How we made going to the cinema dementia friendly

Ladies attending E.ON dementia friendly cinema event
Posted 22/11/2016 by E.ON

Everyday activities can be very challenging for people living with dementia. So in partnership with Alzheimer’s Society and Sky Cinema, we organised a fun day out to the cinema for people living with the condition and their carers, to help raise awareness of the challenges they face.


Why we’re raising awareness about dementia

Our partnership with the Alzheimer's Society
Posted 21/09/2016 by E.ON

Dealing with the diagnosis of a relative with dementia can be a stressful and emotional time.

September is World Alzheimer’s month so we’re going to look at the steps you can take to prepare for the future and how we can help support you with some of those changes.


Could wind help tackle the world’s water shortage?

Windfarm in the desert
Posted 16/09/2016 by E.ON

Impacts of climate change, such as heatwaves, more droughts and erratic storms, threaten to drastically alter the environment and our way of life. With the world’s population likely to increase by 2050 as much as 35%, a hot topic of conversation is water use and conservation – do we have enough water to sustain us all?


How we’re helping schools and parents inspire kids in STEM

Children with thinking caps and lightbulb moments
Posted 09/09/2016 by E.ON

Homework doesn’t have to be boring. Our Energise Anything programme is here to inspire young people to approach STEM subjects – Science, Technology Engineering and Maths – a little bit differently.


How do children imagine the future of energy?

Boy with crystal ball
Posted 02/09/2016 by E.ON

We asked children to visualise how they think we will generate and use energy in the coming years - needless to say, the future looks amazing.


Energy through the ages: how has it changed in the home?

Victorian Kitchen
Posted 10/08/2016 by E.ON

Innovations in energy and technology have made our daily household tasks less backbreaking and time consuming than they were for our parents and grandparents. And now energy in the home is becoming even smarter.


Developing nations that lead the way in renewable energy

Solar panel on home in China
Posted 01/07/2016 by E.ON

Far from being at the fringes of power generation, renewable energy sources are now essential to meeting the challenges of meeting the world’s need for continuous energy, while reducing carbon dioxide emissions. But you may be surprised to hear that it’s developing nations and emerging economies that are making the great leaps forward.


Top tips for an amazing eco-holiday

Rickshaws in Japan
Posted 24/06/2016 by E.ON

As concerns for the environment grow, more and more people choose to embark on sustainable holidays. If you’re planning an escape this summer, here are some eco-friendly getaways to consider.


Forget forgetfulness: Introducing E.ON Touch

Man on smartphone outdoors
Posted 20/05/2016 by E.ON

Want more control over your heating and hot water? E.ON Touch lets you check and set temperatures wherever you are.


Season of storms

Road closed warning sign in the middle of a flooded road - E.ON
Posted 29/02/2016 by E.ON

Desmond, Eva, Gertrude, now Imogen. This year, the UK – and the rest of the world – has experienced an unprecedented amount of storms. E.ON is helping people whose homes have been impacted recent flooding through the E.ON Energy Fund.


Helping vulnerable people over winter

person walking their dog in a park at winter - E.ON
Posted 16/12/2015 by E.ON

At E.ON we’re serious in our commitment to helping customers manage through the winter months. And you can help too. We take a look at how a few small acts can make a big difference as the temperature drops. 


Go ON UK launch in Croydon

Rachel Neaman, Chief Exec of Go ON UK speaking at an event - E.ON
Posted 17/11/2015 by E.ON

Using the internet may be second nature to some, but a whopping 23% of adults reckon they still don’t possess Basic Digital Skills. Go ON UK is dedicated to changing that. We attended the launch of the charity’s latest initiative in Croydon to find out more about how they’re helping both individuals and organisations take advantage of all that the world wide web has to offer.


How we’re teaching STEM in UK schools – October Workshops

laptop with wires at STEM workshop - E.ON
Posted 20/10/2015 by E.ON

In schools, STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths, but really covers everything from Design Technology to Physics. It’s such a big focus for the national curriculum, but employers struggle to fill their STEM positions. Not enough kids go on to university or apprenticeships in STEM subjects or professions, and the result is a shortage of scientists, engineers and computer coders.


Inspiring tomorrow’s scientists, engineers and inventors

Maggie Philbin and school children - E.ON
Posted 22/09/2015 by E.ON

We've teamed up with Technology Journalist and TV Presenter Maggie Philbin to help to make STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) subjects more engaging for young people and improve their employability for the future. Maggie talks to us about her experiences in this area.