E.ON UK Press Releases - November 2009

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Energy company E.ON has awarded over £900 to Langley Methodist Hall to install an insulated ceiling to help improve the energy efficiency of the building. The hall near Macclesfield is used every day by various groups from children's groups to social

Energy company E.ON has awarded Tingley Methodist Hall £3,500 to install an insulated ceiling to help improve the energy efficiency of the building. The hall near Wakefield is used every day by various groups from the very young to older members of the

Energy company E.ON has awarded over £6,500 to Elsdon Village Hall Trust to install sheep fleece insulation to keep local people toasty. The hall which serves a small remote village in the Northumberland National Park is currently being renovated. As

E.ON Sustainable Energy is proud to announce that it has received full accreditation as an approved installer for its range* of micro-generation technologies under the Micro-generation Certification Scheme (MCS).

The two companies behind the new Horizon Nuclear Power joint venture, E.ON and RWE, have today (THURS) published their preliminary report on the potential environmental impacts of a new nuclear plant at Oldbury.

The RWE npower/E.ON UK nuclear joint venture, to be known as Horizon Nuclear Power, today welcomed the publication of the Government's draft energy and nuclear National Policy Statements.

E.ON has today confirmed that it has submitted an Outline Solution Bid in order to enter the next stage of the UK Government's carbon capture and storage competition.

RWE npower and E.ON UK have today announced further details of their nuclear joint venture, which is to be called Horizon Nuclear Power.

One of the UK's leading energy companies E.ON has today (4 November) announced plans to build a new wind farm near to Kirkby Lonsdale, on the county border between Lancashire and Cumbria. At around 20 MW the proposed Longfield Tarn wind farm would be

E.ON, one of the UK's leading energy companies, visited The Hundred of Hoo School in Hoo St Werburgh recently with its plugin2engineering programme to attract and inspire the UK's engineers of the future. E.ON representatives visited the school to deliver