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EON is one of the “big six” energy companies in the United Kingdom with millions of customers up and down the country. As with other energy companies out there, EON has put prices up recently which as caused a backlash in the media. Although energy prices have gone up, EON still remains one of the most popular providers thanks to the array of tariffs they offer.
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E.ON has today launched ‘E.ON See' – a new app that will enable some customers with smart meters to view their electricity and gas use whenever and wherever they are through an easy to use smartphone app1.
E.ON See is being offered to some customers instead of a physical in-home smart energy display when they have a smart meter installed.
The app enables customers to gain greater clarity about their energy use through near-real time information about how much electricity and gas they're using. This can be represented as pounds and pence, kilowatts, or as graphs that show usage over days, weeks and months.
E.ON See also includes a traffic light system which allows customers to easily spot if their energy consumption is higher, lower or in line with usual use. In addition, customers can receive regular alerts to remind them to keep track of how much energy they're using.
Chris Lovatt, Director of Residential Operations at E.ON, said: “We've installed more than three quarters of a million self-reading smart meters in our customers' properties so far. The launch of E.ON See is our next step in helping our customers get more visibility of their energy use than ever before, whether they're at home or not.
“Smart meters already offer a number of benefits for customers, such as helping bring an end to estimated bills. And through innovative solutions like E.ON See, we're making it even easier for our customers to benefit from complete clarity about their energy habits by providing detailed, personalised insights through a convenient and easy to use app.”
E.ON See is being offered to more than 2,000 residential customers as part of its smart meter installations in the North East of England, Yorkshire, Staffordshire and Cheshire. E.ON hopes to offer E.ON [...]
Michael Lewis will be the new CEO of E.ON UK effective April 10. He will succeed Tony Cocker, who has decided to retire from E.ON to pursue a portfolio career at end of July 2017.
Lewis has been CEO of E.ON Climate & Renewables since 2015. He joined E.ON in the United Kingdom in 1993 and has played an instrumental role in expanding E.ON's renewables business. Tony Cocker has worked for E.ON for over 20 years and has been the company's UK CEO since September 2011.
E.ON CEO Johannes Teyssen said: "I'd like to thank Tony Cocker for his outstanding contribution, not only to our UK business but also to our company as a whole. During his time leading our UK business, Tony helped make customer focus part of our DNA. The Management Board wishes Tony and his family all the best for the future."
Tony Cocker said: "Having spent five years in post I decided it was time to take on new challenges and I am personally delighted that Michael is to succeed me. I will, of course, miss my colleagues, as from the very first day I have witnessed firsthand the pride, determination and dedication our team put in to helping customers and striving to improve and innovate."
Karsten Wildberger, E.ON board member, said: "I'm delighted that Michael Lewis will be leading our business and team in the United Kingdom. His wealth of experience will help to continue to accelerate our company's transformation there."
Michael Lewis said: "I am delighted to be appointed to lead E.ON UK and I look forward to joining what I already know to be an excellent team. It is a fascinating time to take on this challenge and a real privilege to follow Tony, who has ensured E.ON UK is leading the change needed to [...]
This week marks the installation of the first of 116 wind turbines at the Rampion Offshore Wind Farm, with the installations set to continue throughout 2017.
The turbines are being installed by a jack up vessel, the MPI Discovery, which will transport the components for eight turbines in each trip from Esbjerg in Denmark to the Rampion site, off the Sussex coast. Weather dependent, each turbine will take around 24 hours to install from initial positioning at each turbine location and jacking of the vessel.
Carrying eight 80 metre towers, eight nacelles and 24 turbine blades, the vessel will install each turbine in turn. First each tower, weighing approximately 200 tonnes, is lifted, positioned and bolted onto each turbine foundation. Next the nacelle, which houses the generator and gearbox, is lifted and fitted onto the tower, and finally the three blades, each measuring 55m in length, are hoisted and connected one at a time. A second vessel, the MPI Adventure, will support the installation from June onwards.
Chris Tomlinson, Development and Stakeholder Manager for the Rampion Offshore Wind Farm, said: “After seven years of planning, development and initial construction, we are especially proud to have reached this major milestone, which will see the Rampion project really begin to take shape. The first turbine is a powerful symbol of the engineering achievement that Rampion and other offshore wind farms represent.
“Since we completed the foundation installation in November, our multi-skilled teams have continued to install the onshore and offshore electrical infrastructure, and have made final preparations for the turbine construction. Over the coming months the 116 turbines will gradually be installed as we work towards the first generation of electricity later in the year.”
During spring, offshore cabling work will continue. An elevated excavator will be [...]
A team of nine apprentices from energy company E.ON will be taking part in the Brathay Apprentice Challenge 2017 and competing to be named Apprentice Team of the Year – with activity commencing to coincide with National Apprenticeship Week.
Now in its sixth year, the annual Brathay Apprentice Challenge 2017 sees teams undertake a series of exciting and interactive work-related challenges to develop new skills and engage with young people and businesses to promote the benefits of apprenticeships.
As part of the challenge the E.ON apprentices will also be presenting to young people at schools, youth groups and careers fairs and sharing their own personal experiences to raise awareness of apprenticeships and encourage others to consider them as an option for their future.
The Apprentices have begun their activity in the community to coincide with National Apprenticeship Week, and will be visiting a number of schools this week to present to pupils in assemblies and take part in careers fairs:
Wednesday 8th March Blessed Robert Sutton Catholic Sports College, Burton-on-Trent - Assembly presentation
Thursday 9th March Apprenticeship Week Fair, Gloucester
Thursday 9th March Ormiston Shelfield Community Academy, Walsall - Careers Fair
Friday 10th March All Saints' Academy, Cheltenham - World of Work event
The team will earn points for the number of people they speak to as part of the challenge, both within the wider community and their own organisation.
The team are also planning to use their skills and expertise within the local community to complete a challenge at a school in the South West by updating the external lighting to help enable the school to become more energy efficient.
Dave Newborough, UK HR Director at E.ON, said: “We're really pleased to be taking part in the Brathay Apprentice Challenge for the first time. Apprenticeships [...]