E.ON UK Press Releases - April 2011

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Up to 15,000 homes could benefit from solar power installations costing as little as £99 as part of a scheme being run by E.ON, one of the UK's leading energy companies. Up to £150m is being invested in the SolarExchange scheme which could see those E.ON

1 st Wirksworth Cub Scouts group, based near Matlock, has been awarded a grant of £1,000 from E.ON's Employee Community Fund, courtesy of E.ON employee Andrew Fretter. The grant will be used to fund Global Positioning Systems (GPS) to allow the cubs to

A group of 15 volunteers from E.ON's Sales team recently spent a day brightening up the playground at FitzHerbert Church of England Primary School in Ashbourne, Derbyshire. The team designed and painted a brightly coloured mural of sunshine and flowers

A group of employees from E.ON's Customer Operations team has begun a programme of volunteering at the Ecoworks Brewster Road site in St Ann's where they are hoping to make a big impact on the garden which will be used by vulnerable people from the community.

Down's Syndrome Derby has been awarded a grant from E.ON's Employee Community Fund to support its Speech and Language Therapy programme. The grant of £2,000 will go towards funding speech therapy sessions with a qualified speech therapist to help individuals

A group of enthusiastic volunteers from E.ON's Bedford offices recently spent a day at Queens Park Academy working to give new life to an area of the school's grounds. The team cleared an overgrown area next to the school nature garden so it could be

A team of volunteers from E.ON's Coventry HQ recently took part in an Eco day at The Corley Centre, in Coventry, to help create a nature garden for the students to enjoy and learn about the environment. The 11-strong team worked hard to clear an unused

Underwood Primary School has been awarded a grant of £2,000 from E.ON's Employee Community Fund, courtesy of E.ON employee and parent Suzanne Doxey. The grant has been used to support the school's ‘Plot to Plate' campaign through which each class will