E.ON is further expanding its business for decentralized, sustainable energy solutions. To this end, the energy company is focusing on continuing its growth offensive in Berlin.
In response to the current reduction in Russian gas flows to Germany and the associated uncertainties, E.ON considers the German government's decision to declare an alert level to be comprehensible.
Employees from all parts of the E.ON Group have donated more than €350,000 over the last three months for people from Ukraine. E.ON doubled this amount.
The energy transition cannot succeed without a successful heat transition. Against this background, energy company E.ON and Deutsche ErdWärme (DEW) have signed a cooperation agreement for the joint development and implementation of geothermal projects.