E.ON UK Press Releases - June 2009

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E.ON's Ironbridge power station is celebrating 40 years of electricity generation this month and, to help mark the occasion, staff welcomed past and present employees as well local dignitaries to join in the festivities. The power station became operational

More than two-thirds of Brits are keen to take on the responsibility for helping loved ones manage their energy use, but only 1% know how to go about this according to a recent survey by E.ON. That’s why E.ON has today (Monday) launched a campaign to make sure friends and families of potentially vulnerable E.ON customers know of how easy it is to pay their energy bills for them.

‘CABLED’, a consortium made up of 10 organisations – including E.ON - has been named as one of the successful winners in the Government’s Ultra Low Carbon Vehicle Demonstrator competition.

Energy company E.ON is taking the next step in its investigations into a new Lincolnshire wind farm by installing a new anemometry mast in Billingborough Fen. The mast will be in place for 24 months and will be used to collect valuable wind speed data

The team at Arkwright Meadows Community Gardens in Nottingham has hosted an open day for E.ON's Ratcliffe on Soar power station to celebrate the support they've given them over the years. Since 2005, teams from Ratcliffe have got their hands dirty by

In an open day hosted by E.ON's Kingsnorth power station, community groups across Kent have had the chance to find out about the history - and future - of local energy. At the event, local parish council members joined Action with Communities in Rural

E.ON has today (WEDS) announced a collaboration between two leading engineering firms to support the company with its bid for a large-scale carbon capture and storage demonstration project in the south east of England.

Leading energy company E.ON is helping Cheshire police keep more people in Holford's farming community safe by providing farmers with warning signs as part of the Knutsford Rural Watch scheme. The warning signs act as a deterrent and remind intruders

Volunteers from E.ON have brought a taste of the safari to Highwood Player School in Bilborough by transforming an outdoor area into a light, bright, reading garden with a difference. The team painted a sunny, safari scene and decorated plant pots with

Swapping the science lab for a power station, top CBeebies show Nina and the Neurons visited E.ON's biomass power station at Steven's Croft, near Lockerbie, to learn all about the hundreds of thermometers and temperature sensors monitoring performance

Blakeley Heath Primary school in Wombourne has been awarded £250 for new sports equipment, thanks to dedicated volunteer Janet Evans and leading energy company E.ON. Janet, an E.ON employee at the company's Tipton office, devotes her days off to helping

E.ON employee Jade Walker has raised more than £800 for Applesborough children's charity Out and About in a parachute jump that saw her dive more than 10,000ft through the air. Jade, who works for E.ON's Central Networks business, raised the money for

Local residents are being invited to learn more about E.ON's plans to build a biomass-fired plant in the Royal Portbury Docks at three public exhibitions. The 150MW proposed Portbury Dock Renewable Energy Plant would generate enough power to supply more