E.ON UK Press Releases - December 2013

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Energy company E.ON has supported the training of over 150 people in parts of the North East, including Newcastle, Durham, Middlesbrough and Morpeth, to help them become 'digital champions', as part of its wider support for digital charity Go On UK. The

Energy company E.ON has been awarded the ‘Best Diversity and Inclusion Recruitment Strategy Award' at the prestigious FIRM Awards in London. This honour recognises companies who have shown exceptional creativity and innovation in the development and delivery

A team of more than 50 volunteers from energy company E.ON have taken part in a challenge to revamp the recreational area at Colwick Woods, Nottingham. With the support of park rangers and the Friends of Colwick Wood group, employees from E.ON's Marketing

Dual fuel (variable) average increase: 3.7% (£48) (1) Electricity only (variable) average increase: 3.7% (£20) (1) Gas only (variable) average increase: 4.6% (£37) (1) E.ON has today announced that from 18 th January 2014 its energy prices for existing

Age UK Mid Mersey, a charity set up to provide practical services for older people in Merseyside, has been awarded a grant of £2,000 from energy company E.ON, to fund a project that encourages people in the local community to use energy wisely. The grant

A charity set up to relieve poverty in Bolton is launching a project that encourages local residents to use energy wisely, after it was awarded a grant of £2,000 from energy company E.ON. Mojo Trust, based in The Quest Centre, Brownlow Way, will run energy

A charity set up to improve the lives of people living and working in the Coventry area is launching a project that encourages residents to use energy wisely, after it was awarded a £2,000 grant from energy company E.ON. Working Actively to Change Hillfields

E.ON UK has today provided details of the savings which will result from the proposed changes announced by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC). While the company will have to take action on bills in the near future due to other rising costs,