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PowerGen is planning to create a further 150 jobs at its call centre in Nottingham, as well as 70 jobs at its site in Bolton.

PowerGen is to create 100 new jobs at its call centre in Rayleigh, Essex, following a recent decision to close sites in India.

PowerGen is planning to create 450 jobs at call centres in Bedford, Leicester, Nottingham, Rayleigh and Bolton by the end of the year, in order to reduce the level of outsourcing in India.

PowerGen is to relocate 400 retail sales management and enterprise call centre jobs to a new office on the Sherwood Business Park in Nottinghamshire.

PowerGen is looking to set up small-scale wind farms across Yorkshire, and is inviting community groups to propose suitable sites.

PowerGen is to create 150 jobs at its customer service call centres in Nottingham.

PowerGen has agreed terms to acquire Midlands Electricity from Aquila & First Energy for £1.2bn, and expects to make annual cost savings of £50m as the business is combined with its East Midlands Electricity subsidiary.

PowerGen Renewables is to submit plans to build a 40MW wood-fuelled power plant in Lockerbie, with the creation of 70 jobs.

PowerGen is to set up a credit management call centre in India, and the 300 staff will be employed by outsourcing company Vertex.

PowerGen is to invest £120m in renewable energy projects in 2003, including a 40MW wood-burning power station in Lockerbie, wind farms and two hydroelectric plants.

PowerGen has finalised plans to build a £75m windfarm at Scorby Sands off the Norfolk coast by autumn 2004, and the offshore work will be handled by Vestas Celtic Wind Technology.

PowerGen is to create 100 jobs at its customer service centres in Nottingham, and 150 jobs will be created at its Leicester site.

PowerGen Renewables has announced proposals for the development of an offshore wind farm at Portland Harbour in Weymouth.

PowerGen and Abbot have won government approval for the development of a £80m 76MW offshore wind farm at Great Yarmouth, which will include 38 turbines.

PowerGen has dropped plans to sell its £500m combined heat and power business, and will continue to operate the 17 existing generators and build the four currently under construction.

PowerGen is seeking outline planning permission from Tewkesbury Borough Council to build a gas-fired power plant at the DuPont site in Brockworth.

PowerGen has announced plans for the development of a £30m combined heat and power facility at the North Mersey Goods Yard, to provide electricity and steam for the Mersey Docks & Harbour Company and Cargill.

PowerGen is to be acquired by Eon of Germany for £9.6bn, which will give Eon greater access to the energy markets in both the UK and US.

PowerGen is setting up a new business called European Generation Asset Management to operate power stations in continental Europe, and is also forming a joint venture with Andersen Consulting to provide energy advice to large companies.

PowerGen has sold the Rye House power station in Hertfordshire to Scottish Power for £220m.

PowerGen has sold its option to build a 800MW power station in Cologne to the Intergen joint venture between Shell and Bechtel for undisclosed terms, and has also announced a £300m securitisation programme to reduce financing costs.

PowerGen is to open a new call centre at Uddingston near Glasgow next month with the creation of 100 jobs, while a further 40 field sales advisers will be recruited throughout Scotland.

PowerGen has sold the former East Midlands Electricity Security Services Division to a management team for undisclosed terms, and the new Leicester-based business will be called Secure One.

PowerGen is planning to create up to 500 jobs at a new call centre in Wath upon Dearne, near Rotherham, in July.

PowerGen is to create up to 300 customer service jobs in Nottingham over the next year, in order to reach its target of 5m customer accounts by the end of 2002.

PowerGen is acquiring LG&E, the Kentucky-based electricity and gas supplier, for £1.8bn, in its first major move into the US market.

PowerGen is to invest £10m in a 50% stake in the TeleCentric Solutions subsidiary of Affinity Internet, in order to develop new internet products and multi-utility billing.

PowerGen has sold East Midlands Electricity Contracting to ABB for undisclosed terms.

PowerGen is to build a 60MW combined heat and power gas-fired power station in Stoke-on-Trent, in order to supply energy to a Michelin tyre plant.

PowerGen is creating 50 new jobs at its call centre in Nuthall and a further 100 people will be recruited next year, due to rising demand for its gas and electricity supply services.

PowerGen is increasing its stake in Gujarat Torrent, the Indian electricity company, from 28% to 74% at a cost of £159m.

PowerGen has agreed to acquire East Midlands, the regional electricity supplier, for £1.9bn, and is also discussing a possible merger with Houston Industries of the US.

PowerGen is linking up with Siemens to build a £150m centre for the demonstration of combined cycle gas turbine technology at the Cottam power station in Nottinghamshire.

PowerGen is planning to build a gas-fired power station in Lanarkshire in two phases, each with 350MW capacity, creating 700 construction jobs and 35 permanent ones.