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October
2017
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12:41
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‘E.ON See’ launched to offer customers a smarter online energy saving solution

Chris Lovatt, Managing Director of E.ON’s Residential business
By offering a simple to use online tool that can help customers better understand their energy use, people can take action to reduce their use and see how changes impact their own energy use over time and also how this compares to similar households’ energy consumption. From smart meters, to solar and battery technology, and innovations like E.ON See, we’re committed to offering our customers a range of smarter, sustainable solutions now and into the longer term.
Chris Lovatt, Managing Director of E.ON’s Residential business

E.ON has launched a new online energy saving solution for its customers called ‘E.ON See’.

The free tool allows customers to easily see how much energy they’re using, how this compares to their previous use, and where they can make changes to help them use less energy and spend less money on their energy bills as a result.

The core benefits of E.ON See include:

  • Helping customers to better understand their household’s energy habits by easily viewing their monthly energy use, broken down by electricity or gas, and exploring how this changes over time;
  • Giving householders a better breakdown of their bill so they can clearly see how much energy they use on heating, hot water, appliances and so on;
  • Enabling users to compare their energy usage to 100 households that are similar to their own;
  • The provision of tailored energy saving tips to help people make informed decisions about where and how they use energy in their homes, and where they can cut back.

Chris Lovatt, Managing Director of E.ON’s Residential business, said: “We’ve offered energy saving advice for many years and we know our customers want to be able to see how much energy they’re using, how much they’re spending, and to see where savings can be made without impacting on their comfort or lifestyle.

“By offering a simple to use online tool that can help customers better understand their energy use, people can take action to reduce their use and see how changes impact their own energy use over time and also how this compares to similar households’ energy consumption.

“From smart meters, to solar and battery technology, and innovations like E.ON See, we’re committed to offering our customers a range of smarter, sustainable solutions now and into the longer term.”

E.ON See is available to any customer who signs up for an online energy account. For more information and to use the tool, visit eonenergy.com.

  • For a limited time, E.ON is offering free cavity wall and loft insulation to all households regardless of their energy supplier1, which could save a typical family £2852 a year. For details about E.ON’s free insulation offer visit eoninstall.com or call E.ON on 0330 400 1083.
  • Customers can also visit eonenergy.com/smart for information about E.ON’s smart meters and to see if they’re able to get one installed. If eligible, they can also book an appointment online.

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Notes to editors

1. Offer subject to applicants agreeing to eligibility check – this information is needed to help manage the scheme and applicants’ data and will not affect whether they are eligible for the measures described in the offer.

The scheme is administered by E.ON Energy Installation Services Limited which reserves the right to withdraw this offer at any time.

E.ON will provide notice to customers on eoninstall.com if offer is withdrawn or amended.

If applicants have a survey booked in during the offer window the offer will be honoured.

This offer is available in mainland Great Britain and excludes housing association or council tenants, flats and maisonettes.

All applications are subject to a home survey by the appointed installer (or company acting on their behalf).

Full Terms and Conditions will be set out in the contract with the appointed installer.

Cavity Wall Insulation- Cavity wall insulation will only be installed on properties with unfilled cavity walls. No costs will be incurred unless stipulated at or during home survey/ risk assessment of property. E.ON shall supply a quotation detailing additional costs prior to acceptance and instruction by the contractor prior to commencement of works.

Lofts- Loft insulation will only be installed in conjunction with a cavity wall being filled and only where there is either less than or equal to 100mm pre-existing insulation (full loft). Lofts will be insulated to a total thickness of 270mm. Loft insulation will not be undertaken unless there is sufficient ventilation to allow air movement both before and after the work.

2. Source: http://www.energysavingtrust.org.uk/home-insulation/cavity-wall and http://www.energysavingtrust.org.uk/home-insulation/roof-and-loft. Figures based on semi-detached gas heated home and are based on fuel prices as of April 2017.

For more information contact:

Jag Bickham, 02476 181 308, jag.bickham@eon-uk.com

Victoria Blake, 02476 181 304, victoria.blake@eonenergy.com

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