E.ON UK Press Releases - November 2012

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Responding to the introduction of the Energy Bill in Parliament today Tony Cocker, Chief Executive of E.ON UK, said: “We welcome the publication of the Energy Bill which paves the way for a transformation of the electricity market between now and 2030.

A third (34%) of UK adults may never change their energy supplier A quarter (27%) don't like change in their life E.ON online tool and simpler tariffs make choosing the best deal quick and easy The UK is a nation stuck in its ways - reluctant to change

E.ON has today (TUES) said sorry for incorrectly applying increases in price to some former customers who left the company after price rise announcements in 2008 and 2011. Customers affected have been identified by E.ON and will be sent cheques to refund

*initially communicated at 0005hrs 26th November 2012* E.ON and RWE have today ( Monday 26 th Nov) announced the completion of the sale of Horizon Nuclear Power to Hitachi, Ltd., (TSE: 6501). As previously announced, the total sale value was £696 million.

Responding to the DECC announcement made today , Tony Cocker, Chief Executive of E.ON UK, said: "We've consistently argued that the Energy Bill needs to meet two key considerations; giving customers value from this change and providing a robust basis

Volunteers from a Coventry-based project designed to tackle fuel poverty were on hand to provide energy efficiency tips at an event in Jardine Crescent, Tile Hill, organised by Coventry City Council's neighbourhood action team. Latest figures show almost

Tony Cocker, E.ON UK Chief Executive, said: "As you would expect, we will now look at the detail but our customers don't need to wait for the Government to make many of these changes - we've already made them. Having confidence you are on the best deal

Pupils at St Mary's RC Primary School on Ford Green Road, Stoke, warmly welcomed E.ON's Insulation Challenge when they took time out of the classroom to learn about energy efficiency. Given the task of insulating playhouses, teams of Year Four, Five and

Commenting on the media reports concerning trades in the energy wholesale market, an E.ON spokesman said: "We have in place some of the most stringent training and compliance regimes in the industry and are confident that all of our colleagues always

Young families from around Silverton got creative at a morning of energising arts and crafts activities as part of Energy Counts, a project between Action for Children and E.ON. The energy-themed session was held at Silverton Community Hall, with local

Commenting on the media reports concerning trades in the energy wholesale market an E.ON spokesman said: "We have in place some of the most stringent training and compliance regimes in the industry and are confident that all of our colleagues always act

Fuel poverty charity National Energy Action (NEA) and energy company E.ON have joined forces to launch a new scheme aimed at tackling fuel poverty and unemployment in Exeter by offering free training in energy efficiency for local jobseekers. Exeter,