One of the UK’s Big Six energy suppliers, E.ON, has been the subject of criticism and frustration on Twitter. With the platform being open, people tweeting about their bad experience for everyone to see has encouraged more E.ON customers to follow and air out their grievances.
The smart meter roll-out is touted as the solution to skyrocketing energy bills for consumers. While some users are praising the usefulness of these devices in managing energy consumption, plenty of consumers think otherwise.
E.ON has successfully acquired Npower through its parent company Innogy in 2019 and was thought to be a big move in the energy industry. However, along with the acquisition comes controversies that hound each firm involved in the deal.
E.ON has received a lot of complaints over the years, and its Twitter page has seen quite a few angry customers. With the accessibility of this social media platform, consumers have aired their grievances regarding the company, hoping to resolve the issues as soon as possible.
Germany energy company E.ON recently announced that it had completed the buy-out of peer Innogy’s minority shareholders, marking the final step of the breakthrough asset swap with Innogy’s German parent firm RWE.
As a result, E.ON is expecting an imminent delisting of Innogy, which was once the leading energy group in Germany by market cap.
Npower and E.ON, two of the UK’s Big Six suppliers, have cut their ties with the primary trade association of the country’s energy industry. Their reason for this decision is Energy UK’s bourgeoning membership fees that they deem are ‘too steep’ to pay.
In response, Energy UK recognised the increasingly challenging market environment