E.ON UK Press Releases - August 2013

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E.ON encourages local customers to find out more about smart meters, which are being fitted for free across Nottingham Nottingham residents have been getting smart about energy at a week-long series of events held by energy provider E.ON at its Open House

Men cite travel delays and women describe health as the biggest cause for feeling like they're not in control of their lives A quarter of UK adults feel like they have no control when they see other people wasting energy E.ON and behavioural expert Judi

E.ON has today (MON) confirmed it is using detailed customer research to develop a new set of promises that will influence its supply activities. It is already applying Ofgem's new ‘standards of conduct' rules but to go a step further it is creating a

As part of E.ON’s ongoing commitment to listen and work with customers on improving its service, the company has today (FRIDAY) announced a series of new measures for its small business (SME) customers.

Eight Milton Keynes residents are set to receive electric cars and controllable at-home charging points as part of the innovative Thinking Energy trial. The trial is being run by E.ON and Milton Keynes Council to develop innovative ways to manage energy use in the home.

As the school holidays continue, new research from energy company E.ON1 shows that almost a half (42%) of parents are preparing multiple evening meals for their family, with the nation collectively wasting almost £213 million a year by running multiple cooking appliances such as ovens, microwaves and hobs2.

Anthony Ainsworth, Sales and Marketing Director of E.ON UK, said: "This is the right thing to do. Over the last few months we've been working hard to make sure we truly understood how people feel about getting so called ‘cold calls' at home and although

E.ON Exploration & Production's (E&P) Tolmount gas discovery in the UK North Sea could contain significantly higher volumes than originally estimated, making it one of the largest discoveries made in this part of the North Sea for several years.

E.ON has today (TUE) announced details of its financial performance for the first six months of 2013. Commenting on the results, Tony Cocker, E.ON UK Chief Executive said: "We are continuing to work hard for our customers, make improvements to service

Schoolchildren across the UK have joined forces with Sherlock Holmes to investigate where electricity comes from and how to be more energy efficient. In E.ON's interactive energy-themed play, ‘Town of Total Darkness', Sherlock Holmes, his sidekick Dr

A group of 10 employees from energy company E.ON donated a total of 70 hours to help clear an area of land at Holgate School in Hucknall. Limited resources and funding had meant it had been difficult to clear the area by the school entrance. But with

E.ON announced yesterday that residents in Leicester can now pop in for face to face energy advice, thanks to the launch of its new customer service hub on the city's high street. The energy company launched its ‘Open House' with an Open House Party in