* Next talks with government probably soon * Power chief says consumers may relocate if nuclear goes BERLIN, June 30 (Reuters) - German utility EnBW is hopeful that talks with the government over a planned tax on nuclear power production will take place soon and twin any tax to permission to run plants longer, its chief executive said. Speaking to reporters during an industry meeting in the capital on Wednesday, EnBW CEO Hans-Peter Villis said the next round of talks was on the horizon ...
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