannes Teyssen during the annual news conference in Duesseldorf, March 10, 2010. Germany's E.ON, the world's largest utility by sales, joined rivals such as GDF Suez and gave a more cautious outlook on 2010 earnings as the financial crisis hits prices and demand. REUTERS/Kirsten Neumann (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
EON/EARNINGS
RTR2BG5T 
March 10, 2010 
Wulf Bernotat (R), chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON is pictured with his successor Johannes... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Bernotat chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON is pictured with his successor Teyssen during... 
Wulf Bernotat (R), chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON is pictured with his successor Johannes Teyssen during the annual news conference in Duesseldorf, March 10, 2010. Germany's E.ON, the world's largest utility by sales, joined rivals such as GDF Suez and gave a more cautious outlook on 2010 earnings as the financial crisis hits prices and demand. REUTERS/Kirsten Neumann (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
EON/EARNINGS
RTR2BG5Q 
March 10, 2010 
Wulf Bernotat (R), chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON is pictured with his successor Johannes... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Bernotat chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON is pictured with his successor Teyssen during... 
Wulf Bernotat (R), chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON is pictured with his successor Johannes Teyssen during the annual news conference in Duesseldorf, March 10, 2010. Germany's E.ON, the world's largest utility by sales, joined rivals such as GDF Suez and gave a more cautious outlook on 2010 earnings as the financial crisis hits prices and demand. REUTERS/Kirsten Neumann (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
EON/EARNINGS
RTR2BG58 
March 10, 2010 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON is pictured before the annual news conference... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON is pictured before the annual news conference... 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON is pictured before the annual news conference in Duesseldorf, March 10, 2010. Germany's E.ON, the world's largest utility by sales, joined rivals such as GDF Suez and gave a more cautious outlook on 2010 earnings as the financial crisis hits prices and demand. REUTERS/Kirsten Neumann (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
EON/EARNINGS
RTR2BG57 
March 10, 2010 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON is pictured before the annual news conference... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON is pictured before the annual news conference... 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON is pictured before the annual news conference in Duesseldorf, March 10, 2010. Germany's E.ON, the world's largest utility by sales, joined rivals such as GDF Suez and gave a more cautious outlook on 2010 earnings as the financial crisis hits prices and demand. REUTERS/Kirsten Neumann (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
EON/EARNINGS
RTR2BG55 
March 10, 2010 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON is pictured before the annual news conference... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON is pictured before the annual news conference... 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON is pictured before the annual news conference in Duesseldorf, March 10, 2010. Germany's E.ON, the world's largest utility by sales, joined rivals such as GDF Suez and gave a more cautious outlook on 2010 earnings as the financial crisis hits prices and demand. REUTERS/Kirsten Neumann (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
EON/EARNINGS
RTR2BG54 
March 10, 2010 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON is pictured before the annual news conference... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON is pictured before the annual news conference... 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON is pictured before the annual news conference in Duesseldorf, March 10, 2010. Germany's E.ON, the world's largest utility by sales, joined rivals such as GDF Suez and gave a more cautious outlook on 2010 earnings as the financial crisis hits prices and demand. REUTERS/Kirsten Neumann (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
EON/EARNINGS
RTR2BG50 
March 10, 2010 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON is pictured before the annual news conference... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON is pictured before the annual news conference... 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON is pictured before the annual news conference in Duesseldorf, March 10, 2010. Germany's E.ON, the world's largest utility by sales, joined rivals such as GDF Suez and gave a more cautious outlook on 2010 earnings as the financial crisis hits prices and demand. REUTERS/Kirsten Neumann (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
GERMANY/
RTR258DL 
July 01, 2009 
Wulf Bernotat, CEO of German power utility E.ON, smokes a cigarette before celebrations marking the 50th... 
Berlin, Germany 
EON CEO Bernotat smokes a cigarette in Berlin 
Wulf Bernotat, CEO of German power utility E.ON, smokes a cigarette before celebrations marking the 50th anniversary of the German Atomic Forum (DAtF) in Berlin July 1, 2009. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY POLITICS ENERGY) 
EON/
RTXERZV 
May 06, 2009 
Wulf Bernotat, CEO of German power utility E.ON poses during the general meeting in Essen May 6, 2009.... 
