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.
500 Jobs At Risk - Closing Power Station - National Grid Contract Lost - £1.5bn Turnover
E.ON is closing Killingholme power station in North Lincolnshire, with the loss of 50 jobs, after failing to secure a National Grid contract to provide reserve power. The closure will put 500 jobs at risk in the wider supply chain. Coventry headquartered E.ON has a turnover of £1.5bn.
21 May 2015
New South East Wind Farm - 450 New Jobs - £1.3bn Investment
Renewable Energy: 1 Location Gained Industrial Premises: 1 Location Gained Job Gains / Losses: 450 Jobs Gained South East: 450 Jobs Gained | 1 Location Gained Property, Land & Constr.: 450 Jobs Gained Energy & Utilities: 1 Location Gained
E-On, the German energy firm, will create 450 construction jobs as part of a joint venture with The Green Investment Bank. The company is constructing a £1.3bn wind farm off the South East coast and will create the jobs by 2018.