E.ON UK Press Releases - February 2012

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Free insulation offer open to anyone claiming Pension Credit; Age UK and E.ON are working together in communities across the UK to provide energy advice and support Age UK Enterprises, the commercial services arm of Age UK, and E.ON are urging those in

E.ON has provided detailed feedback to Ofgem concerning its retail market reform proposals and indicated that it will broadly support the energy regulator's proposals. Ofgem has indicated that its proposals are designed to help make the energy marketplace

E.ON has today said it will examine Ofgem's proposals that are intended to improve liquidity and transparency in the UK energy market and has called on other large players - which extends well beyond the UK's six major players to other significant generating

E.ON asks Mumsnetters for feedback on energy bills One in five mums don't look at their energy bills or even open the envelope A third of mums don't fully understand the information provided by their energy supplier on their bills One in five (18 per

Our Valentine response to the Energy Ombudsman You're right, it's me You're right, it's me, I've done some wrong I've been bad at explaining for far too long I know my words won't be enough And to prove it in actions is going to be tough But I tell you

E.ON, one of the UK’s leading energy companies, has today (MONDAY) launched ‘E.ON Innovation’ – a nationwide challenge to find the next generation of energy products and services.

Don Leiper, Director of New Business at E.ON, welcomed the Government's move to support innovation and help the UK introduce new, smarter technologies into homes and businesses. He said: "Our relationship with energy is changing and technologies like

A new community project providing jobs and training, whilst helping Coventry residents living in fuel poverty, kicks off this week. The Apprentice Energy Assessors scheme is the latest project supporting E.ON's low carbon partnership with Coventry City

Knowsley Council has this week agreed to form a low carbon partnership with energy company E.ON, which will see them work together to promote low carbon energy solutions for local homes and businesses. Councillor Ron Round, Leader of Knowsley Council,

As part of its recently announced Reset Review, E.ON has today (TUESDAY) announced an overhaul of its Direct Debit policy. The move follows feedback from E.ON's 28,000-strong YourSay customer panel, the Independent Customer Council and consumer organisations.

Crompton View Primary School in Bilsthorpe has been awarded a grant of £2,000 from E.ON’s Employee Community Fund, courtesy of E.ON employee Doug Mincher. The award will pay for resources to improve literacy and numeracy in the outdoor learning environment

According to new research from E.ON 1 , nearly half (42%) of us have experienced boiler problems during the winter meaning a staggering 11 million households 2 could be left without heating or hot water in our coldest temperatures. In the midst of the