The greenest places to live in the UK

Posted 06/02/2020 by E.ON

You'd expect rural idylls to be the UK's greenest places to live but a study recently carried out by commercial waste and recycling service, First Mile, has revealed that the big cities are some of the most planet-friendly places to live in the UK.

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What do people think of renewables today?

Posted 10/01/2020 by E.ON

With energy at the heart of the climate crisis and renewable energy key in helping the UK reach its targets to reduce carbon emissions and improve air quality, we wanted to highlight what people think about renewables today.

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Ramping up the UK’s renewable energy future

Posted 07/11/2018 by E.ON

 Discover the story of Rampion - the first wind farm off the UK’s south coast, officially opened November 2018.  

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Fancy a dip in the amazing new world of energy?

man dipping feet in heated outdoor pool
Posted 28/03/2018 by E.ON UK

Through amazing energy innovation we’ve heated an Olympic-sized swimming pool from thin air, using air source heat pumps. This is just one of the many cutting-edge solutions that can help you become more energy efficient…

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Posted 24/07/2017 by admin

How we illuminated the night with daylight

Solar Collaboration - E.ON
Posted 22/06/2017 by E.ON

How do you power a night-time performance with the sun? Armed with our solar battery, a bunch of clappy chappies and a twerking dog, we headed to our glamorous location to find out. The results were electric.

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5 surprising ways big businesses are getting sustainable

Suit with green leaf in pocket
Posted 30/09/2016 by E.ON

From Apple’s new adventure as green energy provider, to a top footballer and his biomass company, we check out some of the more surprising ways a few of the most famous worldwide brands are planning a sustainable future.

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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?

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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.

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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.

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