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Central Networks was purchased by PPL WEM Holdings plc in April 2011. Central Networks Limited, Central Networks East plc and their affiliated companies are now financially and legally independent from the E.ON group. Please click on the following links to find out more information about Western Power Distribution and its responsibilities with regards to the Midlands (Central Networks) and about the E.ON group.

E.ON Central Networks, which distributes electricity to 10 million people across central England, has been crowned winners at the prestigious Institute of Customer Service Awards collecting the "Customer Satisfaction Innovation of the Year" award. The

Central Networks, the electricity distribution company for central England, is issuing a warning to copper thieves as it rolls SmartWater out across its network. With copper theft on the increase, Central Networks has signed a five year deal with SmartWater,

Central Networks, the electricity distribution company for central England, is hoping Ospreys will return to Rutland Water again this spring after staff gave their support to build nests last autumn. In recent years Central Networks has donated electricity

Central Networks, the electricity distribution company for central England, has issued a safety warning after a live underground cable was attacked with a hacksaw last week. The hacksaw was found lodged in a high voltage cable which crosses the Old Railway

A group of enthusiastic Central Networks volunteers recently spent a day transforming the garden area at Milford Primary School in Clifton, Nottingham. The 21-strong team cleared an unused area of shrubs and fir trees. They built and painted a trellis,

Central Networks, the electricity distribution company for central England, begins its annual helicopter patrols across the county next week as part of its work to inspect some of its 750 primary substations across the Midlands. A helicopter fitted with

Central Networks, the electricity distribution company for central England, is offering a reward of £1,000 for information leading to the prosecution of Lincolnshire thieves who put their lives in danger to steal copper cabling. Earlier this week, on

A farm worker had a lucky escape after part of the machinery he was operating came into contact with overhead power lines on farmland in Wellingborough on Monday. It is thought the vehicle, which had its boom arms raised, came into contact with live 11,000

Central Networks, the electricity distribution company for central England, has revealed that its investigators now believe that vandals were to blame for an explosion at a Nottingham substation that caused thousands of pounds of damage and the loss of

A group of willing Central Networks volunteers recently spent a day creating an outdoor education area at Kegworth Primary School. The 11-strong team from Central Networks' offices in Castle Donington cleared an unused orchard area at the rear of the

Central Networks, the electricity distribution company for central England, has joined forces with DangerSpot Books author Hedley Griffin to produce a picture book which helps educate children about the dangers of electricity in and outside the home.

Central Networks, the electricity distribution company for central England, is carrying out a series of fly-by inspections of overhead power lines across Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. Jim O'Sullivan, Director of Infrastructure Services at Central Networks,

Vandals have been dicing with death by climbing high voltage pylons in Gloucestershire to steal over 9km of Central Networks cable. Following seven attacks in the last two months, Central Networks has upped its reward for information leading to the conviction

Central Networks, the electricity distribution company for central England, is carrying out a series of fly-by inspections of overhead power lines across Leicestershire and Northamptonshire. Jim O'Sullivan, Director of Infrastructure Services at Central

Central Networks, the electricity distribution company for central England, is running a series of eye-in-the-sky helicopter patrols as part of its work to inspect hundreds of substations and towers across Staffordshire, the West Midlands, Worcestershire


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