E.ON UK Press Releases - May 2012

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E.ON reveals nearly 90 per cent of UK SMEs do not realise they can make savings and shrink their IT energy footprint through cloud computing Over 1.1 million 1 (86%) SMEs are unaware they can make significant savings on their IT energy footprint by moving

E.ON has today (WED) welcomed the announcement that RWE npower has signed a gross bidding agreement with the N2EX Day Ahead Auction, a move that will help improve transparency and structure in the power markets. E.ON became the first company to sign a

As new research for the Equality and Human Rights Commission finds men hold the majority of boardroom seats in the UK, E.ON announces the appointment of its fourth female director to the E.ON UK Board. The appointment of Sara Vaughan as Director of Strategy

E.ON, one of the UK’s leading renewable generators, will soon begin the second stage consultation process for its proposed Isles wind farm near Newton Aycliffe and is urging the local community to input into its plans.

E.ON has today (TUES) welcomed the publication of the draft Energy Bill and the supporting policy documents that set out proposals for most of the comprehensive measures needed to deliver low carbon and secure energy for Britain, but cautioned that more

As part of its continued support to the Nottingham area, E.ON has today (THURS) announced it will sponsor this year's Nottinghamshire Pride event which takes place on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 July at the Forest Recreation Ground in Nottingham. In celebration

Three quarters of mums face unexpected side-effects of working from home Rising household costs worry for one in seven work-from-home mums E.ON and Mumsnet offering working mums tips and advice on working from home Being able to work from home is a key

E.ON has donated £25,000 to Nottinghamshire Community Foundation (NCF) in order to take advantage of the Government's Community First match opportunity. The fund will become £50,000 with the £1 for £1 match and set up as an endowment called the Acorn

E.ON has today (MON) provided peace of mind to some five million existing domestic customers, by promising not to raise residential prices in 2012, thereby demonstrating its commitment to be fair and transparent. This announcement comes just weeks after

• Over three-quarters of people are ignoring smart meter savings • Over half of Brits praise consumer technology for providing access to more advice and information • Six in ten would reduce energy usage if they could visualise their consumption

• E.ON reveals 2.4 million UK renters missing out on energy efficient savings of up to £400 a year (1) per household Renters across the UK are missing out on savings of over £990 million(2) because their rental properties are lacking basic energy saving