E.ON UK Press Releases - October 2009

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E.ON has taken the next step in developing its Humber Gateway offshore wind farm by submitting a planning application to build a new substation on industrial land near Salt End. The substation would connect the proposed wind farm, located approximately

A group of willing volunteers, including board members from E.ON's Retail business, recently spent a day transforming Mencap's Wilford Roots Garden project at Emmanuel School in West Bridgford. Armed with trowels, spades and wheelbarrows, the team spent

A group of 25 keen volunteers from E.ON's Corporate Affairs team spent a day in the great outdoors transforming gardens at Hereward College for disabled students. The overgrown garden area had been somewhere the college had earmarked for wider use but,

Leading energy company E.ON has been touring schools in Nottingham with its plugin2engineering programme to attract and inspire the UK’s engineers of the future.

Energy company E.ON has given a £22,000 grant towards the cost of upgrading the heating system at the Mactaggart Community Leisure Centre on Islay.

E.ON has called for a peaceful protest at Ratcliffe power station this weekend, condemning a Camp for Climate Action film depicting scenes of activists tearing down fencing and wielding sledgehammers and bolt cutters.

The Lord Mayor of Leeds, Judith Elliott, recently visited the Elizabeth Svendsen Trust for Children and Donkeys in Eccup to celebrate the installation of solar powered fencing which was made possible thanks to a £5,264 award from E.ON’s Sustainable Energy Fund.

Energy company E.ON has given a £5,700 grant towards the cost of installing an air source heat pump at Stoneraise Community Primary School in Durdar, Carlisle.

E.ON, one of the UK’s leading electricity and gas suppliers, is looking for winter energy and money saving tips from grandparent and grandchild teams as part of its StayWarm plan designed for the over 60s. The activity supports E.ON’s commitment to helping UK families over this winter period.

E.ON, one of the UK’s leading energy companies, has today (FRIDAY) announced that it has reduced the average bill of its dual fuel product ‘FixOnline 3’ by £191. The reduction follows E.ON’s recent WinterGas launch, and makes FixOnline 3 once again the cheapest dual fuel energy product available on a nationwide basis at national average consumption1

A team of over 90 dedicated volunteers from energy company E.ON’s Retail business recently spent a week in the great outdoors to help transform the gardens at Old Basford Primary School.