File photo of workers installing 320 square metres of solar panels on the roof of a farmstead barn in Binsham near Landshut March 21, 2012. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle/Files
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Germany's top utilities said they were nearing a deal with the government over funding for storing radioactive waste, denying a media report that said the cost to the firms of the agreement had risen.The country's top four energy groups -- E.ON, RWE, EnBW and Vattenfall -- are in final talks with Berlin to nail down the details of a deal proposed by a government-appointed commission in April.Under the plan, the utilities are to transfer 23.3 billion euros ($26.14 billion) in funds to the state, along with responsibility and liability for storing their nuclear waste.
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