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E.ON comment ahead of National Energy Action’s annual conference

Michael Lewis, E.ON UK’s Chief Executive
E.ON has worked with National Energy Action for many years to deliver important initiatives that help tackle fuel poverty by offering people the advice, tools and services they need to keep themselves warm and healthy. We consider the combating of fuel poverty to be one of the key priorities for the energy industry and are proud to be supporting NEA’s annual conference so we can explore even more ways to work together to help tackle this important issue.
Michael Lewis, E.ON UK’s Chief Executive

Commenting ahead of leading fuel poverty charity National Energy Action’s (NEA’s) annual conference to be held next week in Nottingham, Michael Lewis, E.ON UK’s Chief Executive, said:

“E.ON has worked with National Energy Action for many years to deliver important initiatives that help tackle fuel poverty by offering people the advice, tools and services they need to keep themselves warm and healthy. We consider the combating of fuel poverty to be one of the key priorities for the energy industry and are proud to be supporting NEA’s annual conference so we can explore even more ways to work together to help tackle this important issue.

“We’re currently offering free cavity wall and loft insulation for everyone, regardless of their energy supplier, in an attempt to upgrade our nation’s housing stock and improve the energy efficiency of our homes and this is just one of the many ways in which we’re hoping to boost people’s wellbeing and lower energy bills.”

The 2017 annual NEA conference is sponsored by E.ON and is due to be held at the Nottingham Conference Centre between 11th and 13th September. Over 330 attendees will hear from expert commentators from Government, Ofgem and the energy industry focussing on how they can tackle both decarbonisation of energy and fuel poverty, through better focussing of energy efficiency programmes and other support to low income households to meet the cost of heating their homes.

For find out more or to book a place at National Energy Action’s 2017 conference visit nea.org.uk/conferences-and-seminars/annual-conference-2017/.

For more information about E.ON’s free insulation offer, please visit eoninstall.com or call E.ON on 0330 400 1083.

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For more information contact:

Victoria Blake, 02476 181304 or victoria.blake@eonenergy.com

Jag Bickham 02476 181308 or jag.bickham@eon-uk.com

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