The 'Elektriciteits Produktiemaatschappij Zuid-Nederland (EPZ), or Electricity Production Company South-Netherlands is the operator of the coal- and nuclear power plants located in Borssele in the Netherlands. Borssele nuclear power plant is the only operational nuclear power plant in the Netherlands. EPZ is 70% owned by Delta and 30% owned by Energy Resources Holding (ERH). ERH was property of several local governments in the Netherlands, but was acquired in 2011 by RWE as part of the deal to take over the Dutch energy company Essent.
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^"Essent 2011: more efficient and more innovative". Essent. 6 March 2012. Retrieved 2 November 2012. In the second half of 2011, Essent concluded the remaining part of the Essent acquisition by RWE; the acquisition of Energy Resources Holding (ERH). ERH owns a 30% share of EPZ, which operates the Borssele nuclear power plant, a hard coal power plant and a number of small wind turbines.