E.ON UK Press Releases - August 2009

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E.ON has today (28 August) submitted a planning application to the Department of Energy and Climate Change for a 150MW biomass-fired energy plant at the Royal Portbury Dock in North Somerset. If granted planning consent, the new development could produce

E.ON, the company building the Holford Gas Storage facility in Byley, has awarded 10 community groups in the local area a total of £59,950 in funding from their community investment fund since its launch in 2006 and is now looking to award even more money.

A group of new apprentices from Midlands based energy company E.ON will be getting their hands dirty when they take part in a week-long team challenge at Pinxton Community Gardens from 17-21 August 2009.

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

Natika-faye Thomas and Hannah Swaby are proof engineering isn't just a job for the boys. They've completed an E.ON course designed to attract new recruits to industry, found their first jobs and been named winner and runner up in the first City &

Whether they are jetting off abroad to avoid Britain’s on-off summer or ‘staycationing’ in the UK, millions of families could find themselves out of pocket by leaving electrical appliances on standby while they are on holiday, according to energy company E.ON.

RWE npower and E.ON UK have today announced the appointment of Alan Raymant as the new Chief Operating Officer for the companies’ nuclear joint venture.

As Brits continue to tighten their purse strings, E.ON has launched of ‘SaveOnline’ which replaces EnergyOnline Extra Saver v14 as E.ON’s cheapest available online energy product1.

Researchers from E.ON and Nottingham University are beginning the first steps to upgrade the pioneering 2016 House project, which will take an inefficient 1930s style property and transform it into a zero carbon home of the future. The house, purpose-built

A group of energetic volunteers from E.ON's Coventry HQ has transformed an outdoor area at Hereward College into a vegetable patch. The 13-strong team, including two teachers and students from the College, donned wellies and spent a day digging, planting

Rough Hay Primary School in Darlaston has had a makeover with a difference after volunteers from Central Networks transformed their playground into a treasure map of colour and activity areas. The volunteers split into three teams to complete the transformation,