E.ON UK Press Releases - November 2008

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Thanks to E.ON's SOURCE community fund, the Magdalen Project in Chard, has cut its power bills and carbon emissions. After receiving £20,000 towards the cost of a biomass boiler to heat the community centre, the system is already estimated to have saving

E.ON has welcomed delegates from 50 secondary schools from all over the UK at a special conference designed to give them the opportunity to have their say on the future of energy. The Schools Energy Conference was held at the National College for School

E.ON has today announced it hopes to reduce prices for its customers as soon as it is able next year, as long as wholesale electricity and gas prices continue to fall.

A team from E.ON Energy Services in Sutton Coldfield raised cash, and their heart rates, on a sponsored walk to help raise funds for Oscott Manor special needs school. The walk raised over £300, which has been match-funded by E.ON to double the amount.

People living near the proposed West Ancroft wind farm can now keep up-to-date with all the news on the scheme thanks to a brand new web page on the E.ON website. The new page - at www.eon-uk.com/generation/1644.aspx - will help keep local people informed

Energy company E.ON has given a £17,618 grant under it's SOURCE community initiative towards the cost of installing a solar panel system at Wyburns Primary School in Rayleigh. The cash will go towards the installation of 20 high-efficiency ‘hybrid' photovoltaic

Still time for other local community groups to apply for next round of funding E.ON, the company behind the Kingsnorth and Grain power stations, has awarded over £1,750 of funding to St James Church of England primary school in Grain for a playground

The High Sheriff of Shropshire, Anne Gee, and her husband Ron have visited E.ON's Ironbridge Power Station for a tour of the facility and to find out more about the team's role within the local community. As the theme of her office this year, volunteering

E.ON is due to hold two public exhibitions to provide West Ancroft residents with the opportunity to voice their opinions about the plans for a new wind farm. The exhibition will provide local residents with the chance to see the plans for the site and

The first turbine has been installed at the Robin Rigg offshore wind farm, which is one of the UK's largest renewable schemes. The jack-up barges Sea Energy and the Sea Worker are now on site in the Solway Firth installing the wind turbines. These join

Solution-mining at all eight caverns at E.ON's Holford gas storage facility in Cheshire has begun.