Essen, Germany 
Bernotat, CEO of German power utility E.ON poses during the general meeting in Essen 
Wulf Bernotat, CEO of German power utility E.ON poses during the general meeting in Essen May 6, 2009. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY BUSINESS) 
EON/
RTXERZS 
May 06, 2009 
Wulf Bernotat, CEO of German power utility E.ON poses during the general meeting in Essen May 6, 2009.... 
Essen, Germany 
Bernotat, CEO of German power utility E.ON poses during the general meeting in Essen 
Wulf Bernotat, CEO of German power utility E.ON poses during the general meeting in Essen May 6, 2009. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY BUSINESS) 
EON/
RTXERZR 
May 06, 2009 
Wulf Bernotat (L), CEO of German power utility E.ON and Supervisory Board Ulrich Hartmann pose during... 
Essen, Germany 
Bernotat, CEO of German power utility E.ON and Supervisory Board Hartmann pose during the general meeting... 
Wulf Bernotat (L), CEO of German power utility E.ON and Supervisory Board Ulrich Hartmann pose during the general meeting in Essen May 6, 2009. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY BUSINESS) 
EON/
RTXERZO 
May 06, 2009 
Wulf Bernotat (L), CEO of German power utility E.ON and Supervisory Board Ulrich Hartmann pose during... 
Essen, Germany 
Bernotat, CEO of German power utility E.ON and Supervisory Board Hartmann pose during the general meeting... 
Wulf Bernotat (L), CEO of German power utility E.ON and Supervisory Board Ulrich Hartmann pose during the general meeting in Essen May 6, 2009. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY BUSINESS) 
EON/
RTXERZL 
May 06, 2009 
Wulf Bernotat (L), CEO of German power utility E.ON and Supervisory Board Ulrich Hartmann pose during... 
Essen, Germany 
Bernotat, CEO of German power utility E.ON and Supervisory Board Hartmann pose during the general meeting... 
Wulf Bernotat (L), CEO of German power utility E.ON and Supervisory Board Ulrich Hartmann pose during the general meeting in Essen May 6, 2009. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY BUSINESS) 
EON/
RTXERZB 
May 06, 2009 
Wulf Bernotat, CEO of German power utility E.ON attends the general meeting in Essen May 6, 2009. REUTERS/Ina... 
Essen, Germany 
Bernotat, CEO of German power utility E.ON attends the general meeting in Essen 
Wulf Bernotat, CEO of German power utility E.ON attends the general meeting in Essen May 6, 2009. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY BUSINESS) 
EON/
RTXERZ7 
May 06, 2009 
Wulf Bernotat, CEO of German power utility E.ON attends the general meeting in Essen May 6, 2009. REUTERS/Ina... 
Essen, Germany 
Bernotat, CEO of German power utility E.ON attends the general meeting in Essen 
Wulf Bernotat, CEO of German power utility E.ON attends the general meeting in Essen May 6, 2009. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY BUSINESS) 
EON/
RTXERZ6 
May 06, 2009 
Wulf Bernotat, CEO of German power utility E.ON attends the general meeting in Essen May 6, 2009. REUTERS/Ina... 
Essen, Germany 
Bernotat, CEO of German power utility E.ON attends the general meeting in Essen 
Wulf Bernotat, CEO of German power utility E.ON attends the general meeting in Essen May 6, 2009. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY BUSINESS) 
EON/
RTXERZ4 
May 06, 2009 
Wulf Bernotat, CEO of German power utility E.ON makes a speech during the general meeting in Essen May... 
Essen, Germany 
Bernotat, CEO of German power utility E.ON makes a speech during the general meeting in Essen 
Wulf Bernotat, CEO of German power utility E.ON makes a speech during the general meeting in Essen May 6, 2009. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY BUSINESS) 
EON/
RTXERZ2 
May 06, 2009 
Wulf Bernotat, CEO of German power utility E.ON makes a speech during the general meeting in Essen May... 
Essen, Germany 
Bernotat, CEO of German power utility E.ON makes a speech during the general meeting in Essen 
Wulf Bernotat, CEO of German power utility E.ON makes a speech during the general meeting in Essen May 6, 2009. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY BUSINESS) 
EON/
RTXERZ1 
May 06, 2009 
Wulf Bernotat, CEO of German power utility E.ON makes a speech during the general meeting in Essen May... 
