E.ON UK Press Releases - February 2008

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E.ON has welcomed the decision by Energy Minister Malcolm Wicks to give the go ahead for a 22 turbine wind farm near Doncaster.

Six super-fit employees from E.ON recently put on their running shoes to raise funds by completing a 15km run for a Staffordshire children’s charity.

A group of 22 eager volunteers from E.ON’s Commercial B2B team recently spent a day getting back to nature when they helped transform an unused patch of land at St Bartholomew’s Church of England Primary School in Binley.

E.ON, the new name for Powergen, has today (THURSDAY) announced it is to become the fifth major energy supplier to raise prices for its residential customers.

Local children were given a chance to find out more about how renewable energy might be produced in the heart of Sheffield at an exhibition hosted by E.ON.

E.ON has organised a public exhibition to keep local people fully informed of its plans to build a three turbine wind farm in South Yorkshire.

Plans to bring down the Tinsley Towers are ongoing, with discussions continuing between E.ON UK, the Highways Agency, and other interested parties in preparation for an expected spring/summer demolition.