Two groups from the United States and Singapore have visited Endesa's Irish power stations in recent weeks and are understood to be in negotiations to buy them.
A Korean group is also understood to have viewed the company's Wexford and Kerry power stations, which employ about 115 people, within the past six months.
Endesa paid €450 million in 2009 for four former ESB power stations, including Tarbert in Kerry and Great Island in Wexford, and controls...
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