Essen, Germany 
Bernotat, CEO of German power utility E.ON makes a speech during the general meeting in Essen 
Wulf Bernotat, CEO of German power utility E.ON makes a speech during the general meeting in Essen May 6, 2009. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY BUSINESS) 
GERMANY/
RTXCKQD 
March 10, 2009 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON addresses the company's annual news conference... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON addresses the company's annual news conference... 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON addresses the company's annual news conference in Duesseldorf March 10, 2009. A disappointing outlook from Germany?s E.ON further undermined utilities' shaky status as safe haven investments and sent its shares down more than 10 percent on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY) 
EON/
RTXCKOR 
March 10, 2009 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON poses for photographers before the company's... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Bernotat chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON poses before the company's annual news conference... 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON poses for photographers before the company's annual news conference in Duesseldorf March 10, 2009. A disappointing outlook from Germany?s E.ON further undermined utilities' shaky status as safe haven investments and sent its shares down more than 10 percent on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY) 
EON/
RTXCKOQ 
March 10, 2009 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON poses for photographers before the company's... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Bernotat chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON poses before the company's annual news conference... 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON poses for photographers before the company's annual news conference in Duesseldorf March 10, 2009. A disappointing outlook from Germany?s E.ON further undermined utilities' shaky status as safe haven investments and sent its shares down more than 10 percent on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY) 
EON/
RTXCKOO 
March 10, 2009 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON poses for photographers before the company's... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Bernotat chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON poses before the company's annual news conference... 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON poses for photographers before the company's annual news conference in Duesseldorf March 10, 2009. A disappointing outlook from Germany?s E.ON further undermined utilities' shaky status as safe haven investments and sent its shares down more than 10 percent on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTXCKOD 
March 10, 2009 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON looks through his glasses during the... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON looks through his glasses during the company's... 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON looks through his glasses during the company's annual news conference in Duesseldorf March 10, 2009. A disappointing outlook from Germany?s E.ON further undermined utilities' shaky status as safe haven investments and sent its shares down more than 10 percent on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY) 
EON/
RTXCKO8 
March 10, 2009 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON waits for the company's annual news conference... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON waits for the company's annual news conference... 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON waits for the company's annual news conference to start in Duesseldorf March 10, 2009. A disappointing outlook from Germany?s E.ON further undermined utilities' shaky status as safe haven investments and sent its shares down more than 10 percent on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY) 
EON/
RTXCKNT 
March 10, 2009 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON smiles during the company's annual news... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON smiles during the company's annual news conference... 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON smiles during the company's annual news conference in Duesseldorf March 10, 2009. A disappointing outlook from Germany?s E.ON further undermined utilities' shaky status as safe haven investments and sent its shares down more than 10 percent on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY) 
EON/
RTXCKNR 
March 10, 2009 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON poses for photographers before the company's... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Bernotat chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON poses before the company's annual news conference... 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON poses for photographers before the company's annual news conference in Duesseldorf March 10, 2009. A disappointing outlook from Germany?s E.ON further undermined utilities' shaky status as safe haven investments and sent its shares down more than 10 percent on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY) 
EON/
RTXCKNO 
March 10, 2009 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON arrives for the company's annual news... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON arrives for the company's annual news conference... 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON arrives for the company's annual news conference in Duesseldorf March 10, 2009. A disappointing outlook from Germany?s E.ON further undermined utilities' shaky status as safe haven investments and sent its shares down more than 10 percent on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY) 
EON/
RTXCKNL 
March 10, 2009 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON poses for photographers before the company's... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Bernotat chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON poses before the company's annual news conference... 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON poses for photographers before the company's annual news conference in Duesseldorf March 10, 2009. A disappointing outlook from Germany?s E.ON further undermined utilities' shaky status as safe haven investments and sent its shares down more than 10 percent on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTR201US 
April 30, 2008 
Wulf Bernotat, CEO of the German utility giant E.O.N addresses the annual shareholders meeting in the... 
Essen, Germany 
Bernotat, CEO of the German utility giant E.O.N addresses the annual shareholders meeting 
Wulf Bernotat, CEO of the German utility giant E.O.N addresses the annual shareholders meeting in the Grugahalle in Essen, April 30, 2008. REUTERS/Kirsten Neumann (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTR201UF 
April 30, 2008 
Wulf Bernotat (L), CEO of the German utility giant E.O.N and Ulrich Hartmann, Chairman of the E.ON supervisory... 
Essen, Germany 
Bernotat CEO of the German utility giant E.O.N and Hartmann, Chairman of the E.ON supervisory board attend... 
