E.ON

Powergen became E.On in December 2007. E.On group is one of the world’s largest energy companies. It is part of the “Big 6”: The 6 largest suppliers for energy in the UK. It has more than 5 million customers, including domestic, SME and industrial. E.On generates enough electricity for the needs of around 8 million households. E.On is also a big player in leading green generation: E.On owns 21 wind farms located in Cornwall and Northern Ireland. It is developing one of the world’s largest offshore wind farms, in UK waters. Finally, E.On has finished building large biomass power stations at Lockerbie.

Ways to pay your E.On bill:

  • Direct Debit
  • Prepay using card or key
  • Cash
  • Cheque
  • Over the phone

More about E.One Rewards scheme:

E.On Rewards is a scheme where E.On Reward Points are earned and exchanged for either Tesco Clubcard points or high street vouchers. Customers earn upto 1,500 E.On Reward Points per year for simply being a customer of E.On. Points are earned continuously from supply Start Date. Customers must opt in to the scheme and must always go online or call E.On to exchange their points for rewards.

How do you check my E.On Rewards balance?

  • Via your Bill or Statement
  • Via your Online account
  • Via E.On Customer Services

How do you exchange the points?

  • Via your Online account
  • Via E.On Customer Services

Are you eligible for the E.On Rewards scheme?

  • This scheme is available to Dual Fuel or Single Electricity customers who take an E.On product launched on or after 3rd December 2013
  • This scheme is available to customers on all payment methods
  • Points will be valid for 24 months
  • Customers will earn points as long as they remain part of the Rewards scheme
  • Customers that move property can take the points they have earned with them and as long as they remain with E.On, and opted into the scheme, they will continue to add to their Points Balance

 

How does E.On generate electricity?

 

Suppliers’ CO2 emissions in 2012 (electricity generation):

 

Co2 emissions for Eon

Suppliers’ nuclear waste in 2012 (electricity generation):

Nuclear waste from Eon

Sources:

Energy Saving Trust

Electricity Info