Talks are continuing between AES and prospective buyers for its AES Eastern Energy subsidiary even as the coal-fired unit anticipates challenges in making its next debt payment. The unit operates four coal-fired plants totaling 1.17 GW in upstate New York and has about $557 million in debt.

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