E.ON UK Press Releases - May 2008

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An E.ON employee recently put his best hair forward for charity by getting a 1970s Kevin Keegan-style curly perm.

Up to 20 river barges - some more than a century old, alongside veterans of the Dunkirk rescues - will be gathering off the Kent coastline this weekend for the 100 th Medway Barge Sailing Match. The four classes of river barge, with craft dating back

Electric cars which return unused power to the national grid and technology which can store wind energy under the sea are just two of the projects to be awarded funding from a €60 million (£48 million) research programme from E.ON, one of Europe's leading

E.ON, the company behind the Kingsnorth and Grain power stations, has awarded £1,150 of funding to help establish a new youth club in Grain.

Energy company E.ON has given a £30,000 grant under its new SOURCE community initiative towards the cost of installing wind catchers at one of Hull’s main visitor attractions, The Deep.

Members of the Northwich Rowing Club will be able to continue to enjoy racing on the River Weaver thanks to a £250 donation from energy company E.ON.

Youngsters at Nuneaton Rugby Football Club will be able to enjoy rugby in all kinds of weather thanks to a £250 donation from energy company E.ON.

Netherhall School in Maryport today erected a new wind turbine with the help of a £19,000 grant from energy company E.ON.

More than 60 eager E.ON employees will be leaving the office for the day and getting back to nature to take part in the first National Cares Day on the 16th of May.

A group of seven staff from E.ON’s Energy Services Kingswinford office have donated nearly £140 worth of capital bonds vouchers to the Phoenix Centre, a local charity centre for children with special needs.

Energy company E.ON has given a £30,000 grant under its new SOURCE community initiative towards the cost of installing a renewable energy woodchip boiler at the Slapton Ley Field Centre in Kingsbridge, Devon.

A group of 75 eager E.ON employees will be taking part in the 25th annual Knowle Fun Run on Sunday 11th May to raise money for local Solihull charities.

More than 100 budding young women engineers from across the Midlands have been making a connection with a possible future career, taking part in E.ON UK's first ever Women Into Engineering education programme. A group of 130 students aged between 14 and