E.ON UK Press Releases - June 2013

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Age UK Enterprises, the commercial services arm of Charity Age UK, and energy company E.ON have today (MONDAY) announced payouts totalling more than £7.6 million for over 400,000 eligible customers on E.ON’s Age UK Energy tariffs.

• Brits spend 100 hours in the bath and shower each year • Lengthy showers cause arguments in nearly two million households • More than a quarter of UK adults listen to music in the shower, with Rihanna coming top for a shower sing-along

Three council-owned buildings in Ealing - including the Town Hall - are undergoing major energy efficiency upgrades as part of an agreement between energy company E.ON and Ealing Council. The improvements to three buildings; Ealing Town Hall, Perceval

Some of Nottingham's older residents are benefitting from warmer, safer homes thanks to a £7,000 donation from E.ON. The energy company donated the cash to Age UK's Emergency Fund, which is used for urgent repairs to homes of elderly residents across

As part of its commitment to helping communities better manage their energy consumption, energy company E.ON is launching a new fund to support worthwhile causes and is calling on members of the public to submit nominations. Local community centres which

According to latest figures* there were approaching 10,000 unemployed people in Coventry last month. Coventry's Community Energy Fit (CEF) initiative, set up by energy company E.ON and fuel poverty charity National Energy Action, has looked to improve

Mums-to-be gathered at E.ON's Open House, on Nottingham's Lister Gate, for an energy efficiency-themed coffee morning hosted by the energy company. Expectant mums attended the event alongside mummy bloggers and energy experts on Tuesday 21 st May. Held

Almost 200 older residents across Milton Keynes are saving energy and enjoying warmer homes thanks to a partnership between energy company E.ON and Age UK Milton Keynes. Paula Williams from Age UK Milton Keynes worked on the project as an energy efficiency