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Energy Future Holdings Plan Filed

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Energy Future Holdings (EFH) filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court a Fourth Amended Joint Plan of Reorganization and related Disclosure Statement.

According to the Disclosure Statement, “The EFH Creditor Recovery Pool and the EFIH Creditor Recovery Pool, each as defined in the Plan, generally consist of a combination of EFH stock (that will be exchanged for NextEra Common Stock in the Merger) and Cash. The Merger Agreement and Plan provide that Holders of Unsecured Claims against EFH and EFIH will receive consideration consisting of both EFH stock (that will be exchanged for NextEra Common Stock in the Merger) and Cash, as determined by allocation provisions contained in the Merger Agreement and the Plan.”

The Disclosure Statement continues, “The primary reason for the allocation mechanisms in the Merger Agreement and the Plan is to ensure that the tax law’s requirement for ‘continuity of interest’ is satisfied, both with respect to the Merger and, to the extent applicable, with respect to the Spin-Off. In general, the Debtors anticipate that the majority, and potentially all, of the recovery received by Holders of Unsecured Claims against EFIH will be Cash, while Holders of Unsecured Claims against EFH will receive both EFH stock (that will be exchanged for NextEra Common Stock in the Merger) and Cash.”

In addition, “The EFIH Unsecured Notes Claim are Allowed in an amount equal to the sum of (x)(i) the principal amount outstanding in the amount of $1,568,249,000; (ii) accrued but unpaid prepetition interest in the amount of $81,115,347; (iii) accrued postpetition interest on the principal amount outstanding as of the Petition Date at the Federal Judgment Rate; and (iv) the amount of any other Claims (but in any case excluding any Makewhole Claims) under the EFIH Unsecured Notes or EFIH unsecured Note Indentures, if and to the extent such Claims are Allowed, whether Allowed before, on, or after the EFH Effective Date and (y) the Charging Lien Advance.”

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