E.ON UK Press Releases - March 2011

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E.ON today welcomed the Government response to the smart metering prospectus consultation as an important step in helping British homes and small businesses to meet their changing energy needs. Graham Bartlett, managing director of E.ON's Energy Solutions

A group of 17 eager E.ON volunteers recently spent a day at Scotholme School in Hyson Green working to give new life to the school's allotment which helps the children to learn about nature and wildlife in the inner city. The team took on the task of

A group of 21 enthusiastic volunteers from E.ON's Energy Solutions team recently spent a day at St Mary's Catholic Primary in Henley-in-Arden to help develop the schools Eco Zone. The volunteers worked to clear and tidy the zone, to dig up weeds and to

E.ON welcomed the news yesterday afternoon (22 March) that it has been granted planning permission to build a new wind farm up to 47.5MW near Garve in the Highlands. The 19 turbine site was granted planning consent by the Highland Council and will have

E.ON today welcomed the Government's announcement on the Renewable Heat Incentive as a vital way to help British homes and businesses take greater control of their energy while also reducing carbon emissions. As one of the country's biggest installers

E.ON has today welcomed the announcement that it has been positioned as a leader among companies delivering sustainable energy services and supply for UK business. The report, by independent analyst firm Verdantix 1 , compared 13 utility companies on

E.ON has agreed to sell its UK electricity power distribution business, Central Networks, to PPL Corporation, Allentown, Pennsylvania (PPL) for £4 billion GBP. In PPL, E.ON has found an experienced and professional partner which is committed to the long-term future of Central Networks.

A group of 15 willing volunteers from E.ON's Kingswinford site recently spent a day transforming the grounds at Castlefort JMI School in Walsall for the children to explore and enjoy. The team laid a path of 100 stepping stones from the main playground