E.ON UK Press Releases - March 2015

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Thousands of heat customers can soon expect to be protected by a new industry initiative, marking an important step forward for the maturing district heating sector. At a meeting of key stakeholders, Heat Trust was approved for launch following over two

Energy company E.ON is today (MON) announcing the launch of its brand new schools competition to find the nation's best energy-themed poems. The ‘Powering Poetry' competition forms part of E.ON's broader educational activities, developed to educate children

Over half of parents want to spend more quality time together as a family Over a third say that gadgets have the biggest impact on the amount of time they spend together as a family Almost one in five say their children couldn't go more than two hours

E.ON has today (THURS) announced it is to release Killingholme's 900MW of Transmission Entry Capacity (TEC) to National Grid meaning that the power station will no longer be available to generate in the UK energy market. It has also been made clear that

E.ON has today (WED) provided details of its financial performance in 2014. A combination of factors, including mild weather and improved energy efficiency among customers, has resulted in a £609 million decline in sales compared to the previous year.

E.ON is encouraging the local community to have their say on plans for its proposed Kilmichael Wind Farm located north east of Lochgilphead in Argyll and Bute. The site could feature up to 43 turbines that together could produce up to 150.5 megawatts

Commenting on DECC’s announcement regarding timings for the smart meter rollout, Don Leiper, New Business Director at E.ON , said: “We welcome confirmation from DECC that the go live date for the rollout of smart meters will be April 2016. “Whilst the

Commenting on two reports into customer attitudes towards smart meters - from Smart Energy GB and from DECC's Early Learning Project - Don Leiper, New Business Director at E.ON , said: "It's extremely encouraging that two separate pieces of research show