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Wind Energy

We are a world leader in wind energy
and determined to further expand
our capacities.

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Solar Energy

Our main focus in solar energy is on photovoltaic (PV) systems. We operate 60 MW of PV capacity in Europe and 20 MW in the United States.

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E.ON Connecting Energies

E.ON Connecting Energies serves large commercial customers that have energy-intensive facilities in a number of different locations and countries.

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Distributed Energy

Distributed energy technologies are playing a key role in the transformation of Europe’s energy system.

On-site Solutions

E.ON promotes energy efficiency and climate protection by helping customers produce energy right where they need it.

Facility Locator

Asset Finder

The asset finder enables you to find our power plants around the world.

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Space Heating

Natural gas heat pumps can reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions by up to 30 percent compared with traditional heating systems.

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Electric cars

We’re conducting a variety of projects and activities to help e-mobility go mass market.

Smart Meter

Smart Meters

Smart metering will play a key role in tomorrow’s energy world. We’re helping to make it happen.

Electricity pylon model

Smart Grids

The Group is already examining today different aspects relating to the use of intelligent network technology in many individual projects.

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Distribution Network

We operate a number of large power distribution networks across Europe, connecting power stations to manufacturing facilities and wind farms to homes.

Information

On November 30, 2014, the E.ON SE Supervisory Board unanimously approved a new group strategy for E.ON: “Empowering customers. Shaping markets”. As part of this strategy E.ON combined its conventional generation and global energy trading businesses into a distinct company. Since January 1, 2016 this company is active under the name of Uniper as a wholly-owned subsidiary of E.ON. E.ON plans to spin off the majority of Uniper to E.ON’s shareholders in the second half of 2016. You can find further information on E.ON’s strategy here.

Disclaimer

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