E.ON Points of View
How does Exploration & Production secure Europe’s long-term natural gas supply?
Jørgen Kildahl is convinced that E.ON‘s exploration business serves to create future value and growth for the company.
Highly efficient gas-fired power stations are indispensable for climate protection
To Johannes Teyssen, there is no doubt that conventional generation in Europe, though carrying less weight in E.ON’s overall portfolio and embedded in a new market design, still has a future.
Market foreclosure instead of market integration?
Klaus-Dieter Maubach views the envisaged phase shifters at cross-border points between Germany and Poland as another sign of a lack of European cooperation on energy market integration
The energy turnaround must benefit climate protection
Jørgen Kildahl admonishes that the energy turnaround can only serve as a model for other countries, if it is consequently committed to sustainability.
Speaking in Favor of a European Energy Turnaround
Klaus Schäfer is convinced that energy trading is an important element to make huge energy turnaround project a European success.
We are more sustainable than you perhaps think!
Klaus-Dieter Maubach on the importance of sustainability at E.ON.
Let the companies take the lead
Regine Stachelhaus promotes a companies’ pledge to considerably increase the
New power lines for the transformation of the energy system
Klaus-Dieter Maubach explains the fundamental difference between integrated grids and transmission grids
Why competitive markets are successful, but nobody admits it
Jørgen Kildahl counts on the market principle in the energy industry and less political influence.
Electricity flat rate – a dream or soon reality?
Klaus-Dieter Maubach considers a flatrate for electricity a possible model for the future.
Revitalizing the European Emissions Trading Scheme
Johannes Teyssen argues the case for a consistent European framework, the heart of which should be a revitalized European Emissions Trading Scheme.