E.ON UK Press Releases - November 2015

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E.ON has announced the 25 winners of its brand new ‘Powering Poetry’ primary schools competition to find the nation’s best energy-themed poems. The ‘Powering Poetry’ contest forms part of E.ON’s broader educational activities, developed to teach children

Only one in ten people know exactly when their energy bill is due ‘Smart Pay As You Go’ from E.ON allows customers to keep a close eye on their energy costs so they can see how much they’re using and spending whenever, wherever 1 Research released today

E.ON has today (FRI) confirmed that Ironbridge Power Station1 in Shropshire will cease commercial generation at 1430 hours, and will permanently close following 46 years of service.

Pupils from Morven Park Primary School in Kirkby-in-Ashfield have had the opportunity to learn all about energy as part of a special day organised by E.ON. During the day all 500 pupils at the school took part in E.ON’s energy educational programmes.

Turnover and profit fall due to competitive market environment particularly in B2B sector Investment increases due in part to a continued focus on smart meter installations E.ON has today (WED) announced details of its interim financial performance for

Settlement agreed with Ofgem. £7m redress payment to fund small and medium business energy efficiency campaign E.ON has today (MON) apologised to customers for failing to meet its obligation to install advanced electricity meters to b usiness customers.

E.ON has today announced that the Canadian energy company Enbridge has joined the Rampion offshore wind project by acquiring a 24.9 percent interest. Enbridge will become one of three shareholders in Rampion Offshore Wind Limited. E.ON will remain the

E.ON has today (TUESDAY) announced that it has so far given away £1 million worth of support to 1,685 households since it launched the £6 million E.ON Energy Fund in April this year. With winter on its way, E.ON is urging anyone who thinks they may be eligible to get in touch now to help alleviate concerns about their energy bills during the colder months.