UK SIC (2003): 4011 - UK SIC (2007): 35110 - E.ON is a company involved in the generation of electricity through the use of a combination of conventional power stations and renewables assets.
The company employs around 90,000 people worldwide; 12,000 of them being in the UK.
50 Jobs at Risk - Power Station Closure Plans - 12,000 UK Staff
Industrial Premises: 1 Location Lost Job Gains / Losses: 50 Jobs Lost Yorkshire and the Humber: 50 Jobs Lost | 1 Location Lost Energy & Utilities: 50 Jobs Lost | 1 Location Lost
Electricity company E.ON is to pull its gas power station at North Killingholme, Lincolnshire, from the National Grid and could close it altogether, putting 50 jobs at risk. The company employs around 90,000 people worldwide; 12,000 of them being in the UK.
16 Jan 2015
Consolidation of UK businesses - Scheduled Review
E.ON, the energy provider, is taking advantage of a scheduled review to consolidate its advertising and CRM accounts in the UK. The company wants an integrated agency that can handle all of its above-the-line and direct advertising in the UK. MediaCom and Engine, which handle E.ON?s media and digital accounts respectively, are unaffected
03 Dec 2014
Renewable Energy Investment - New Windfarms Planned - Potential New Jobs
Energy company E.ON is planning to build a total of more than 40 wind turbines at two sites in Scotland, Benbrack and Loch Urr. The investment is expected to create employment opportunities. Coventry-headquartered E.On has turnover of £1.5bn and around 1,900 employees.