Wulf Bernotat (L), CEO of the German utility giant E.O.N and Ulrich Hartmann, Chairman of the E.ON supervisory board attend the annual shareholders meeting in the Grugahalle in Essen, April 30, 2008. REUTERS/Kirsten Neumann (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTR201UB 
April 30, 2008 
Wulf Bernotat, CEO of the German utility giant E.O.N attends the annual shareholders meeting in the Grugahalle... 
Essen, Germany 
Bernotat, CEO of the German utility giant E.O.N attends the annual shareholders meeting 
Wulf Bernotat, CEO of the German utility giant E.O.N attends the annual shareholders meeting in the Grugahalle in Essen, April 30, 2008. REUTERS/Kirsten Neumann (GERMANY) 
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April 30, 2008 
Wulf Bernotat, CEO of the German utility giant E.O.N gestures during the annual shareholders meeting... 
Essen, Germany 
Bernotat, CEO of the German utility giant E.O.N gestures during the annual shareholders meeting 
Wulf Bernotat, CEO of the German utility giant E.O.N gestures during the annual shareholders meeting in the Grugahalle in Essen, April 30, 2008. REUTERS/Kirsten Neumann (GERMANY) 
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April 30, 2008 
Wulf Bernotat, CEO of the German utility giant E.O.N gestures during the annual shareholders meeting... 
Essen, Germany 
Bernotat, CEO of the German utility giant E.O.N gestures during the annual shareholders meeting 
Wulf Bernotat, CEO of the German utility giant E.O.N gestures during the annual shareholders meeting in the Grugahalle in Essen, April 30, 2008. REUTERS/Kirsten Neumann (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
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April 30, 2008 
Wulf Bernotat, CEO of the German utility giant E.O.N gestures during the annual shareholders meeting... 
Essen, Germany 
Bernotat, CEO of the German utility giant E.O.N gestures during the annual shareholders meeting 
Wulf Bernotat, CEO of the German utility giant E.O.N gestures during the annual shareholders meeting in the Grugahalle in Essen, April 30, 2008. REUTERS/Kirsten Neumann (GERMANY) 
GERMANY-CARTELORRICE/
RTR1XYF0 
March 06, 2008 
The board of German utility giant E.ON, including chief executive Wulf Bernotat (3rd L) attends the annual... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
The board of German utility giant E.ON attends the annual press conference in Duesseldorf 
The board of German utility giant E.ON, including chief executive Wulf Bernotat (3rd L) attends the annual press conference in Duesseldorf March 6, 2008. Germany's Federal Cartel Office on Wednesday opened legal proceedings against 35 companies it suspects of charging inflated gas prices, a further regulatory swoop to break the power of utility groups. The Bonn-based authority said in a statement it had Germany's four biggest power groups in its sights. It is probing companies belonging to E.ON, RWE, EnBW and Vattenfall Europe.
REUTERS/Kirsten Neumann (GERMANY) 
GERMANY-CARTELORRICE/
RTR1XYEO 
March 06, 2008 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON attends the annual press conference ... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Bernotat chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON attends the annual press conference in Duesseldorf... 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON attends the annual press conference in Duesseldorf March 6, 2008. Germany's Federal Cartel Office on Wednesday opened legal proceedings against 35 companies it suspects of charging inflated gas prices, a further regulatory swoop to break the power of utility groups. The Bonn-based authority said in a statement it had Germany's four biggest power groups in its sights. It is probing companies belonging to E.ON, RWE, EnBW and Vattenfall Europe.
REUTERS/Kirsten Neumann (GERMANY) 
GERMANY-CARTELORRICE/
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March 06, 2008 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON smiles during the annual press conference... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Bernotat chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON attends the annual press conference in Duesseldorf... 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON smiles during the annual press conference in Duesseldorf March 6, 2008. Germany's Federal Cartel Office on Wednesday opened legal proceedings against 35 companies it suspects of charging inflated gas prices, a further regulatory swoop to break the power of utility groups. The Bonn-based authority said in a statement it had Germany's four biggest power groups in its sights. It is probing companies belonging to E.ON, RWE, EnBW and Vattenfall Europe.
