Success stories

Marks & Spencer

Can you lose 200 tonnes of CO2 through smarter energy controls?

We worked with Marks & Spencer to achieve 34% energy savings across 550 stores – helping them save money and reach their ambitious carbon reduction targets in the process.

Can you make ice cream out of rubber?

We will turn wasted heat into spending power for Deutsche Gasrußwerke and help neighbouring companies to benefit from low-cost energy.

Gasrußwerke
Binero Group AB

Can you heat a whole town by streaming cat videos?

We partnered with Binero Group AB to develop a unique and sustainable data centre that provides our customers in Vallentuna with one third of the town’s district heating needs.  

Can you redistribute costs into profits?

We worked with a leading logistics company to devise an innovative financing concept to deliver efficient LED lighting, providing better quality light and a better solution for the environment.

Warehousing and logistics
Evonik

Can a chemical company offset carbon equal to a town of 30,000 people?

Our highly-efficient combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) power plant at Evonik’s chemical park has a power generating capacity of 60 MW and a thermal capacity of 100 MW.

How does cutting carbon make headlines?

We help the world’s leading producer of graphic papers achieve annual CO2 savings of 270,000 tonnes.

UPM Plattling

Radisson Blu

We helped Radisson Blu become the first hotel in Europe to implement industrial-sized fuel cell technology.

ACC Liverpool

We installed 925 solar photovoltaic panels on the roof of ACC Liverpool, to help it generate 250,000 kWh of renewable energy every year.

Pilkington Automotive

We helped Pilkington Automotive Deutschland GmbH achieve annual CO2 savings of 1,700 tonnes. 

Blackburn Meadows

We secured a power supply for industrial and commercial businesses by installing one of the first commercial batteries for the UK grid.

FRIATEC

We introduced Europe’s first commercial fuel cell power plant for FRIATEC, with an electrical efficiency of 47%.

Granarolo

We take care of installing, operating and optimising Granarolo’s energy assets.

Goglio

We built, own and operate Golgio’s Daverio plant, generating 30 GWh power and 60 GWh heat and cooling annually.

Promat

We help Promat achieve annual CO2 savings of 6,400 tonnes.

Reckitt Benckiser

We’re partners with Reckitt Benckiser to help reduce their energy costs for several sites all around the world. 

Procter & Gamble

Our innovative solution helped P&G reduce its public water consumption for cooling by up to 50% at its Berlin site.

Oleon

We designed and now operate a new CHP plant with an innovative heat recovery boiler for Oleon’s production site in Belgium.

Latest news

05.12.2019

E.ON digitizes grid information

• Digital solution notably cuts planning time for distributed energy resources
• Information on grid connection available in seconds

Around 800,000 distributed systems producing green energy are already connected to E.ON’s grids in Germany – [...]

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03.12.2019

Almost half of all Europeans believe they are defenceless [...]

• In Germany too, 40 percent of people live in fear of climate change
• Survey shows an urgent need for action at the current UN Climate Change Summit COP 25 in Madrid

43 percent of people, and thus almost half of the population in [...]

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29.11.2019

E.ON moves forward successfully with innogy integration

· Strong third quarter underscores operating business’s strength
· Earnings forecast raised owing to innogy takeover
· Economic net debt higher due to transaction, strong BBB rating target substantiated
· Dividend proposal of €0.46 per share […]

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28.11.2019

E.ON plans construction of biomass power plant at UPM site in Hürth

E.ON is planning to build a biomass power plant on a paper mill site provided by UPM in Hürth. The new plant is designed for an electrical output of 20 megawatts (MW) and a thermal firing capacity of 87 MW. E.ON is planning to […]

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22.11.2019

Essen and Dortmund remain important E.ON locations

The Ruhr metropolises of Essen and Dortmund will remain very important locations for the E.ON Group after the takeover of innogy by E.ON. This was confirmed by the energy company today.

Essen remains the energy capital of Germany and will [...]

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08.11.2019

Lars A. Rosumek to be new head of Communications & Political Affairs

Lars A. Rosumek will be the new head of E.ON’s “Communications & Political Affairs” division. He will join the company in the first quarter of 2020. [...]

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24.10.2019

E.ON successfully concludes € 3.5 billion syndicated credit [...]

Today E.ON signed a new €3.5 billion syndicated credit facility with a term of five years and two options to extend the maturity by one year each. In addition, the volume can be increased by up to €0.75 billion during the lifetime of the [...]

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17.10.2019

E.ON successfully raises further €1.5 billion

• First bond issuance after the takeover of innogy well received by high investor demand

Today, E.ON issued two further bonds of €750 million each. The high level of demand enabled E.ON to secure favorable interest terms across both [...]

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11.10.2019

Attila Kiss becomes CEO of E.ON businesses in Hungary

Attila Kiss, the CEO of E.ON Hungária Zrt. will at the same time fulfill the role of CEO for all businesses and activities of E.ON in Hungary from October 11, 2019, with immediate effect.

Thomas König, member of E.ON SE board and chairman of [...]

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07.10.2019

Keith Haring exhibition at the Museum Folkwang: E.ON makes a [...]

E.ON is continuing its long-standing tradition of art sponsorship in Essen and supporting the Museum Folkwang in the realization of a major exhibition by the famous U.S. artist Keith Haring (1958-1990). From May 29, 2020, the Museum Folkwang [...]

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04.10.2019

E.ON signs framework agreement with MVM Magyar Villamos Művek [...]

E.ON Hungária to optimise its business portfolio through strategic asset swap to secure balanced, robust business operations and accelerate integration of innogy’s Hungarian assets

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