E.ON UK Press Releases - July 2009

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Midlands based energy company E.ON has awarded a grant of over £16,000 to the Swan Bank Mission in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, to carry out an energy makeover of two community areas.

Leading energy company E.ON has awarded a grant of £11,000 to Northop Hall Methodist Church to improve the hall’s energy efficiency and benefit even more local groups.

Energy company E.ON has awarded £6,000 to Chace Community School in the London Borough of Enfield to replace computers in the school’s science laboratories with more energy efficient models.

Over 550 residents are moving into new Eco-Homes officially rated as ‘excellent’(2) thanks to a ground breaking partnership between E.ON and Barratt. Instead of getting gas from the national grid, residents will be supplied by a community heating network which could reduce carbon emissions by up to 25%(3) and cut heating and hot water bills by up to 23%(1).

A group of eager volunteers from E.ON's Connah's Quay Power Station recently went out into the great outdoors to help transform a garden for local children. The team of 12 worked with children and staff at Action for Children's Cornel Clyd House in Connah's

Volunteers from Central Networks, the electricity distribution company for central England, have given a new lease of life to outdoor areas at two Leicestershire schools and the base of charity Mencap. In the project arranged by Leicestershire CARES,

Leading energy company E.ON has submitted an entry for European funding in support of its proposed carbon capture and storage (CCS) development at Kingsnorth in Kent. The company has already been short-listed in the UK Government's competition to demonstrate

Two teams of E.ON volunteers have gone head to head in an Apprentice-style team challenge at Marie Curie Cancer Care shops in Knowle and Shirley. The ‘apprentices' put all of their business skills to the test, finding new ways to increase sales and donating

Energy company E.ON has today welcomed the Government's energy White Paper but stressed that, if the fight against climate change is to be won, the right framework needs to be in place and everyone has to take responsibility for that fight.

E.ON's pioneering Engineering Academy has welcomed a team of power workers from a Mongolian energy company to see the work that goes into training the next generation of UK engineers. Senior staff from the Ulaanbaatar Electricity Distribution Network

Energy company E.ON has awarded £5,264 to the Elizabeth Svendsen Trust for Children and Donkeys for solar powered fencing at the charity's centres in Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham, Sidmouth and Ivybridge. Each centre is home to specially trained donkeys

Leading energy company E.ON has awarded Mencap £1,328 to help fund an energy efficient boiler at their Waverley Hall premises in Kirklees. Once installed, the new boiler system is expected to not only save the charity money on its energy bills but also

E.ON, one of the UK's leading power and gas companies, has announced that it will be taking the next step in its investigations into a potential wind farm in the Humber Estuary by installing an anemometry mast. The mast, used to measure wind speeds and

E.ON has today announced that it will remove the standing charge for its gas prepayment metr customers.

E.ON staff at the isle of Grain in Kent have successfully captured and re-homed 38 fish from the existing station's cooling water forebay during construction works on site. During the development of the new gas-fired Combined Heat and Power station adjacent