E.ON UK Press Releases - March 2008

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E.ON, one of the country's leading power generators, has today announced that it will be one of the entrants to the Government's carbon capture and storage (CCS) competition.

E.ON, the company behind Kingsnorth and Grain power stations, has awarded 17 community groups in the Hoo Peninsula a total of £32,000 in funding from their £100,000 community investment fund.

Two colleagues from E.ON’s Cottam Development Centre and Killingholme Power Station are helping the Air Ambulance to fly high across Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire after raising more than £8,500 during 2007.

E.ON has announced that the team responsible for the operation and maintenance of Robin Rigg offshore wind farm has moved into its new base in the Port of Workington.

Energy company E.ON has given a £20,000 grant under its SOURCE community initiative to cover the cost of installing a carbon neutral biomass boiler at registered charity the Magdalen Project.

An E.ON employee recently decided to get into the sporting spirit by organising a charity football match.

Seven brave employees from E.ON’s retail customer service team recently turned up the heat by taking on the challenge to walk across hot coals to raise money for a local charity.

E.ON has submitted a planning application to build a £60m biomass power station at Blackburn Meadows in Sheffield.