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March 06, 2008 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON smiles during the annual press conference... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Bernotat chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON attends the annual press conference in Duesseldorf... 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON smiles during the annual press conference in Duesseldorf March 6, 2008. Germany's Federal Cartel Office on Wednesday opened legal proceedings against 35 companies it suspects of charging inflated gas prices, a further regulatory swoop to break the power of utility groups. The Bonn-based authority said in a statement it had Germany's four biggest power groups in its sights. It is probing companies belonging to E.ON, RWE, EnBW and Vattenfall Europe.
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March 06, 2008 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON smiles during the annual press conference... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Bernotat chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON attends the annual press conference in Duesseldorf... 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON smiles during the annual press conference in Duesseldorf March 6, 2008. Germany's Federal Cartel Office on Wednesday opened legal proceedings against 35 companies it suspects of charging inflated gas prices, a further regulatory swoop to break the power of utility groups. The Bonn-based authority said in a statement it had Germany's four biggest power groups in its sights. It is probing companies belonging to E.ON, RWE, EnBW and Vattenfall Europe.
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March 06, 2008 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON attends the annual press conference ... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Bernotat chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON attends the annual press conference in Duesseldorf... 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON attends the annual press conference in Duesseldorf March 6, 2008. Germany's Federal Cartel Office on Wednesday opened legal proceedings against 35 companies it suspects of charging inflated gas prices, a further regulatory swoop to break the power of utility groups. The Bonn-based authority said in a statement it had Germany's four biggest power groups in its sights. It is probing companies belonging to E.ON, RWE, EnBW and Vattenfall Europe.
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March 06, 2008 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON attens the annual press conference in... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Bernotat chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON attends the annual press conference in Duesseldorf... 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON attens the annual press conference in Duesseldorf March 6, 2008. Germany's Federal Cartel Office on Wednesday opened legal proceedings against 35 companies it suspects of charging inflated gas prices, a further regulatory swoop to break the power of utility groups. The Bonn-based authority said in a statement it had Germany's four biggest power groups in its sights. It is probing companies belonging to E.ON, RWE, EnBW and Vattenfall Europe.
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March 06, 2008 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON gestures during the annual press conference... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Bernotat chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON gestures during the annual press conference... 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON gestures during the annual press conference in Duesseldorf March 6, 2008. Germany's Federal Cartel Office on Wednesday opened legal proceedings against 35 companies it suspects of charging inflated gas prices, a further regulatory swoop to break the power of utility groups. The Bonn-based authority said in a statement it had Germany's four biggest power groups in its sights. It is probing companies belonging to E.ON, RWE, EnBW and Vattenfall Europe.
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March 06, 2008 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON gestures during the annual press conference... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Bernotat chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON gestures during the annual press conference... 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON gestures during the annual press conference in Duesseldorf March 6, 2008. Germany's Federal Cartel Office on Wednesday opened legal proceedings against 35 companies it suspects of charging inflated gas prices, a further regulatory swoop to break the power of utility groups. The Bonn-based authority said in a statement it had Germany's four biggest power groups in its sights. It is probing companies belonging to E.ON, RWE, EnBW and Vattenfall Europe.
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March 06, 2008 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON attens the annual press conference in... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Bernotat chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON attends the annual press conference in Duesseldorf... 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON attens the annual press conference in Duesseldorf March 6, 2008. Germany's Federal Cartel Office on Wednesday opened legal proceedings against 35 companies it suspects of charging inflated gas prices, a further regulatory swoop to break the power of utility groups. The Bonn-based authority said in a statement it had Germany's four biggest power groups in its sights. It is probing companies belonging to E.ON, RWE, EnBW and Vattenfall Europe.
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March 05, 2008 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON, drinks a glass of water after a news... 
Madrid, Spain 
File photo of Bernotat chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON in Madrid 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON, drinks a glass of water after a news conference in Madrid in this April 3, 2007 file photo. Germany's Federal Cartel Office March 5, 2008, opened legal proceedings against 35 companies it suspects of charging inflated gas prices, a further regulatory swoop to break the power of utility groups. The Bonn-based authority said in a statement it had Germany's four biggest power groups in its sights. It is probing companies belonging to E.ON, RWE, EnBW and Vattenfall Europe. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN) 
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October 15, 2007 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel poses with Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of German utility giant E.ON,... 
Wiesbaden, Germany 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel poses with E.ON CEO Bernotat during the St. Petersburg Dialogue in Wiesbaden... 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel poses with Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of German utility giant E.ON, during the German-Russian governmental consultations St. Petersburg Dialogue in Wiesbaden October 15, 2007. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
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