E.ON is a global utility company belonging to the UK’s Big Six, or the six major energy suppliers in the country. Headquartered in Essen, Germany, E.ON acquired UK energy firm Powergen back in 2002 and planted its roots in the markt. It now flits between being the 2nd and 3rd largest supplier among the Big Six.
EDF Energy is an integrated energy firm subsidiary to the French state-owned EDF (Electricité de France) belonging to the Big Six energy suppliers in the UK. Created in 2003, it claims to produce the most substantial amount of low-carbon electricity in the industry today.
National gas and electricity firm Bristol Energy has unveiled three new green energy tariffs that could contribute significantly to the city’s net-zero carbon target by 2030.
UK’s energy watchdog Ofgem has singled out three energy companies that will be paying to the regulator’s redress fund of £10.5 million as penalty for the power cuts in large areas of Wales and England on 9 August 2019.
Eon has made drastic measures to stave off the bleeding losses at Npower, with more job cuts and the removal of Npower CEO Paul Coffey from his post after 17 years of service at the firm.
The UK’s heating sector is at the forefront of discussions regarding the country’s target of having a Net-Zero economy by 2050.
The Sustainable Energy Association (SEA) published a report that proposes the development of a regulatory framework on carbon intensity, to impose stricter emission limits per kilowatt-hour of heating provided.